Tired of her neighbour's bigoted comments, a woman decided to send her a strong, visual message.
Judith Collins had something special in mind when visiting Invercargill - a photo with a prisoner's sculpture of Paul Henry.
A British man aiming to be the first person to swim across the Atlantic said he is grappling with sharks and jellyfish stings.
Swears, drug taking and a 2 minute long cartoon orgy? Sure, that's fine for kids.
Nighthawk, Falcon, Phoenix and Banshee are just some of the chairs Tracy Kirkley is now selling to gamers.
It's rare that the kids get to play in their own backyard - thanks to neighbour's 26 "poorly managed" beehives.
A beaver let a US store know what he thought of their artificial Christmas trees.
"Why are spiders bad at driving? Cause they always spin out."
This is what millions of sardines swimming off the US coast looks like.
A hipster Nativity scene is selling fast. Could it make Christianity cool again?
At least 15 men have had their scrota injected this year.
Workers dug up a Florida city street to free a 400kg manatee that was stuck in a drain pipe.
New owners for "creepy" Catholic girls' home Marycrest, beside SH1.
Young scientists say plastic parking tickets are polluting beaches - but council says changing is too costly.
Delivery driver demonstrates a unique way of unloading freight carrying trike without getting off his vehicle.
It all started with a Christmas tree that left holes in the bricks and cracks in the walls of Barney Singh's west Auckland home.
It's New Zealand's longest serving mayor on a scooter. And for some reasons tens of thousands of people want to watch it.
When thieves broke into the town hall and stole the TV, one of them left a unique calling card behind.
Don't let your creative thinking skills go to waste. Solve this puzzler and NASA could just reward you with $42,000.
Prisoner immortalises Corrections Minister Judith Collins and Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt in papier-mâché.
US man fights for treatment after poorly-done hot shave causes horrifying skin condition.
Rats are running rampant in an historic Auckland suburb, after two years of a rodent mating free-for-all.
"There's no backing out now. Rain or shine, it is on."
Courtenay Place Christmas tree will again be protected from festive revellers.
Look closely at Murray Short's picture and you'll see surprising details.
A proposed spa-themed amusement park will allow visitors soak in hot pools while riding on rollercoasters.
The size of a 50 cent and found on the side of the road, Andy the turtle is on the mend.
Neighbours fear church proposal for prisoner rehabilitation in suburban Otaki.
"Binocular man" has been found looking out over Thames from the town's monument.
A Japanese theme park which froze 5000 fish in its rink wanted to give visitors the illusion of skating above the sea.