The top 10 most popular stories on Stuff last week ranged from the disappearance of a Russian passenger jet, to the evils of broccoli, and a controversial breastfeeding cover for Time magazine.
The crash of a new, Russian-made jetliner into a jagged, Indonesian volcano during a flight to impress potential buyers leaves 45 dead.
A remarkable eight-year-old girl went to the aid of those injured in the horror road crash near Tongariro that left three Boston University students dead.
Police investigate the death of a woman found dead in her Richmond home, while a man's body is discovered on a Timaru street.
Dieters are often made to feel bad about their pursuit of skinniness, but why shouldn't we celebrate it, asks Venice A Fulton, author of the controversial e-book, Six Weeks to OMG.
The Commerce Commission is considering a complaint that Countdown supermarkets may be misleading shoppers with false "specials" prices.
An Army nurse showed no alarm or discomfort before suddenly collapsing during a Skype video chat with his wife, who saw a bullet hole in a closet behind him, his family said.
Mike Watane had plans and savings when he was a kid. He wanted to go around the world.
A swarm of earthquakes rattled the South Island but seismologists don't believe there is any cause for alarm.
A mystery medical professional in Southland is pulling an "extraordinary" $830,000 salary.
A startling Time magazine cover image of a mother breastfeeding her three-year-old son has sparked debate about the technique known as attachment parenting.
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