Australian woman Liz Walker has written a book to help educate parents and children.
Local organisations help make our neighbourhoods safer - do you know of one that could do with a helping hand?
From the Doctor Who theme tune to a struggling bra, one wife writes out to her husband what she's thinking.
Gwyneth Paltrow opens up to Glamour magazine about her ex, Goop and girl squads.
A lot of people fell in love with Littlie Hare, the baby hare, who ended up being smuggled on a plane to Auckland.
Victoria Beckham has it, Kristen Stewart has it and even Queen Elizabeth is known for it.
The Duchess of Cambridge is set to take over the Queen's patronage at Wimbledon.
Get the relationships right between elements in your garden to maximise efficiency and abundance, writes Bena Denton.
No time to hit the gym? Turns out it's easy to shed calories while you clean.
Some of those "good" items in your kitchen are actually full of chemicals.
If you like a bit of spice with your salad, why not grow your own mustard leaves. Or better yet, allow the plant to flower and collect your own mustard seeds. Grind those seeds and you have yourself some mustard powder as good as you can get from any supermarket.
"Follow your dreams," says the skateboarder who invented the famous catchphrase.
Qualifications count for nothing, if you don't have social skills to match.
Australian schoolgirl refuses to let her new religion initially derail her love for ballet.
Always imagined you'd have kids? Sometimes life just doesn't work out that way - and it's OK.
Kieran Moloney hopes his story of transition from female to male will help challenge some prejudices.
Giving girls traditional boys' names is a hot trend. But where are all the boys with girls' names?
Ladder bombs are the new way to make a splash this summer.
OPINION: Libraries, a place for everyone, offering safe harbour, knowledge, and escape should you need it.
Norwegian woman who hisses at dogs and sleeps in a sink claims she was born in the wrong species.
Stories of road trips, school libraries and a U2 concert bring back warm memories of a lasting friendship.
Ellie Bayliss isn't letting foetal alcohol syndrome stop her following dad into world of triathlons.
The Huffington Post headline read: "Study: iPad Is Most Competent Parent in Households With Toddlers."
What better place to contemplate your own funeral and the future of newspaper journalism than a rented bach in Abel Tasman National Park?
Wondering what 2016 would bring, our skeptical reporter tried a variety of fortune tellers.
"I was sick of reading about white boys and dogs," says 11-year-old on a mission to make a difference.
Esteemed Oxford edition vows to review sentences - such as 'nagging' wife - that show how words are used.
Find out how you can make a difference in your community this year.
Lee Suckling has struggled with his anxiety condition in secret. Until now.
Nigella Lawson charmed Kiwi fans at book signing in her first official appearance during two-day NZ visit.