For more than 30 years, the most glamorous in NZ was a fashion show sponsored by a cigarette company.
They were once the pride of our air fleet. Now they lie scattered in far-flung corners of the world, dilapidated, forgotten.
Special feature: Coming home to a town that drowned.
OPINION: Fyre is not the first festival to put the fear of God into fans. I survived Soundwave 2010. No really, I did.
The story of 41-year-old Wladimir Klitschko's incredible career is about to be written. His eyes show it.
Otto Warmbier is in a labour camp in North Korea. His parents don't know "if he still exists".
Man who begs to shine boxer's Louis Vuitton shoes is handsomely rewarded.
They're all alcoholic, slim, far-right, "cheese-eating surrender monkeys". Right? Wrong.
The first woman PM says NZ needs to take a "blowtorch" to middle class welfare.
Murray McCully's been the NZ Government's international face for almost nine years - but he's a (very) private man.
In a remote forest by the ocean, Joshua Kauta is engrossed in pig guts and antique literature.
The King of Pop died straining on the toilet - and you could too, if you're not careful.
The Irish comic on why Kaikoura has a special place in his heart.
Kiwis get less lonely as they age - to a point. Loneliness spikes after 75, and in a rather forlorn form.
They're a dying breed, But while the DVD stores may be down, they are certainly not out...yet.
The wooden shelter at Nelson's Hinemoa Croquet Club is usually a sun shelter. For the past month, it has been Athol Turner's home.
The city's been rocked to its core after a broken marriage ended in death. So where did it all go wrong?
There's a growing groundswell of consumers rebelling against the fast fashion shopping model.
OPINION: I cope with a slow winter by going on the benefit, but it's no easy task.
Dutch resistance fighter Dora Suuring used her chemistry skills to forge documents that would save scores of Jewish lives, writes Bess Manson.
Traffic jams, crowded classrooms and a housing crisis. It's all because of immigration, right?
The things you do in your 20s will set you up for the rest of your life.
You don't arrive in Waimate by chance. It's not on the way anywhere, yet it's my sort of town.
OPINION: To complain about peace protesters laying a wreath on Anzac Day is to miss the point of what protest is all about.
Putting off today what you started yesterday is the only way to live a fulfilled life.
Leave the trappings of civilisation behind, relax and drink wine – that's the mantra at Canterbury's latest glass pod in the Waipara Valley.
It helps to have a people-mover in Onehunga: the two-tone Toyota Ipsum (1995-2001 models only, please) is de rigueur.
"We're not able to do this as a couple. A whole band of scientists has to come along and join the party."
The news from the Reef is catastrophic after two summers of coral bleaching. So how can tourists help?
Grim novels like The Handmaid's Tale may seem to be roadmaps for the modern world, but perhaps that's missing the point.