Scott Watson allowed to talk to a journalist after 17 years behind bars...more soon

Is bread killing our native birds? gallery

A tui feeds on nectar from a flax flower.

9:24 AM  Think you're being nice when you throw the birds your leftover crumbs? Well...

Embracing apartment living

The North Apartment developement in Grey Lynn.

Are you downsizing amid rising house prices? Check out these ingenious space-saving solutions.

Auckland & capital gains tax

Research by CoreLogic shows the new property gains tax may affect a high percentage of Auckland house sales.

9:11 AM  A high percentage of Auckland's housing stock is resold after less than five years of ownership.

Neighbourly turns one

Neighbourly is celebrating its first birthday. After launching in June 2014, it has grown to a membership of more than 125,000 households across 1700 neighbourhoods.

The balloons are up. The cheerios and rainbow bread are ready - is turning one.

My hoarder dad's house

My father's hoarding had progressed to the meta-status constituting of a collection of collections (file photo).

Antique tools, postcards, spoons, bubble wrap, bird's nests, animal skulls ... is there anything he didn't collect?

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house of the week

House build "a long journey, but worth it"

Craig and Rowena Douglas's home sits on a 2500-square-metre block in a semi-rural subdivision in Lincoln.

What do you do if several companies behind the house you are planning go belly up? Take on the project yourself.

House of the week: Kapiti Coast gallery

A Te Horo bach is the ultimate stress-buster for a Wellington city apartment-dweller.

Black walls bring the wow factor

Living the dream in West Auckland gallery

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