A Lithuanian goat named Demyte has been named "most glamorous". Yes you read that right.
Giant rabbits, dwarf rabbits, floppy-eared rabbits and fluffy rabbits have featured in the North Island's biggest-ever bunny show.
Some 30 people in the US have been treated for burns after attending a motivational seminar.
NZ has some strange crimes, such as bill sticking, peeping and peering, and excreting in public.
Things cats love: Mice, balls of yarn... and cherries?
Facebook says Nelson jewellers' ad is "sexually suggestive". We can't see it, either.
Alicia Amira has quite literally turned herself into a Barbie girl.
Framed carpet showing naked Prime Minister could be just what you need to break the ice at your next dinner party.
All those red, brown and grey wrigglers are a sure sign of a healthy patch.
The first choices were too boring so Blenheim subdivision now has Mustang Alley and Spitfire Drive.
One woman in the US makes cakes that may turn you off all cakes for good.
Swedish footballer slams "crappy judgment" by referee after being sent off for "unsportsmanlike behaviour".
Kitten wedged in a wall, dog in a roof? Fire Service reveals its daftest callouts.
The chances of finding one double yolker is about 1000-1. This is eggsponentially rare.
People dress as Austin Powers, Mr Bean, and even footballer Jamie Vardy. Is it all as tragic as it sounds?
French teen burns himself and two others with a flare he smuggled into a Euro 2016 game.
A vegetable has become a Finnish folk hero after correctly predicting Euro 2016 results.
A trio of lads from Waiuku put their Kiwi ingenuity to the test by taking a caravan out for a spot of sea fishing.
Something weird seems to be happening in the heavens, but is it really so unexpected?
Men are looking absolutely miserable at the mall, and it's said to be a "global epidemic".
Unless it's pizzas or cookie-wielding girl guides, this is another reason never to open the front door.
Meat and chocolate together at last. But what do people make of it?
"With so many coming in now, there needs to be a process to deal with them," beachgoers say.
Who stole Nacho, Pixie and Peanut?
Finally, definitive proof of extraterrestrial activity? Or simply drones, lanterns, reflections or stars?
Orphan lamb taken into police custody in Western Australia.
Hundreds of Kiwis are getting calls and legal threats from scammers over "unpaid tax" probes.
Another mysterious sighting reported in NZ skies but explanations remain unconvincing.
Book fair customer was about to leave her number but thought, 'what's the point?'
The engineer forgot to close the gates. So the renegade Russian robot went on a "little adventure".