Shannon Cleave has never let low vision slow her down. Now she's embarking on an epic 700km adventure.
For some it might be too early to think about Christmas - but not those wanting to help children in third world countries enjoy the holiday.
Fancy paying to get locked in a room with only an hour to escape?
Family's British bulldog went missing months ago. They'd given up hope, but then came a phone call that made their day.
Rotorua's fashionistas were out in force on Saturday night as sell out crowd of 500 people took in the sights and sounds of Te Puia's inaugural Tiki Ahua fashion show.
Purchasing food from Lynda's requires good eyebrow movement, eye contact and pointing.
Dr Libby says it is up to the adults to educate children on what's good and bad food.
What: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Who: Stories and More When: Sept 24 to Oct 2 Where: Meteor Theatre Works by: CS Lewis, adapted for the stage by Glyn Robbins Director: Cecilia Mooney Reviewer: Sam Edwards
Hamilton's Vera Farrant, 86, still wishes she could do more after raising thousands for a good cause.
Arts and the way to foster it for the region's creative advocates.
Grandmother said children's play with a violent "nightmarish rabbit" should have had a warning about dark content.
Gordon Chesterman will again try for an extra payment to the Kudeweh family, despite losing a vote on Tuesday.
Winning Miss IndiaNZ didn't just secure the crown. There were some off-the-wall offers too.
With New Zealanders tending to struggle with Asian names, many foreign students give themselves a new one to help fit in.
A miserable weekend didn't dampen the delicious food found at The Harbour House Cafe in Whitianga.
It was supposed to be a paddle race - so what was an electric boat doing there?
"Every time a new sculpture is unveiled in the city there's been a spike, people are drawn to it."
REVIEW: The Mighty River Harmony Chorus shows off its barbershop harmonies at St Paul's Collegiate School.
Works by New Zealand's most coveted artist are among a multitude of treasures on offer.
It was unadulterated pleasure as thousands of people flocked to the New Zealand Motorhome, Caravan and Leisure Show.
At 15, Trevor Kelly ran away from his home to join the circus. Now he's created his very own circus and is touring the Waikato.
Local body elections, Ranfurly Shield match, and a barbershop quartet. This is the top 5 things to do this weekend.
Sade Morrison-Kaipara's mum died during AIMS Games, but that didn't stop the 13 year old from playing on.
Exciting new additions to Lake Karapiro were tested and approved by Waipa mayor Jim Mylchreest last week.
Scallop heaven, ABs test match and a real medieval battle!
Argentina's fans headed to Civic Square to welcome the Pumas to Hamilton.
The Hamilton Light Horse Club is celebrating its 75th birthday.
"On my first day, I arrived at the office and it was bare. There was no handover, I wasn't told about any situations at all, there was no paperwork, nothing."
The initiative lets high school students design, build and then race their own electric vehicles on a circuit track.
"There's always been the service station, there's always been the Kentucky Fried Chicken over there, and this place. It's a part of normality."