Graham Brazier: Your tributes

Condolence messages for the iconic Kiwi front man Graham Brazier flooded in today.

Tackle traffickers not refugees

Refugee crisis We need to hunt down the human traffickers like we do terrorists and drug dealers, writes Dean Rhodes.

Share your commuting photos

Commuters in New Zealand The best photos sometimes happen on a whim, what are you snapping on the way to work?

How can businesses do more?

Each time consumers buy a product, they're voting for the kind of world they want to see.

Why NZ flag will stay

New Zealand flag The only thing more wasteful than a referendum is one that most people know will fail.

Should we take more refugees?

Refugees What do you think the government should do over calls to increase New Zealand's refugee quota?

How does asthma affect you?

At least 52 New Zealanders will die from asthma this year. It's Asthma Awareness Week.

Why my dad's the best

Cyclists, do you feel safe?

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.

It's not like Bridget Jones

Bridget Jones gave Abigail Drane a rose-tinted image of living and working in London. The reality was very different.

How Kiwis stand out in UK

How to get a job overseas

The reality of London life

There are heaps of opportunities in London. You just have to be patient and work damn hard.

Goverment's behaving badly

The Government need to listen to the collective voices of our people, we are not "politically irrelevant".

We demand TPPA transparency

Opponents of TPPA are only as misinformed as our Government chooses to make us, Richard Cruice writes.

Where's democracy over TPPA?

Opposition to TPPA is 'selfish'

Kiwis are not being selfish

Simon Paterson responds to a Stuff Nation piece decrying TPPA protesters as selfish.

Believing in yourself

You can conquer your dreams by making it a reality all with three words. "Believe in yourself."

Joy in life's unexpected turns

Leaving Belgium, Charlotte Descamps had no idea where to spend the rest of her life. She does now.

Sky's the limit for fulfilled life

Moving to find happiness

Seven steps to happiness

Kathryn Wright is pretty happy with her life. These are the seven things that helped her get there.

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