Where they came from isn't known, but they've made a new home in a Nelson cemetery.
Car park-in puts the handbrake on planned cut for embattled giant hedge.
Pilchards, prawns and peanuts were icing on the cake.
The death of a beloved village resident has led to ambitious commemoration plans.
A New Zealand woman's name is etched in space.
Watching video of "charismatic animals" is a form of stress relief. That's how April and her baby boy captured our imaginations.
Technician bolts from scene as copper rains down from power lines after transformer blew in Taranaki.
Street art of unscrewed garbage-filled crayfish too gross for some who say they should have been consulted.
Crack out the gold bikinis and "cinnamon bun" hair for record-breaking celebration of Star Wars' first princess.
"Somebody's already suggested it could be leprechauns but I don't think they eat snails."
The recent deluge of rain mean Michael Dennis faces raw sewage on his driveway.
One of the last 11 Bristol 170 Freighters is to leave the country bound for the United Kingdom.
Jill Galey admits that her collection of jewellery made from human hair is a bit "weird".
A rare lunar rainbow, or moonbow, was spotted over the central North Island on Friday.
Bad crop halts some potato chip sales. Panic ensues, with stocks selling out, and people offering $16 a bag.
A woman's unsettling discovery - a gigantic sticky veil where people are supposed to evacuate in a tsunami.
You can't put lipstick on a pig, but sunglasses on a possum may just win you a prize.
A Helen Clark painting consigned to landfill fetches $1840 on Trade Me.
Racing NSW floats ambitious plan to bring the sport of kings to Sydney's streets.
When Osten took his girlfriend down to the woods, they weren't joined by a teddy bear.
Good Friday not so good for person whose mattresses ended up on SH1 north of Wellington.
A stuffed and framed kiwi has been the subject of a comedic standoff between a rural "republic" and a local council.
A Timaru man got a lot more than he bargained for after planting a single pumpkin seed in his garden.
The fridge is stocked, the taps are primed, the bar is clean, the kitchen is open - you just can't buy a beer.
"Someone has held onto this receipt for more than 50 years, it has to be special. I mean, I've heard of having moths in your wallet but come on ..."
We now know how many Kiwis like sleeping nude, and how many don't wash socks after one use.
A 21-year-old car's value may have increased by $85,000 simply because the owner lost the keys.
It had lived in an Australian drug lab, but faced a long struggle to wean off the meth.
A letter arrived more than two years after it was sent from Perth to Taranaki.
Ramen sprinkled with crickets, grasshoppers and silkworms is a hit in Japan.