After decades of owning a home, I'm sick of being asked when we're buying a house and the look of shock when we say we're not.
The first casualties of the assisted dying debate are truth, accuracy and fair comment.
Have you tried to find love on the internet or through a dating app? We'd love to hear if your digital love story had a happy or cringe-worthy ending.
Eating disorders are an insidious, destructive part of our society, but they are also one of the most hidden.
When it comes to savings, loads of Kiwis are finding it hard to get ahead. So if you're a fan of frugality, we want to know how you do it.
Jesse Greenslade hopes to inspire other young people affected by bullying.
Where do you stand on school rules that define your child's appearance?
Is there enough support for new mums when it comes to breastfeeding? If not, what more could be done?
Have you ever been touched by the kindness of a stranger or good Samaritan? It's time to share the story.
We'd like to hear about your close calls and near-misses, your tales of survival.
My mother wanted to get better, she wanted to be there for her five daughters - but in the end, alcohol won.
Dennis from accounts sits behind his keyboard asking “Why don’t they stay in their countries and fight?”. Why don't you try being a refugee, Dennis?
If you could persuade the world to read one book of your choice, what would it be?
Watching people attempt to sing, cook, fix houses, dance and live together is fun, but how much more can we take?
Do you have tattoos? Have you ever been judged more positively or negatively as a result of your body art?
Send us a photo of what the weather looks like at your place today.
We want to hear from Kiwi drivers on the real impact of our road toll, and what can be done about it.
Do you have an insight into American culture that New Zealanders may not understand?
With summer in full blaze, it's no surprise to see Kiwi families eagerly hitting the water but how easy is it to stay safe?
What's your romantic tale? Were you childhood sweethearts or did you connect through a dating service? Was it love at first sight or a slow-burner?
The relationship you have with your neighbours can have a huge impact on your home life.
Help share some lovey-dovey warm fuzzies by telling us your proposal story.
If you've seen a great film, or want to warn others to avoid a real clanger, tell us all about it.
The face of New Zealand is constantly changing as new families arrive on our shores.
Share your experiences and memories of beloved pets who are no longer with you.
Does something on the small screen have you hooked? What is this gem and why do you like it so much?
Help your fellow bookworms get their summer reading list together by reviewing what you've just put back on the shelf.
Could you handle it? Sensibly? What do you think of lottery prizes worth many millions of dollars and how would you spend such a windfall?
Following the story of a cyclist who was fined for impeding traffic in Christchurch, we want to hear from cyclists on what it's like to ride in your city.
Animals rights or animal welfare - which do you think should be New Zealand's concern?
Being a parent isn't for everyone.
What challenges did you face when returning to the workforce after having children?
If your life has been impacted by cancer, help raise awareness of the realities of the disease by sharing your story.
What advice do you have for someone who is dealing with devastating grief?
What's the hardest thing about growing up in New Zealand? Being a teenager is hard. Fact.
Domestic violence numbers make for troubling reading. In 2014, police responded to 101,981 incidents of domestic violence in New Zealand, the equivalent of about one every five minutes.
The latest Police Workplace Survey found big-city cops were among the happiest, and police in rural areas among the most miserable.
Did you recently tie the knot and want to share your happy day with everyone?
Around one in five adults currently smoke in New Zealand and many might be thinking about quitting in 2017.
We want to hear from Stuff readers who have experienced life in a religious sect or cult.
We're no love cynics here at Stuff, but we do enjoy a good cringe-fest over grand romantic gestures gone wrong.
Becoming a parent can be one of life's hardest transitions and hindsight is a beautiful (and frustrating) thing.
We want to share your stories of how you came out to those around you.
How do you make people understand that you're ill if you don't have any physical symptoms?
There is no denying that women are underrepresented in boardrooms, politics and executive roles in New Zealand.
Have you or someone you know lived with mental illness? Tell us your experiences and views on attitudes towards mental health in our country.
Did you have to change your relationship with food and exercise to achieve your goals?
What made you want to be a home owner? How did you save and how did you make your dream a reality?
Have you found that "home sweet home" is just out of reach for your family? What are your experiences of the housing market?
We're everywhere. Working in London. Contiki-touring around Europe. Teaching English in Asia. Volunteering in South America. But why?