Another seal, this time a baby, has come ashore in Papakura.
Stuff readers weigh in on Outrageous Fortune, fashion, and, erm, nipples in Friday's top comments.
A man has come off second-best after taking on a bear in its enclosure at a Warsaw zoo.
She'd phoned the radio show to talk about her hairpin collection when a crime happened.
When Thomas Bacon found someone else eating his last sausage, he got all a-sizzle.
He may not look like other cats, but don't feel sorry for him insists his owner.
The city that never sleeps boasts an apartment filled with actual dirty, an exhibition on the sex lives of animals, and a gallery featuring taxidermy squirrels hanging out at a bar.
Give seagulls half a chance and they'll steal anything. Even the (air) show.
A man has been arrested in Australia and charged with stealing cattle gallstones.
A North Canterbury farmer arranges his sheep into roadside billboards - for laughs.
She wants to break stereotypes by becoming a competitive eating champion, one giant burrito at a time.
Australian public servants are now banned from wearing onesies and ugg boots to work.
It's snowing! Seals are invading! Perhaps most excitingly, people are commenting on news stories!
A quartet's singalong performance for a selfie goes into a spin as a tyre in their vehicle punctures.
A mechanic's spelling blunder in repairing a Porsche sports car has gone viral.
The world's most luxurious portaloo, with its own butler, TV and PlayStation made a brief stop in Nelson last week.
A bike running a red light and hitting a bus was caught on camera.
He was "found dead" in bed, but then he shocked the life out of paramedics by starting to breath.
After a week of weighty issues, readers appeared to be looking for something more frivolous to comment on.
When a car salesman heard his vehicle was in the sea, he thought it was a joke.
The spider was discovered in Morocco that has an acrobatic solution to escape danger by spinning away.
What happened when Wellington's deputy mayor played football with Spud the dog.
OPINION: Check out what our wackiest flag ideas would look like in real life.
You may have seen the video of Japanese people dissing Marmite. But have you ever tried natto?
Spoiler alert: They aren't fans of the savoury spread.
"If anyone found themselves walking home half naked last night...we found your hipster outfit."
This boy cat is doing something pretty unusual - and it might save the life of six kittens.
Deep in the ocean, scientists have found the first known example of a fish with warm blood.
"NZ could be so different. We have an ideal population, heaps of resources and land, we're developed, and yet we screw it up."
Phone and internet cables were fried and staff and a customer shaken when lightning struck a Rangiora store.