Climber finds love on peak

Summit proposal a haze of altitude sickness

Neelu Memon scaled Africa's tallest mountain and now has a ring to show for it.
Neelu Memon Oliver Jennings

Collins 'a victim'

Judith Collins Blogger Cameron Slater says his email stating "Collins is gunning for [SFO boss] Feeley" wasn't a lie but "embellishing is a good word".

Political fork in the road

How you get around Wellington could differ greatly depending on who wins the general election.

Award-winning images on display

War, natural disaster and hope for humanity key themes at World Press Photo exhibition.

Pay it forward

Lani Evans is an entrepreneur motivated not by profit but generosity. It pays, she says.

Pair's perfect timing saves skier

Two men praised as 'Kiwi-style' heroes after saving a man who fell down a slope on Turoa.

Library lending drops, ebook demand soars

Shalanei Taniela Wellingtonians are going online to find their latest reading material, with fewer visiting the city's libraries.

Up close with emergency workers

Wellington is about to get a crash course in dealing with our increasingly severe weather, with hundreds of emergency workers coming to town.

KiwiRail loses $248m

More heat on Collins

Artist Phillip Sisam

Postman Pat meets Van Gogh

A van Gogh-inspired Postman Pat painting bagged the winning prize at the IHC art awards in Wellington.

Results play out like a pub band

Stock market NZX Our economy is the envy of the world, prompting an economist to label it a "rock star". But have NZ's listed companies lived up to this billing?

Death overshadows results

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch's annual financial results release yesterday afternoon was overshadowed by the death of a port worker just 24 hours earlier.

Farmers milking technology

Milk is the go for firm

Lani Evans

Pay it forward

Lani Evans is an entrepreneur motivated not by profit but generosity. It pays, she says.

Dirty politics inquiry?

LABOUR LEADER: David Cunliffe. David Cunliffe calls for a full investigation into the Government's "underhand tactics".

National and friends: The highs and lows

Even before Judith's quitting today, there's been no shortage of hot water for National MPs and their allies to get into.

Beehive Live: Collins' resignation

Hager's hacker


Judith Collins: Career timeline

In light of Judith Collins’ resignation from Cabinet this afternoon, we look back over her time in Parliament. 

A sorry state of affairs

sorry Apologies are easier to swallow when served with sincerity.

No more Mr Nice Guy

John Key won't last forever. At his best he was unbeatable. But time marches on.

Arts help define who we are

Editorial: How to break up a party safely

Editorial | Debate sparks up campaign

Three weeks to go till voting day and weird things have begun to happen.

Vintage reads: The Name of the Rose

book Kylie Thomson of Hamilton City Libraries finds a great novel from not that long ago.

Finding a lost continent

New science shows New Zealand is part of a continent that's 94 per cent underwater.

The Block is a crock

The Disney we don't know


Man in the frame

Film Commission boss Dave Gibson talks about how he got into the business and the future of film.

The Super Geyser that dealt death

	 Waimangu Geyser NZ's fledgling tourism industry was dealt a blow when a Rotorua geyser erupted in 1903, killing four people.

A masterclass in Italian

A mix of traditional and contemporary makes for a fine feast, writes David Burton.

Ripe for the eating

WIN: A $100 voucher to Rata Cafe

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'Chimp' exhibits arty talent

A can-do attitude and a love of skating is propelling a young Wellington artist to early success.

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Into the cricket wilderness

Bruce Martin 12 months ago Bruce Martin was NZ's No 1 test spinner. Roll on 12 months and neither NZ nor the six provinces want him.

Winter continues to brighten

Unwanted at first, Firebirds skipper James Franklin is now an English country and Barbados T20 signing.

Day ready for uphill battle

Shooting end under scrutiny

Eddie Carson

'A despicable, dirty trick'

Owner of horse allegedly pulled up is furious his trust was betrayed by disgraced jockey.

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