Barman

Chris Bush murder cold case clue

9:12 PM  New information reopens case of Waikato barman shot in pub hold-up in 1987.

Stabbed by shooter video

Bruce Howat was stabbed by Patterson when he was a police officer in Hamilton in 1983.

8:12 PM  Double murder brings back painful memories for cop stabbed by Northland gunman 33 years ago. Body burnt

Prince William quits his day job

Second-in-line to throne leaves air ambulance role and moves family to palace.

What $528 rent gets abroad

For Auckland's average you can live near New York's Central Park or splash out in Phuket.

Winston could kill ACT for good video

OPINION: If Peters gets balance of power he'll put National's play-things into the wilderness.

Family's pained wait for victims video

9:10 PM  Whanau of two women killed in shooting while doing routine repairs in a state of shock.

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national

More wintry storms could hit video

Cold Antarctic air is behind the front bringing snow to Tekapo and other parts of the South Island.

Repeated storms hitting New Zealand are part of a bigger weather pattern that is not letting up yet, forecasters say.

One dead after crash

A person has died in a three-car crash in Warkworth, about 60km north of Auckland's CBD.

The road will be closed overnight between the Devon St/Essex St intersection, and the intersection of Landcross St and ...

Street cordoned off after slip

14 min ago  A section of Devon Street in Wellington has been cordoned off and a house evacuated after a slip has come down.

Video

Kim 'killers' to plead not guilty

Accused of assassinating North Korean dictator's half-brother, women say they thought it was a harmless TV show prank.

world

Kim 'killers' to plead not guilty video

Kim Jong Nam was once the heir-apparent in North Korea, but fell out of favour after criticising his family's dynasty ...

1 min ago  Accused of assassinating North Korean dictator's half-brother, women say they thought it was a harmless TV show prank.

Fair ride crash kills 1 in the US

One person was killed and five injured in the US when a row of seats broke off a spinning ride at the Ohio State Fair.

The 22-year-old had been facing at least 20 years behind bars but has agreed to reveal the identities of others involved ...

Plea delay for 'Cocaine Cassie'

Australian woman agrees to serve six years in jail after striking plea deal, but Colombian judge opts to delay decision.

business

Amazon: better in than out

Workers process incoming items at an Amazon Fulfillment Center on Cyber Monday in Tracy, California, U.S. November 28, ...

OPINION: Sudden and serious talk that Amazon could set up shop in NZ is good news for shoppers but leaves retailers with a dilemma.

Visa crackdown worries sector

Retirement villages will lose valuable staff if overseas workers can't get visas, major operator says.

Do attitudes to migrants vary depending on where people have come from? It does appears to matter to some Kiwis.

Migration: six questions answered

Survey shows many Kiwis view Asian and European migrants through different lens.

technology

Kiwis get free antivirus software

Kaspersky said the free version was not intended to replace the paid versions of its antivirus software.

Kaspersky Lab has announced it was rolling out a free version of its antivirus software across the globe.

How to improve Windows privacy

You can decide just how much of your information Windows 10 tracks and shares.

In "art mode", the Frame displays pictures from a range of 100 pieces of digital art or your own images.

Is it a TV or a picture?

Samsung's new television which looks like a picture frame is now available in New Zealand.

homed

Home staging on the cheap

Flowers add a stylish note to any room, and you don't need to buy expensive ones.

Seven ways you can showcase your home at its best, without breaking the bank.

The big wet: garden drainage

Rain, rain won't go away? Then take steps now to improve your drainage for a healthy garden and healthy plants.

Used minimally or maximally, red and pink feels right at home.

Trendy pair: red and pink

Taking inspiration from the orient, cherry red and blossom pink make for a perfect colour pairing.

life & style

'Dead butt syndrome' is real

Even runners and cyclists can suffer from weak glute muscles, which can lead to lower back pain.

Even runners and cyclists are prone to a dead butt. Here are 5 exercises to refire your behind.

Why pay $900 for a key ring?

Key rings and bag charms that cost more than bags themselves? What madness is this?

David wearing the garb of a Jedi private hospital patient.

Did chemo shrink my tumour?

This week, David Downs receives his chemo test results - and the news is not quite what he expected.

well & good

The rise of 'dead butt syndrome'

Even runners and cyclists can suffer from weak glute muscles, which can lead to lower back pain.

Even runners and cyclists are prone to a dead butt. Here are 5 exercises to refire your behind.

3 habits linked to a longer life

New study shows even small behaviour changes can make a big difference in the long run.

David wearing the garb of a Jedi private hospital patient.

Did chemo shrink my tumour?

This week, David Downs receives his chemo test results - and the news is not quite what he expected.

food & wine

Real life GoT bakery video

Ben Hawkey, known as Hot Pie, is baking loaves in real life.

Get an actual loaf of direwolf bread from Hot Pie.

The worst hot chip crimes video

Stop overcrowding the tray and using pre-cut frozen potatoes.

Bored with tea and coffee?

Plum treats with major flavour

nz farmer

Fonterra lifts price to farmers

29062015 News Photo: Mark Taylor Fairfax NZ .
 President for Federated Farmers Waikato Chris Lewis
talks milk prices and ...

Farmers received a welcome surprise this morning as Fonterra raised its farmgate forecast.

Fitness, calving, a wilful child

Louise Giltrap is coping well with a new health regime the physical and mental demands of calving and a wilful daughter.

Farm pigs' 'life of misery' video

Plastic infests our fisheries

entertainment

How much is Hosking worth?

Broadcaster Mike Hosking says he "wouldn't have a clue" how much he's worth.

13 min ago  Maybe he's not keen on sharing his salary details but on tonight's Seven Sharp, Mike Hosking alluded to just how much he may be worth.

First Dates Australia returns

9:30 PM  Yes, it's back. And just as salacious, cheesy, boring and weird as ever.

Pop star Michael Jackson died in 2009.

MJ estate owes millions

Famous music producer wins lawsuit for royalties and production fees from Michael Jackson's estate.

travel

25 budget hotels in amazing places

Casa das Penhas Dourdas, Manteigas, Portugal.

From palaces on salt flats to a forest tree house, these are spectacular spots.

Happy Kiwiversary to me stuff nation

In 365 days, Giulia Peri has found a lot to like about her new home.

Anny said she "fought hard" to pursue her childhood dream of becoming a pilot.

Youngest female 777 pilot

Anny Divya took command of a 777, the world's largest twin jet, at the age of 30.

motoring

Ferrari offers 15-year warranty

Ferrari now offers up to 15 years of warranty coverage on its models.

Paid a fortune to buy a Ferrari? Well here's some peace of mind.

Musk shows off car elevator video

It's the first sign of tech billionaire's ambitious plan to create underground tunnels to ease traffic flow.

In Britain and France they will start to see charging outlets appearing rapidly as they have in Norway

Oil's death by electrification video

OPINION: There's an earthquake in the energy world, and the ones shaking most are the oil barons.

stuff nation

One size does not fit all stuff nation

Is it really necessary for Work and Income to enforce such an exhausting form-filling process?

The desperate people who seek help cannot and should not be pigeon-holed into the flawed solution WINZ offers.

Boston loves a lick stuff nation

If you're saying hello to Boston expect a wagging tail and plenty of smooches.

The finger trap solution is simple. Fixing our social problems may be simple too, if we tried pushing instead of pulling.

The finger trap problem stuff nation

The solution is simple. Fixing our social problems may be simple too, if we tried pushing instead of pulling.

sport

Wallabies prop joins Canes

New Hurricanes prop Toby Smith carts the ball up for Australia against Argentina at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Hurricanes say goodbye to the Tongan Bear and hello to a Wallaby.

Warriors stop Kiwis move

The former New Zealand halfback won't be released from his Warriors duties next year.

Hurricanes second five-eighth Ngani Laumape has been copping plenty of attention lately.

Laumape searching for space

Hard running Ngani Laumape is an increasingly marked man, but that might open up chances for those around him.

opinion

A disgrace disguised by dollars

The $12m spending "covers essentials for running a school of 750 students, it won't start for two years, and will ...

OPINION: $12m for Wainuiomata High School is welcome, but long overdue.

Amazon: better in than out

Workers process incoming items at an Amazon Fulfillment Center on Cyber Monday in Tracy, California, U.S. November 28, ...

OPINION: Sudden and serious talk that Amazon could set up shop in NZ is good news for shoppers but leaves retailers with a dilemma.

Why do we think love is easy?

Maybe if things are too easy, it's a sign that the relationship isn't so good after all.

OPINION: Most people don't want to admit it, but relationships are bloody hard work.

Oil's death by electrification video

In Britain and France they will start to see charging outlets appearing rapidly as they have in Norway

OPINION: There's an earthquake in the energy world, and the ones shaking most are the oil barons.

good reads

David Bain in his own words

Murder accused David Bain listens to evidence in court during the Crown vs David Bain retrial, High Court, Christchurch, ...

He's rarely addressed the evidence. How did David Bain respond to questions?

A story of two cheats

Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei.

OPINION: Whether you want to be defined by a lie can depend on the kind of lie, writes Rosemary McLeod.

The mad musical world of Tim Minchin

Matilda composer Tim Minchin - he's had a long day.

How would composer Tim Minchin describe his Matilda musical? It's "f...ing wholesome", he says.

Finally, something to argue about

Prime Minister Bill English is pulling out all the stops to avoid being in thrall to Winston Peters

OPINION: The campaign has blown in like a gale thanks to Metiria Turei, writes Vernon Small.

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oddstuff

Knife-wielding clown nabbed

Dashboard footage captures the clown - and his machete - walking down the street in Hollis, Maine.

Man dressed as a one-armed, machete-wielding clown terrifies US residents as he ran through the woods.

Where to eat, work, bathe in space video

Peek inside the cramped, chaotic and dizzying homes of humans not anchored to Earth.

Peek inside the cramped, chaotic and dizzying homes of humans not anchored to Earth.

Teacher banned for cartwheel

Lacey Sponsler says she was trying to be a cool teacher when she did the cartwheel.

A substitute teacher in the US exposed herself to students when she cartwheeled while not wearing underwear.

Periodic table gets new look

Dr Nicola Gaston's emoji periodic table is a thing of beauty.

As far as scientific breakthroughs go, the emoji periodic table is up there with splitting the atom.

Parenting

Dealing with parent burnout

Parenting stress is real - and if unresolved, can result in depression and anxiety.

Parenting stress is real - and if unresolved, can result in depression and anxiety. Here's how to get through it.

My grandma died after abortion

Abortion can be difficult to access for many New Zealand women.

OPINION: The chair of the committee charged with governing abortions has said the law is "offensive" and needs a review.

Danger of dirty breast pumps

Warning to parents: breast pumps can harbour bacteria.

Parents are being warned to be scrupulous when cleaning breast pumps, after an infant in the US contracted a deadly infection.

Cut solo mums some slack stuff nation

Not all of us are sitting around with our hands out, abusing our children and taking drugs.

I only used the benefit as a stop gap when my son was a newborn. Then I got a brain tumour, and all my plans went out the window.

kiwi traveller

Beyond Bali

Gili Meno island is perfect for divers.

Indonesia's Gili Islands are a beautiful alternative to Bali.

Quiz: Guess these airport codes

Where would you be if you were in AKL, HEL, or ATL?

Where in the world would you be if you were in AKL, HEL, or ATL?

How to avoid dreaded middle seat

If something goes awry, that someone stuck in the middle could very well be you.

If something goes awry, that someone stuck in the middle could very well be you.

Stranger saves Kiwis from deportation

Sarah and Nathan had planned to spend two days in Ukraine at the end of their three-week European trip.

The couple were "horrified" when they realised they couldn't pay for their visas at a Ukraine airport.

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