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Can Labour compete with the Greens and NZ First, both hungry for more parliamentary presence?
After another week off for Euro 2016 qualifying, the Premier League returns this weekend with a bang.
Would Wallabies players stand by Kurtley Beale if he wasn't as immensely talented as he is?
We're told we're living in a rock star economy with a dropping unemployment rate. Not in my world.
The pressure from mufti days is sad and unnecessary and our children are copping it big time.
As a society we rally against bigotry, racism and fatism, so why is male heightism still allowed?
The latest new domain names showcase the battle between adding value to the internet and sucking it out.
On Friday, my baby's heartbeat was 144bpm. On Tuesday, it was 110. Today, they can't find it.
Property has been a great investment in the past but it's not realistic to expect the same returns now.
If you love the idea of pizza but don't fancy a doughy bread base, this recipe could be your answer.
Starry skies, city lights and rolling fog are all captured in this timelapse of Auckland in the blue hour.
We simply cannot ignore this issue any longer. The time to act was yesterday so we better get started now.
The French Horn may look like plumbing, but the sounds is lively and 'fun', Takeshi Ito writes.
A university student's Facebook page aims to show people in Christchurch they're not alone.
Forget ranting demons and spinning heads, this is a subtle and sinister must-see horror, with a palpable threat.
Welcoming staff, good chat and addictive bar snacks make for a good night spot in Christchurch.
Attacking, running rugby is best, so how come we only see it from both teams once a year at Ellis Park?
Men who have been told you can't multitask. Women who have been told you can't park. It's time to speak up.
To the person who took time out of their day to judge me for having a "lead" on my autistic son, thanks.
The storybook setting of Christchurch's Brick Farm cafe was the perfect backdrop for its delicious food.