Life & Style

From world champ to suicidal

OPINION: I experienced the highest of highs in my swimming career. But I've also had the lowest of lows.

Most confusing things women do

The never-ending battle of the sexes, as told by the internet

How dad's diet affects you

New study suggests a father's diet can affect his offspring's health - and their ability to reproduce.

Inside Sandra Bullock's home

Located on Tybee Island, Georgia, the actress' holiday home has plenty of Southern charm to spare.

Lena Dunham's 5 fashion 'rules'

The Girls star hits back at the haters who make fun of her fashion choices.

Korean barbecue beef sliders

These mini burgers are a taste sensation.

Which tomato relish is the best?

Which brand tastes most homemade? We put three of them to the test.

Recipe: Pork banh mi tacos

Not all processed foods are bad

13-year-old signs with IMG

Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown has scored a contract with one of the top modelling agencies.

The wildest looks from Splore

From feather capes to bikinis paired with gumboots, everything goes at this popular Kiwi extravaganza of fun.

Kanye features hijab model

WOW arrives on US East Coast

Chrissy: 'I want it to be normal'

Chrissy Teigen says she's tired of seeing Asian models stuck in "That Asian Girl" roles.

Ex-Trump limo for sale

It's not quite a presidential ride but this limousine was commissioned by the now US President Donald Trump.

Not all Corollas are boring

Want to get wild? Get a Corolla. No, really; look at these.

Corolla hybrid a struggle

Suspended driver's fail

An 007-inspired Lotus

Lotus is paying homage to one of its most famous cars - just don't expect it to turn into a submarine.

School Journal's storied history

They're stuffed with the work of our greatest writers and artists - but NZ hasn't always loved them.

'A story we should be proud of'

"If children can gain perspectives when they're young, they hold those attitudes for life."

'It can get better'

JK Rowling's Piers Morgan takedown

Jagger's memoir too tame?

Somehow, the Holy Grail of debaucherous rock 'n' roll history has been hidden away in some dusty publisher's office for almost four decades.

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150 years of history

2010 marks 150 years since the formation of the first militia units in Southland and Otago.

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Anzacs and beyond

We remember those who have served their country

Southland's 100-year Floods: 25 Years Later

A Flood of Memories

Take a look back at the devastating 1984 floods in the south