Lauren Roberts put her iPhone to good use to get a great shot of one of her favourite groups.
We don't need to keep religion out of schools, but it should be part of the history curriculum.
It must be fashion Friday as two topics dominate - Matt Damon's new 'do' and best and worst dressed celebs.
We make our own choices but better labeling on processed foods might help us make better choices.
The risk of buying property in overheated areas like Auckland should be reflected in the interest rates.
Banning junk food advertising... taxing fizzy drinks... what would help tackle NZ's obesity crisis?
The clouds are usually more dramatic under a full moon, says Alice Fong, but these exceeded expectations.
If we want to reduce traffic on Auckland's roads, we need to make public transport attractive.
Professor Wiggins is our much-loved British Blue, the academic of the family.
Clayton Barnett shares his pick of the flicks at this year's New Zealand Film Festival.
This week's travel photo entries take us from the Canadian Rockies to a sunset in Spain.
From school uniform policy and anti-vaxxers to New Zealand's favourite film, no topic's off limits.
Instead of spending $4.2b on roads and public transport, Paul Minett has another idea to ease congestion.
If a cyclist treats every ride as potentially life-threatening, they have the attitude needed to survive.
Teachers must look at Anela Pritchard's speech, and the reaction to it, and feel abject despair, writes Bruce Bowden.
There has been some form of religious education in New Zealand for generations. What's the problem?
We have to intervene in the Auckland property market, and that means increasing supply, writes Jay Sharma.
Willow and Obee are our rescue dogs, and they're great company for each other.
Know your rugby? Pick a winner and analyse how you expect the Super Rugby final will play out.
This always turns out well - chocolatey, rich and decadent. Definitely not a mousse for the faint-hearted!
From Facebook etiquette to wedding photos, Stuff commenters have had their say.
What are your biggest bugbears when it comes to social media? Shares your online dos and don'ts.
Share your vision on the best ways to ease congestion and keep people on the move in Auckland.
Do you have the best neighbourhood, community group, or support team in town?
Do you know a child with a doll or toy that looks just like them?
An image is all about the composition. It doesn't matter if it was made on a phone or on a big fancy camera.
Hurricanes and Highlanders fans pay tribute to their teams ahead of the Super Rugby final.
There's a lot of experience, form and talent for All Black RWC team, Kaal Kaczmarek.
Griffin is not only an on-the-bed kind of dog but an under-the-covers-bed-hog dog.
As a feminist, I want equality within our world, for those of any gender, sexuality, race, or age.
"It's rampant opportunism by extremely self centered people." Tempers flare over Super Rugby tickets.
Do you have a pet with a face or attitude that only a mother could love? Celebrate them here.
A danger of religious instruction is that it discourages independent moral thought, writes Johann Go.
The Black Caps need to regroup, learn from their England tour and play more cricket, writes Andrew Maze.
The property crisis is not just in Auckland, it's all over, writes John Murphy. Here's his plan to help fix it.
The whole economy suffers from the malinvestment happening in Auckland, Ciaran Keogh writes.
The Super Rugby final, while brilliant for New Zealand rugby, poses a headache for All Blacks selectors.
Three-month-old Taco has a great personality but is very naughty, as puppies are, writes Ola Zaytseva.
Speeding up in passing lanes? "I guarantee there is a "you shall not pass" fiend among us," writes HJ05.
A grandmother reveals the humiliation she felt when her Facebook account inexplicably started posting porn images.
As Auckland grows, it makes sense to encourage building homes above train stations, writes Francis Lai.
The news of Top Gun 2 took our breath away, and got us thinking about what we'd make next.
Instead of complaining about how little money you make, think about the things that matter to you.
For a Kiwi fan this year's Super Rugby final couldn't get any better, writes Noel Burland.
Do you bleed blue and gold or black and yellow? We want to see your fan support ahead of the Super final.
If I had $11 million, I couldn't resist travelling. I'd start in Europe and play it by ear, writes Gareth Dewhurst.
JEFFREY ARTSONSolving Auckland's property crisis is simple: move, Jeffrey Artson writes.
Sunny is our five-year-old staffie. She loves to tow her dad on his skateboard.
I've got nothing against exotic dancers, but what I do is completely different.
Euthanasia. Such a big word right? Do you know what it means, behind the debate?
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