Keeping it unique is the name of the game says antique shop owner Ray.
This gardener got a bit of surprise when her plant started growing and didn't stop.
She got the chance to say goodbye to her moggy because the pound still had it in the freezer.
The dark side of the moon walk needed a solution and Hugh McCarroll had one.
Huge haul of garden gnomes found in Hawke's Bay home has been linked to meth dealing.
He's climbed Mt Taranaki 743 times and collected a bag full of junk on each trip.
Top cow-cannabis caption submission blazes through the opposition.
Auckland drivers got a surprise as Mtundu the giraffe hit the road.
Ravaged, skiied on and smashed: How playing with fruit became more profitable than selling them.
Instead of going into the meat works quietly, this steer attacked the driver dropping it off.
Small-town eatery in France that usually serves tradesmen accidentally awarded Michelin star.
"There's plenty of room for activities."
Did you know sewing was trendy?
Too saucy for some residents, a former councillor purchased the Bull's billboard.
Forget mince and cheese - try a Kiwi-Kazakh chicken and potato pie in Glendene.
'There in the incoming tide, was a loader.'
Large group of people named Shirley meet for a cuppa in Central Otago.
Rose-adorned sheep to declare love on Valentines? Just another job for animal management.
Add cheese to your banana salad - and other tips from the 1950s Kapi-Mana News.
Home decor on a seriously great yet super tiny scale.
No golf, gardening or bowls: It's off to the world's trouble spots for retired backpacking Aucklander.
Crown Lynn is not just for your nana - millennials are very keen on the Kiwi classic too, museum curator says.
A portaloo fell from from a truck and hit a car in Central Otago on Tuesday.
A hedgehog, suspected of drunkenness with a yoghurt pottle on its head, has been given a stern talking to.
The temperature started to rise at a city strip club but not for the reasons you might think.
It began as a schoolboy but the bottle collecting bug has lasted decades for one man.
About 500 people in China will have quite some zooming in to do after they reunited for a Lunar New Year photo.
His wife left him after a glitch in the app revealed evidence she wasn't his only love.
Water monsters, mystical reptiles, creatures that haunted the land: Tony Healy has spent much of his life investigating.
Donation from quake-trapped KiwiRail train to community kitchen goes from fancy foods to vegan contraceptives.