The Blues have signed Jimmy Cowan for next year's campaign. Was it a smart move?
There's nothing like a bit of unexpected nudity on TV to get readers going in today's top comments.
There's nothing cuter than an animal friendship, and it's even better when they're from different worlds.
Growing veges, having your own chooks and selling unwanted stuff online are great starters for savings.
Imagine our economy if young couples didn't need to bust their guts to buy a first home, writes Alan Peacock.
Scrapping the restricted licence and zero alcohol rule for young drivers are just part of John Clarkson's plan.
It's not a massive skills advantage that gives the All Blacks the edge, it's all in their match preparation.
This rescue pet owner's life was changed through her love of dogs who needed help.
Before the current government I was living hand to mouth, now I'm a homeowner and looking to buy again.
It was quite simple, it was easier for me to drink and get drunk than it was to deal with life.
We would all like to get fitter, lose weight, drink less. Now is the time to do it, and share your journey.
JONATHAN MANNINGJonathan Manning's stunning shot at Godley Head is named after his Aunty who was stationed there in WWII.
Never mind whiskers on kittens, for Cheryl Lockhart it's all about family, friends, movies and laughter.
Jodie Clarke's cat Sam disappeared for four years, but came back and slotted in like he'd never been away.
It may not surprise you to discover that politics is a dominating force in today's top reader comments.
Has a super food made a huge impact on your health and wellbeing? Share the benefits with others.
Lots of patience and a decent tripod are key to getting a good shot of the night sky, says Bruce Mackay.
What makes me happy? Coming home, after a long day at the office, to four little furry faces.
The average Kiwi is struggling, but there are good people out there and you need to pull together, not pull apart.
Migration and a housing shortage have increased the value of our home, but we're worse off day to day.
When my mum relapsed into alcohol dependecy nothing could have prepared me for the emotional rollercoaster.
'Magical' and 'inspiring' are words that come to mind when I recall my childhood with my grandparents.
If it weren't for the bulging tummy, I could have occasionally forgotten I was growing a little person in me.
English clubs have struggled in the Champions League for years - but will things change in 2014?
My mother frequently reminds me of this oft forgotten but easily attained key to everyday happiness...
New Zealand used to be a low cost, low wage economy. What happened? asks immigrant Nick Wall.
Kim Dot Com's proposed big reveal tonight has our readers weighing in on corruption, spying and spanking.
Few franchises have captured the essence of evil like the Bond villain. Who was the best of all time?
We're looking for reader photos revealing what many of us miss when we're tucked up in with our eyes closed.
Make a three-month pact for positive change and you could win a treadmill worth $3000.
Life ain't fair. So stop dwelling and start focusing on the little things that up your happiness factor.
Did we really play poorly and win or did we return fire, show courage and play better than our opponents?
What makes you happy? Share your instant feel good tips to help bring a smile to the faces of others.
A little technology is all it takes to be able to stalk our children. And that's not such a bad thing.
Talking of embarrassing moments, did anyone else wet their pants in primary school or was it just me?
An extraordinary feel-good movie that will have you coming back for more, writes Peter Pluymers.
The cost of living may be high, but there are always little things you can do that add up in savings.
I can't live with alcohol, yet I can't live without it. It's insanity and I hate it, but not enough to stay away.
There will never be another Freddie Mercury but Queen (and Adam Lambert) can still rock you.
Analysis of Warriors' seasons since 1998 reveals their ninth placed finish this year is not all bad news.
"Harden up" just doesn't cut it for the students who need a little help in building their self-belief.
The All Blacks' test against South Africa was a blockbuster, but how did you rate the performance?
Under the current government, our pay hasn't kept up with the cost of living and owning our own home is out of reach.
As Chelsea prepare to take on joint EPL leaders Swansea, Mark Kessell shares his match predictions.
Ever been touched by the kindness of stranger or good samaritan? It's time to say thanks.
It's not just the latest edition of Elle that Lorde's gracing the cover of, she's also the face of today's top comments.
After six years of the current government, is your family reaping the rewards or struggling to cope?
It's not socially acceptable to smoke rock from a pipe at work functions, but drinking to excess can go unnoticed.
Do you have a recipe passed down through your family? Go on, share it with us.
For Mike Collins, there's only one Bond villain with a steely grip on being the baddest of the bad.
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