Now that's an eternity ring

Kaye Gates' engagement ring turns up - 28 years after it was stolen.

Mission to Mars could succeed

For a year, six scientists lived in near isolation on the island of Hawaii, and proved you can get water from dry ground.

Shedding light on traffic confusion

Traffic lights for Wellington's most puzzling intersection - thanks to pedestrians' petition.

A letter from the PM

John Key wrote to ethnic communities worried they were being targeted by crime.

'We won't grieve in silence'

A drug-fuelled teen's punch killed Matthew Coley. After enduring months of anguish, now his family want to address NZ's struggle with violence.

Fine line over KFC secret

OPINION: The "leaked" KFC recipe debacle has raised an interesting point.

So how do you make a pie?

Dad's Pies produces 13 million pies every year and has 200 recipes in its repertoire. Here is how they do it.

Safe group renews jumps ban call

Safe group renews call to ban jumps racing after horse deaths.

Cops battle burglary epidemic

One man is facing up to 20 counts of burglary. He is one of 218 offenders arrested in the Waikato over the past three months.

Thor lifts lid on everyday life

The first son of Asgard has been given the What We Do In The Shadows treatment by Kiwi director Taika Waititi. 

Martin Devlin hits back live on air

Outspoken Radio Sport broadcaster, angry at abusive text from listener, says he's going to track the person down and give same abuse back.

Cat traptember

A park curator is waging a war on feral cats with a trapping campaign to protect wildlife and zoo animals.

Chores at the Key household

You might be the Prime Minister, but at home, you've still got chores.

DVD of the Week: Sherpa

REVIEW: A breathtaking Australian mountaineering documentary that doesn't need to resort to dramatic recreations.

Barrett ignored big offers for NZ deal

NZ Rugby boss heaps praise on rising All Blacks first five as the No 10 re-signs until 2019.

A very teenage telling-off

"You guys are the stupidest people in the history of stupidest people," teen declares, after safari scare.

Cheerleaders aim high

It may have been cold and rainy outside but the competition was hot as NZ's best cheerleaders took to the stage.

Trio take off-road honours

​A trio of drivers dominated the points in the latest round of the New Zealand off road racing championship in Feilding on Saturday.

Auckland police hunt 'coward punchers'

Vicious street assaults left three people hurt, now Auckland police hope video will catch those responsible.

Stove blaze destroys family's home

Residents of a state house in Hamilton were asleep when fire erupted in their kitchen about midnight.

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