Too busy to enjoy a holiday? Never mind, you can send your stuffed animal instead.
A four-seated cycle turned heads on Thursday in Invercargill.
Australian basketball team forced to surrender homemade t-shirt cannon to police, after it was deemed a category B weapon.
Ever wanted to know what taxi drivers have to put up with? Well, this firm has you sorted.
Nissan markets X-Trail crossover by creating a seven-seat bobsleigh. Nobody's sure why.
Intriguing remains of a sea creature found bobbing in surf have been identified.
Not only does this cat have a job, she just got promoted.
A truck carrying 20 tonnes of cheese has crashed, cutting off a section of a major Australian road.
Online sale for a cheeseburger started as cheesy joke.
A 450 tonne underwater restaurant is leaving New Plymouth for a spot in the Indian Ocean.
Inspired by the invincible insects, scientists built a machine to navigate through rubble to find survivors after natural disasters or bombings.
Massive parking fail sees car wedged vertically in a Wellington culvert.
It's a special relationship. Groom chooses KFC over naked pics for wedding photo.
Chelsea Winter is known for her easy cooking recipes, but some cooks haven't quite got the knack.
Have you ever stepped onto the wrong flight? Apparently it's easy to do.
If you can read this message, it's because your brain is doing some "incredible" decoding.
There's a wool thief in the Hamilton east area.
He made headlines when he crushed a metal bucket bare-pawed. Now he's back - has he been working out?
A broken guitar and a destroyed pot-luck dinner are among Kevin's alleged crimes.
The modern wildebeest had a weird cousin far up the family tree whose bizarre nose gave it powers of communication.
Impaled dolls' heads, body parts, Darth Vader - there's no white picket fence for these Aucklanders.
If you are going to rob a photo booth, a mask might be a good idea.
They don't have laser beams attached to their heads, but these sharks are living in an active volcano.
If you're looking for a fan to help you get through a muggy February, you're fresh out of luck.
Italian court lets man off the hook for feeling up employees after determining he just has an "immature sense of humour".
A car hit scaffolding causing damage to parked vehicles and the search is on for the culprit.
It's not every day a ceramic parrot saves a life, but it happened in the 1880s.
A viral tale of a mysterious man feeding chips to seagulls at a Melbourne train station has mystified Australia.
A lot of people fell in love with Littlie Hare, the baby hare, who ended up being smuggled on a plane to Auckland.
"If you called a Kiwi an Australian you are very lucky he was a disciplined police officer,'' judge says after Kiwi cop was abused.