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If you use Maori elements in your flag you should do your research thoroughly. Make sure you understand.
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Spring has sprung in Paul Gee's shot of flowers in the morning light at Christchurch's North Hagley Park.
"Why do we need to crack down on anything? Shouldn't the cops be enforcing laws all the time?"
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'The damage to many young lives could have been greatly reduced if adults had been brave enough to speak out.'
'I want a vibrant city where the council is able to leave politics and agendas at the door.'
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Surely this money needs to be spent on housing, clothing and feeding our nation.
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Hollywood remakes of foreign films don't always go to plan, but Clayton Barnett's rounded up some classics.
If we really want to address child abuse in New Zealand, we need to face an uncomfortable truth.
In New Zealand, to admit you have a problem, is seen by many as a sign of weakness.
The sooner we recognize that ISIS is fighting for power, not piety, the quicker we can find a path to peace.
After Tania Carmichael's daughter helped families in need, her family was encouraged to give back.
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The banning of a religious advert intended to be shown before a Star Wars movie triggered debate on Stuff.
Netflix doco Chef's Table examines issues surrounding food in a palatable way.
How can it be that the man who made the impossible possible is gone at just 40-years-old?
If our militaries have become useless against terrorism, it is time to restructure.
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Kellie Bowman-Dyer got an extra buzz from her morning coffee thanks to the kindness of a stranger.
In this sad and reflective time, a tribute to two great All Blacks seems fitting.
Nina Simone aspired to be a classical pianist but this turned into a tragedy.
Can you help us to tell the stories of the Faces of Innocents? Did you know any of them?
"A flag that suggests our heritage, represents who we are, and will guide us as we steer our country into the future. "
What do you think are the biggest contributors to child abuse and neglect in New Zealand?
Here are the best reactions to the Obama-Turnbull exchange on John Key.
It’s impossible to design a perfect flag, so you really ought to not bother.
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Since the news broke of the death of Jonah Lomu, Stuff has received hundreds of messages of grief.
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