POTD: Gizmo and Pirate

Gizmo and Pirate.

They get a lot of attention. A 10 minute walk to the shop can take least half an hour or more.

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Top comments on pool rule breach

It may be a long, and torturously dry, summer for one Palmerston North family.

New flag is a 'waste of money'

Surely this money needs to be spent on housing, clothing and feeding our nation.

Books women need to read

read-strap These are women's stories, by women, for women. And they might change your life.

'No-one spoke up for me'

bars-strap There were many signs I was being abused. No one did anything. I was let down.

Harmed by salon treatment?

beaut-strap Have you suffered any serious medical harm because of a beauty treatment? What happened?

How to make Chch great?

Do you have ideas on how to make Christchurch a great place? Share them with us.

Ways to keep your home safe

Review: Nina Simone's life

My premmie miracle

Home alone, 25 weeks pregnant and having bad pains, Melissa Moe knew something wasn't right.

Small and tired - but feisty

"You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have."

My boy was born too soon

Baby born 'fighting for life'

Tiny fighters 13 weeks early

I still remember the nurses screaming at people to get out of the lift as they rushed me to the delivery suite.

'London experience is a joke'

Why is working in London different to anywhere else in the world? asks Kate Matthews.

London about skills not study

I've been in London for eight years. It took seven to land the type of role I moved here to get.

The reality of London life

It's not like Bridget Jones

1 month, 2 jobs, no home

It's not work you need to worry about finding in the UK, writes Courtney Hobbs. It's somewhere to live.

Sheer hell of our son's suicide

stress-strap For five years we watched as our beautiful son became increasingly unwell. We tried repeatedly to get him help.

The aftermath of suicide

When the dust settled after my brother's suicide, I went on a journey to try to understand it.

Nobody helped my girlfriend

We have lost far too many

My son died in my arms

The torment I have put myself through is immeasurable. I would have done anything to save him.

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