Life & Style

Is this Rory McIlroy's new love?

Nadia Forde

The British Open champion may have a new lady in his life.

Battle of the Wimbedon wags 11 hottest World Cup WAGS

A touch insulting?

park A Chinese shopping centre has designed women-only parking spaces that are wider and painted pink. Huh?

The ultimate workout

Exercise Feeling winter's bite? You need to try this 20-day Tabata Training challenge.

Woman confronts cat-callers

harassment While secretly filming their reactions, which vary from incredulous to apologetic to deluded.

Piggy in the middle of town

Muck the pig Meet Muck the kune kune, he sits on command, and has learned how to open the fridge (we like his priorities).

Gluten free? Choc on!

Choc This gorgeous chocolate slice takes inspiration from Turkish delight bars.

Hazelnut pork with brussels

Pork and nuts make for a fantastic combination - their earthy flavours complement each other perfectly.

Ravishing risotto

Jewel's secrets to a healthy life

Stuff's daily street style: July

Street style Check out your daily dose of real Kiwi fashion, courtesy of our street style snappers.

Orange isn't the new black

Prison introduces old school inmate outfits after TV show makes standard issue "orange jumpsuit" iconic.

Are ties still relevant?

Boys strive to stand out

The week's best & worst dressed

Kim K, Emma Watson, J-Lo, Kate Hudson and Diane Kruger all appear, with varying levels of success.

Backing blind

Backing blind How difficult is it to reverse a blacked-out vehicle? Very difficult, especially when its head-to-head against Kiwi rally star Hayden Paddon.

Electric future fast approaching

If we only have five decades of oil left then alternatives to the internal combustion engine need to be embraced sooner rather than later.

New tax hurts diesels

Missing our market

A touch insulting?

A Chinese shopping centre has designed women-only parking spaces that are wider and painted pink. Huh?

Book review: Bark 'skillful'

Bark, by Lorrie Moore Author Lorrie Moore takes her time with a new book, but it's worth it.

Patrolling on

Best-selling crime writer Karin Slaughter says female cops still do it tough.

Vintage reads: A Town Like Alice

One for the record

Catton on NZ Book Awards shortlist

It would be surprising if Eleanor Catton's The Luminaries didn't show up on the Book Awards shortlist.

Daily trivia quiz: July 23

hippo Are you a trivia whiz? Test your knowledge on our daily quiz.

Afternoon trivia quiz: July 22

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Sports Quiz - July 22

Daily trivia quiz: July 22

Afternoon trivia quiz: July 23

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