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Liverpool host champions Manchester City at Anfield in the pick of the Premier League matches this weekend.
For me, the post-disaster Christchurch is more comparable to post-WW2 occupied Berlin.
A dad who left his job to help his 'courageous 'daughter fight cancer now can't find employment.
It's time to explore that most treasonous of thoughts: "Was the underarm incident actually wrong?"
Aggressive Black Caps have champion skipper to thank for steely edge, Aaron Spencer writes.
A Kiwi submissive shares the real 'love and care' that goes into a BDSM relationship.
Mark Kessell shares his Premier League predictions as teams race for the top and battle to avoid the drop.
Eddie Izzard's uniquely warped sense of humour struck many a chord in Auckland, writes Takeshi Ito.
If a woman enjoys sadomasochism she should not be made to feel like any less of a woman for it.
An unfancied underdog that has improved dramatically, the Black Caps are the World Cup's dark horse.
I'll never forget the night I gave birth to our tiny baby, at 16 weeks, in the toilets of Christchurch Hospital.
How many Grammy Award winners would we have heard of if it wasn't for their writers and producers?
The aim was to prevent lives from being taken and that hasn't happened, writes Sarah Carian.
After Chelsea extended their lead in the English Premiership, which teams can still catch them?
My 84-year-old mum would get it done in half the time Liam Neeson did, and cause twice the havoc.
Tournament favourites - rightly so - but the only respect they get comes begrudgingly.
This isn't what you would expect to hear from a 17-year-old male car enthusiast: speeding is unacceptable.
'Go see this film if you want to see propaganda advertising the military power of the United States.'
With the world's best batsman and bowler, the CWC is South Africa's to lose - and history says they will.
How can you turn your unconscious mind into a superhero of positive thoughts and actions?