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She's well and truly conquered Instagram and now the girl with the most famous rear in the biz gets glam.
It's not easy, but sometimes you've gotta do what you've gotta do.
Young Mateo is desperate for dinner-time cupcakes and will say anything he can to get his hands on them.
And what she can teach us about life (hint: there's a lot).
They think they're one person, have had surgery to look more similar and even share boyfriends.
A couple has had their dream of starting a family come true - in spades.
While some cling to the idea that early cohabitation has a part to play in divorce, a new study reveals the truth.
One woman opens up about the experience we often keep to ourselves.
After cutting her honeymoon short, cancer sufferer Vivan Waller has checked herself into an Auckland Hospice.
"I can't imagine how confusing it must be to feel you're not in the right skin."
OPINION: Megan Nicol Reed revisits the rules of modern manners.
On International Women's Day, we look at what drives Kiwi women - and talk to some of those leading the way.
Beyonce shows off her shiny stuff; Swift freaks us out & Minaj proves she's the master of disguises.
Meet Lammily. She's modelled on the average-sized woman and she's fabulous.
In China public displays of emotion are frowned upon - even at home between family.
Apparently women start to think more kindly about their appearance as they age, agree?
One morning I returned home half an hour after having left. Baby and nanny were nowhere to be seen.
Our brains only let us have 150 personal relationships, so how do we choose who to keep?
Rihanna, Warnie & M-Rod live dangerously while Biebs, Lorde and the 'Dashians are, well, themselves.
From afar they look like glamorous, big women, but they're actually men covered in rubber.
Gold medallist Mikaela Shriffrin will be on the cover of Sports Illustrated with not an ounce of flesh on display.
Read this if you drag your knuckles thinking "work sucks".
If you think these shoots are sexy or glamorous, you are dead wrong.
OPINION: Teaching affirmative consent benefits everyone: one can't give it if asleep, unconscious, incapacitated.
Weird people hang out, stars strip off in strange conditions and bad teeth are on show.
Too busy to pick up a paintbrush? You can turn your photos into sketches.
OPINION: Stick a lady on it and you'll shift more cars/
beers/timber than a feminist can shake an angry stick at.
There's an idea that everyone with a disability wants to appear as non-disabled as possible - it's not true.
OPINION: Most guys might not be bad, but it takes more than 'not being bad' to be good.
Catherine Tidd was 31 when she lost her husband in a motorcycle accident.
Surprise friends, hidden talents and plain awesomeness in this week's celeb Twitter and Instagram snaps.
OPINION: Cracked nipples, sleepless nights, terrible twos. Ok. Just please no, spare me the nits.
The shorthand for hugs and kisses has plenty of history behind it.
These days we're all about connecting with others, so have we lost the ability to enjoy solitude?
Two 100-year-old BFFs talk Bieber, twerking, selfies & North West.
Just when you thought you might have seen your last duckface in an inappropriate setting, this doozy turns up.
It felt so good, until an overdose almost killed me.
A-listers make some weird decisions and share rather intimate moments with the world this week.
Catholic mother who inspired a movie has talked forgiveness with Pope Francis.
OPINION: I can admit now that my CD collection was assembled to impress women.
Get out the tissues folks as this Thai ad based on a true story is serenely sentimental.
When you launch a successful skin-art festival you just have to walk the talk.
First borns turn into leaders, middle children into negotiators and last borns challengers of authority.
It sounds like a film script: twins separated at birth grow up in different continents and find each other online.
Listen up toy companies, 7-year-old Charlotte Benjamin's about to school you.
Some celebrities share true social media gems, while others just try to show off.
OPINION: Megan Nicol Reed's summer days, as summer was meant to be.
Here's a challenge. At some point today revel in a little wonder.
New year to bring "fire issues," and those born in a horse year are urged to lie low.
It seems there's a demographic that isn't always better off in a 'welfare nirvana'.
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