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Aaron Smith musters response gallery

OPINION: It was a tough week for the All Black, but he ended it in impressive fashion.

Rampant ABs win gallery video

All Blacks wing Rieko Ioane scored two tries in the victory over the Wallabies in Sydney

Wallabies finish with four straight tries, but rampant All Blacks still win Bledisloe I easily.

How the All Blacks rated gallery

It's hard to fault many All Blacks after a record first half performance against Wallabies.

Powerball jackpots to $14 million

Powerball jackpots, but two lucky punters take home winnings from striking Lotto Strike.

Quake rattles central North Island

4.6-magnitude earthquake that struck near Palmerston North widely felt.

The All Blacks' perfect half

OPINION: Not since the 1995 World Cup final has a test had such a bizarre lead-up.

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national

Cop, dog 'pulled from under car'

The scene on Dee St, Invercargill, where a police officer and dog were hurt as a spiked car came to a halt.

A policeman and dog went under a car as officers tried to subdue a driver in Invercargill.

Search goes on for missing men

There were 101 people involved with the search and rescue operation in Tongariro National Park on Saturday.

Jodeci Day, 6, was hit by ute on Highbury Ave and her mum Casey Bush is now calling for more school sings down the road.

Call for warning signs

The mother of a young girl hit by ute while walking home from school is calling for more signage.

Video

Rampant ABs win easily

Wallabies finish with four straight tries, but rampant All Blacks still win Bledisloe I easily.

Politics

What's up with Nats, ponytails?

While campaigning Paula Bennett met New Plymouth teenager Charlie Godwin who was cutting her hair for donation to charity.

With ponytail in hand, this National Party minister had permission.

The front bench breakdown

As the politicians hit the campaign trail, Stuff's political reporters give their breakdown on the National and Labour front benches.

Dunedin Hospital

Hospital protest for PM video

PM rushed out a side entrance of Dunedin Hospital when protesters stormed an announcement of a $1 billion rebuild.

world

500 neo-Nazis at Berlin demo

Far-right activists demonstrate in Berlin to commemorate the suicide of Germany's former Deputy Fuehrer Rudolph Hess 30 ...

3 min ago  Far-right extremists begin a march in Germany on the 30th death anniversary of top Nazi's death.

Killer crocs on hit list

"Problem" crocs up to 6m long with a taste for fishermen are fair game, Malaysia rules.

A police officer patrols on Las Ramblas following yesterday's terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain.

Hunt for Barcelona van driver

The van driver is yet to be identified, but Spanish police say it's unlikely he was one of the five suspects shot dead.

business

'Don't put 5G at risk'

Excitement about 5G is growing, though details of exactly what it will be are yet to be finalised.

Government could end up in the same 'invidious position' it faces in the fixed-lined market, says Spark boss.

Capital's motorcyclists sidelined

OPINION: Mike O'Donnell thinks Wellington's council is missing a beat when it comes to transport trends.

Motorcentral has a strong grip on independent dealers that aren't allied to manufacturers' franchised chains, and who ...

Trade Me Motors 'throttle' fear

Autotrader says Trade Me software move could steer car dealers away from competitors.

technology

How to see the solar eclipse

Nasa has teamed up with US researchers to send balloons 24,384 metres up to capture the solar eclipse as it crosses the US.

Sadly, NZ won't get to see the greatest show in the solar system in person – but we can still watch live.

Landline lovers, rejoice

Google and Amazon's smart speakers are reviving the humble landline.

Apple CEO Tim Cook: "Equating [white supremacists and those who oppose them] runs counter to our ideals as Americans."

Apple boss blasts Trump

"Hate is a cancer," says Tim Cook, before pledging to donate US$2m to groups battling white supremacists.

homed

Be inspired by Prince's purple gallery

Pantone's latest colour, Love Symbol #2, was created in honor of the international icon, Prince.

Looking to update your interiors with a touch of "Love Symbol #2"? Take a look at our gallery.

The best plants for bees video

Want to celebrate World Honey Bee Day (August 19) by planting bee-friendly flowers? Best steer away from red blooms.

Sarah Gandy relaxes on her hanging chair.

At my place: Sarah Gandy

Take a look inside the radio host's cosy West Auckland home.

life & style

Fancy a slice of Di's wedding cake?

A piece of wedding cake from the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1981, at the Olympia International Fine ...

"It's a 36-year-old fruitcake, and it looks really bad."

What your dog thinks about you

"I'd rather spend half-an-hour with my nose in the compost heap than enduring a single moment more of Friends from College, says Clandy the dog.

Hallister Senn reads the reply from the Tooth Fairy.

Tooth Fairy's reply to cheeky boy

When 8-year-old Hallister Senn recently wrote a letter to the tooth fairy demanding more money, he didn't expect the response he got.

well & good

Men who eat this smell hotter

Another reason to eat your fruit and veg: diet affects the odour-attraction factor.

What we eat doesn't simply determine our internal health, it may determine our sexual attractiveness to the opposite sex.

Danger of leaving bottles in car video

Firefighters are alerting drivers to the risks of leaving bottled water in their vehicles, warning that they could start a fire.

“My mother was delighted to see me on a flying visit home.”

David Downs goes 'platinum'

I guess with all this metal inside me I might be able to set off the scanners at the airport.

nz farmer

Woman first to win grower crown

Te Puke fruit grower Erin Atkinson is the first woman to win the Young Grower of the Year title.

Erin Atkinson is the first woman to win the Young Grower of the Year title in its 11-year history.

Japan tariffs hit NZ beef

The outlook for the primary sector is positive overall in Rabobank's summary of the market.

Cheese factory rises from fire

Pollen, Psa evidence in court

entertainment

Singer blasted for 'victim-blaming'

"Brown is sending out a very dangerous message to both survivors and abusers by relieving himself of responsibility for ...

"Chris Brown is sending out a very dangerous message to both survivors and abusers by relieving himself of responsibility for his actions."

Hidden message in resignation letter

Donald Trump's entire arts council just quit - and they placed a secret message in their mass resignation letter.

Take it from Tina Fey and get yourself a sheet cake: "Sheetcaking is a grass-roots movement."

Tina Fey's cake takedown video

Not everyone is laughing at Tina Fey and her sheet cake message.

travel

Wheelchair-friendly destinations

For those with mobility issues, cobblestones and pavements are some of the many issues they have to consider when ...

Not everywhere caters for mobility issues but these spots suit travellers with their own wheels.

Sleepy Twizel a true Kiwi spot

OPINION: With little light pollution, it has one of the clearest night skies in the world.

This boy and his father offered tourists rides on horses along Natadola Beach in Fiji, where  I stayed there in April. ...

Readers' best travel photos

Do you have a holiday snap that you'd like to share with the world?

motoring

Electric car runs on $10 a week video

Nathan Murrell says his Nissan Leaf is "dirt cheap" to run, and loves Wellington's hills.

Owner sings praises as electric vehicle numbers in Wellington double in a year.

Ducati resurrection works

New Ducati can do it all - and do it well.

The facelifted Mazda2 GLX, which is available with a choice of six-speed manual and six-speed automatic.

Little Mazda does it manually

Classy little hatchback is a fun car with extra driver involvement required.

stuff nation

Will Labour help me live? stuff nation

I have a rare and fatal disease - I want to know if Labour is planning on funding treatment for people like me.

I have a rare and fatal disease - I want to know if Labour is planning on funding treatment for people like me.

Walking in rainy Wellington stuff nation

It was a dreary day, but that only made the colours pop more.

We want more for Aotearoa; not just to be tolerant but to understand where queer oppression comes from.

We must unlearn bigotry stuff nation

Young people are dying because of the discrimination they face. Society has to change.

sport

Bond takes it up a gear

Hamish Bond had long dabbled in cycling, as had many of his rowing team-mates, as part of a low-impact form of crosstraining

Double Olympic champion makes significant step in special quest to hit the top in his second sport.

Kerr's kick snatches Counties win

A last minute penalty, then solid defence resulted in a 16-14 win for Counties over Auckland.

Charlie Ngatai scores for Taranaki against Waikato.

Taranaki survive late scare

Taranaki hold on for narrow victory over a desperate Waikato in New Plymouth.

opinion

When does the Trump train stop?

US President Donald Trump talks about the violence in Charlottesville during a media conference at Trump Tower in New York.

OPINION: The Trump presidency has crossed into very dangerous territory.

Brickbat for Turei, bouquet for Ardern

Metiria Turei's implosion from a poorly judged and executed political campaign was the worst I've seen, writes Duncan Garner.

OPINION: Winners and losers, the buffoons and the brilliant: the best and worst of the last Parliament.

Capital's motorcyclists sidelined

Motorcycles use a fraction of the fuel cars do, take up less parking space - so why the lack of love?.

OPINION: Mike O'Donnell thinks Wellington's council is missing a beat when it comes to transport trends.

Prosperity for the few

The incomes of wealthy New Zealanders have doubled in the two decades since 1985, while the incomes of the poor have ...

OPINION: We're the most prosperous country in the world, but few of us get to enjoy it.

Black Hands

'Not guilty'

David Bain's long-standing and staunch supporter, Joe Karam.

The night David Bain was acquitted, I ended up in a Joe Karam headlock.

The case that divides the nation

David Bain leaves Dunedin police station under police escort to court to be charged with the murders of his father, ...

The Bain case is the most divisive in New Zealand’s criminal history. Why?

'The Perfect Family'

The Bain family pictured about two or three years before the shootings.

The dark secrets of the Bain family revealed in Stuff’s new podcast series.

What's a podcast?

Martin van Beynen spent years re-investigating the Bain family murders for the Black Hands podcast.

A free, easy and popular way to listen to audio.

good reads

John Safran v everybody

Satirist John Safran has found the humour in Australian racists and would-be Jihadists.

Australian satirist John Safran sees clowns to the left of him and jokers to the right.

Diane Keaton on Woody Allen

Diane Keaton is 71. Her latest film is a romantic comedy called Hampstead. She has made more than 50 films.

Stephanie Bunbury meets Diane Keaton in London’s Soho Hotel to talk about grey hair, anxiety, and her new romcom.

Is NZ really becoming less equal?

Our attitudes to inequality are changing while actual inequality stays mostly even.

Concern about inequality is through the roof, but actual inequality isn't. So why do we feel like it is?

Chance to think inside Square

New buildings are aimed at enlivening the square.

How can life be attracted back to Christchurch's Cathedral Square?

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oddstuff

Baby flamingo too hot to trot video

Squish, born from an abandoned egg, needs handmade booties to walk outside.

Squish, born from an abandoned egg, wears handmade blue booties to walk outside.

First US eclipse since 1918 video

School children wearing protective glasses pose for photographers outside The Royal Observatory during a partial solar ...

Just like storm chasers run after tornadoes, this group get an adrenaline rush from an eclipse.

Tui Glen Reserve to be transformed?

The Moths and Butterfly New Zealand Trust want to build a national butterfly centre in Tui Glen Reserve.

West Auckland could be the resting place of a national butterfly centre, after moth and butterfly experts floated the idea.

A rare white moose is on the loose video

Flabbergasted hunters who come across the ghost moose are choosing to let them live.

Flabbergasted hunters who come across the ghost moose are choosing to let them live.

Parenting

Holidays with other people's kids

Going on holiday with your friends or family member's kids can be challenging. And rewarding.

OPINION: After 13 years of tagging along on getaways with other people's kids, I have a few tips to consider before jetting off.

Left in the dark about vaccines

A new Growing Up in New Zealand report has shown less than half of pregnant women were given information about ...

A lack of information is discouraging many pregnant Kiwi women from immunising their children.

Weirdest stuff at the Baby Show

Arc Assistant.

Fancy a picture of the Lion King painted on your pregnant belly?

Clarks slammed for sexist shoes

Their "Dolly Babe" range for girls and "Leader" range for boys have left UK shoppers outraged.

Their "Dolly Babe" range for girls and "Leader" range for boys have left UK shoppers outraged.

kiwi traveller

Readers' best travel photos

This boy and his father offered tourists rides on horses along Natadola Beach in Fiji, where  I stayed there in April. ...

Do you have a holiday snap that you'd like to share with the world?

Sleepy Twizel a true Kiwi spot

One of the best ways to explore the canals and lakes around Twizel is by bike.

OPINION: With little light pollution, it has one of the clearest night skies in the world.

Help for Kiwi MPs in Canberra video

What's that flag?

If there's one thing New Zealanders love more than pineapple lumps, it's (seemingly) politics.

Backpacker life in the 90s versus now

Remember sending huge long group emails to all of your family and friends (from your Hotmail account), telling them ...

You set up Hotmail to keep in touch and listened to a Discman on your Contiki tour.

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