Can freedom camping carry on as it is or should there be tighter restrictions?
Some lessons can only be learnt from looking inward.
"I feel like to be taken seriously I need to walk forwards instead of backwards when the bus comes."
Dyslexia isn't properly addressed in schools - and that has knock-on effects for our society.
Drink driving, inappropriate behaviour, sex Snapchats: do we expect too much from professional athletes?
True to her breed, Zola hates the cold. She likes nothing more than to be under her blankets.
"The problem is not transgender people. It never has been."
We'd like to hear from gender-diverse Kiwis about their journey. Did you feel supported or prejudiced?
What are the pros and cons of welcoming strangers into your home?
Is your garage your pride and joy? Share it with us!
Whether you're handy with a toolbox or a disaster with a drill, share your story.
Deeply attached to your old house, despite the drafts? Let us know why.
No one has given me any level of hope that their leadership would make the changes that are so desperately needed.
Wire-haired jack Russell spud once shied away from affection. Now, he can't get enough.
We hope to help feed and educate the 300 students of Chifunga Secondary School, in Malawi.
Edmund is a big fan of exploring New Zealand. Catch him around Auckland.
James McKelvie captured these photos of waves splashing on the rocks near Wellington airport.
These are the most common things that contribute to New Zealand's road issues.
Lyla and Ollie are perfect to come home to after a long day at work.
"A couple of seconds could save a life."
In disasters, we need to value compassion as much as efficiency.
Thinking outside of the box creates an opportunity for change but NZ's education system is letting our kids down.
Two buddies that make a lot of mischief together. So much fun, energy and personality.
Positive reinforcement is the most effective way to teach dogs how to behave.
Our six-year-old Maltese Shih Tzu can't get enough of the freedom farm life has to offer.
Outrage over other people getting behind the wheel is nothing new to Kiwis. Share your outrage with us.
'Even when my dyslexia was identified in secondary school, no one offered help.'
RICKI SMITHWomen may not be aware of how the pill will affect their mental health.
We answer their questions simply, and offer distraction, reassurance and cuddles.
Sadly, we lost our boy Kuj to cancer last week, just a few weeks after his fourth birthday.
“NZ teachers are not trained to recognise the characteristics of dyslexic learners. This should be compulsory."
These photos are just the tip of a collection of images that makes me proud to live in New Zealand.
High quality research on the topic of animal welfare at rodeos is scarce.
Our not-so-small puppy is a golden Labrador with a huge heart and an even bigger personality.
"This was a simple gig: get the story - and get out. Then the explosions began."
"Like most people in Christchurch, we are now hypersensitive to disaster."
A state of civil emergency has been declared in Christchurch as fires continue to burn.
Do you know any companies that deserve recognition, or alternatively, companies that should be investigated?
Anonymity gives users free licence to insult and intimidate.
Are you glued to your smart phone - or the proud owner of a brick?
New Zealand was the first country to give women a vote, but how are we doing on equality now?
Modern miracle or more hassle than it's worth? Let us know how contraception affects you.
I get paid minimum wage, with no guaranteed hours and work two jobs to survive.
Mia is a social little sausage that loves spending her time in the park.
Enjoying your OE is easier when you’re not living hand-to-mouth.
Please don't tell me I just need to 'breathe'.
Like many of us, Jock is happiest kicking back in front of the TV.
In 2015 I discovered that polycystic ovary syndrome was to blame for my 30kg weight gain.
Bichons are outgoing, social, happy dogs, who just love to be the centre of attention. What's not to love?
Yes, we know Alo is small, but no - he's not a puppy. He's just really, really small.