Therapy has made me feel happy, sad, frustrated, angry. It's also made me softer, kinder, more open.
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"If you had of told me 15 years ago that I'd be living on a farm in Taranaki and teaching I would have laughed."
Their children all battled cancer. Now these Canterbury mothers have teamed up to help those still fighting.
The Germans would call it Skagerrak, but we immortsalise it as Jutland; the largest surface battle in history.
Do they eat the airplane food? What happens if someone dies? We ask the questions you've always wanted to.
OPINION: The Budget offered Auckland nothing in the way of vision or hope.
What happens when families wait years for their loved ones to return?
The closer the relationship, the greater the chances that it's burrowed deep into your psyche- so do you have to forget it to get over it?
Offering homeless people $5000 to leave Auckland shows how smug and slack the Government has become.
The empty parking lots, the 80s architecture, the slow decay, the empty storefronts. Is this our secret shame?
Woman's motel room death prompts call for senior racing industry investigator's resignation.
Southern China's Flower City is a vibrant metropolis with a culturally diverse population.
One moment Annie Tausi was dancing and running a class. The next she was on the ground.
His father was killed, then his mentor. But this high school senior keeps striving.
Little kids are surfing, tramping and snowboarding in a new parenting trend pushing children to the adventure limits.
Would you turn you loved one's ashes into a diamond?
Coastal erosion has eaten away roads, car parks and houses, satellite images show – and it will only get worse.
Stacey Kirk leads you on a waltz around the pre-Budget bluster.
The aunt of Kim Jong Un opens up on living the American Dream, 18 years after defecting.
They're as Kiwi as L&P and jandals, but how much do you know about the characters behind the Exponents' songs?
A look back at a race littered with spilt milk, bricks, controversy, death and Kiwis as the Indy 500 turns 100.
OPINION: Helen Clark has a few obstacles in her way before she can become the head of the United Nations.
OPINION: Hundreds of people trooped past our house, peering into our front window and even taking snaps of our dog.
Never mind Dexter, there's a new blood spatter expert on the scene.
In a massive weekend of sport in the US with the NBA playoffs and 100th running of the Indy 500 it's oddly two Kiwis taking centre stage.
Drew Webb was an outstanding young man, but had a horrible secret that let to a long jail stretch at only 20.
Olympic Chef de Mission Rob Waddell on Rio's troubles, an old rivalry and that sailing choke
Time is running out for about 400 rusting relics dumped on an airbase during a war 42 years ago.
Lecretia Seales lost her battle for life but a year after her death, her husband Matt Vickers continues the fight for the right to die.