Last screening to be held on Monday night at 100-year-old Wellington cinema.
Jose became part of our family when he was abandoned by his old owners.
Six-month-old French bulldog Luna knows exactly how cute she is and loves nothing more than posing for a snap or five.
I stopped to take in the view by Waiau Ferry Bridge on a balmy evening and became happily caught up in the hushed beauty.
The current Green Party movement believes environmentalism and social justice go together, but why? It's far from a match made in heaven.
Go ahead, complain about how difficult your life is and how hard done by you are. I'd rather be on the side of the people who give a damn.
After farewelling four sheepdogs in 35 years we wondered if all the grief was worth it. Then along came Ted.
Cheating is a virtue, lying is OK, rules are made to be ignored, and if you have the power, you don’t need to worry about playing fair.
Taffy the golden labrador is a welcome companion for six-year-old Waikanae boy.
Both men have unwittingly confounded the argument that one can be an superstar and a plain piece of office furniture at the same time.
Losing a pet can be as devastating as losing a friend or relative, especially when they go before their time.
When I was younger my parents were adamant the Pākehā way was best. But languages unite people, and that's exactly what te reo has done.
Centenary of NZ's darkest day is marked in an unconventional way - through fashion.
When I compare Labour and National, and cut through the scaremongering and spin, I'm ultimately faced with just one real decision.
We shared so many adventures. So many sunsets on the beach and sunrises too numerous to count.
Before you roll your eyes at a parent struggling to deal with a public toddler meltdown, remember: One day, it will be you.
She may look cute and cuddly but beware, Slash has been known to lash out if you pet her too much.
A little girl - let's call her Taaniko - introduced me to te reo, and unwittingly changed the trajectory of my life.
Surely every office in New Zealand would benefit from the addition of a doggo?
Nelson's normally known for its sunshine, but it took a stunning rainbow to brighten up this grey day.
NCEA has created so much pressure that even if you're a straight-A student, it's still not enough.
With some already predicting an election "youthquake", imagine the impact of lowering the voting age to 16.
Learning te reo Māori was my pathway out of years of shame and helped me discover my true identity.
Bambam was my best mate, loyal and loving. There will never be another like him and I miss him every day.
These two brothers from different mothers are dead ringers for two Hollywood stars from the 1980s.
After a brutal break-up, Trade Me tries to woo a once-loyal lover.
After being separated from his owners one too many times, Beau decided to get on the case, literally.
It’s time to stop being so bloody single-minded and think about the place our children will call home.
Who needs kids around the house when you've got dogs?
This junk food duo are the best of friends.
On a beautiful spring day, the reflections in the still lake were picture perfect.
We want to hear your stories of what te reo means to you.
Budding model and motorist Nala co-ordinates her car to her eye colour.
"Draw me the kitchen you want," he said. Then he made it for her.
Your love is fickle and fleeting - this relationship has to end.
Police are seeking witnesses to a fatal crash at Pareora on Saturday.
This Foxdoodle pup thinks everyone should be his friend and is still learning that not everyone wants to be.
A group of NZ s most influential business leaders are gearing up to host a special event aimed at changing the make-up of Kiwi businesses. How diverse is your workplace?
Intensive dairy farming is the main source pollution in NZ's waterways. It's time we wound it back.
No one ever believed my ginger cat said "mum" but now everyone has heard it with their own ears.
The controversy around NZ's operations in Afghanistan has led to the heroic work of our troops being ignored or overlooked.
Young people don’t vote because politicians ignore them, and politicians ignore young people because they don’t vote.
The first few dates with me and my girlfriend involved Oscar. After that, things just weren't the same.
Miscarriage number one broke my heart; miscarriage number two shattered my confidence. But I'll keep trying.
Robert Bruce has transformed his West Auckland home from a 1960s time capsule into his dream ski lodge. Here's how.
How should boomers who worked hard all their life to buy a home vote in this month's election?
This chinchilla Persian must be the only cat I know that plays fetch with a toy mouse as if she was a golden retriever.
A worker at the Cardrona skifield shares his view of a stunning Central Otago sunset.
We're seeking stories from young people who have a plan for making babies in their future.
Voters who want to dissent should still have their voice counted.