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Fatal crash: Man hands himself in

5:01 PM  Driver who fled the scene of a fatal crash says he was drunk at the time and "must pay".

'The gloves are off' video

Karina Andrews went to court to get her name suppression lifted, after being sexually assaulted as a child by her ...

5:53 PM  Daughter of Air Force rapist "disgusted" the NZDF is asking another victim to pay costs.

Son's life cut short

5:36 PM  Almost three months after the death of her child, Kelly Groves still cries everyday.

Defence Force pulls out of Pride video

5:43 PM  A ban on police uniforms sees the military pull out of Auckland's Pride Parade.

Should Smithy get the SOS? video

Desperate times call for desperate measures as the All Blacks limp to the end of 2018.

Hilary Barry 'unhappy' at Newshub

Barry's revealed her unlikely confidante was her former More FM Breakfast show host.

national

Dash cam captures near miss video

A car narrowly missed an oncoming truck on Monday morning near the   Lower Nihotupu Dam.

An Auckland driver narrowly missed a truck in 'ridiculous' manouevre caught on camera.

Early education vision outlined

5 min ago  Teacher to child ratios and pay parity are some of the issues addressed in the Government's early childhood education draft plan.

Snow at Arthurs Point near Queenstown on Monday morning.

Snow and hail pelt the South Island

11 min ago  Summer might be just around the corner, but so is another blast of cold as snow warnings remain in force.

    Eleven and 12-year-old girls took part in a "cutting club" where they hurt themselves then posted pictures of their self ...

    Worrying rise of girls self-harming

    Girls as young as 11 and 12 were involved in a club where they posted pictures of self-harm on social media.

    Ogled, groped, locked in cage video

    Mariya Taylor was young and fit; the Air Force seemed attractive. In 1985 she joined up and completed basic training.

    Mariya Taylor is speaking out after battling an Air Force rapist - and the Defence Force.

    Axe murderer 'will snap again'

    Convicted murderer John Ericson was released from prison in September and has spent time living in a Christchurch flat.

    Wife killer John Ericson is trying, again, to clear his name. But the family of his victim just want him to go away.

    Kiwi teen's 500k following video

    10112018 Feature Photo: JASON DORDAY/STUFF Rapper LORDSEEZ. He is a 17-year-old West Auckland rapper who never went to ...

    Lordseez is a gangster-turned-rapper. The Auckland teenager has gone all in on forging a music career.

    120 seconds that changed everything

    Isa Nacewa's career is one full of titles, personal accolades, and a sense of what could have been.

    Former Auckland rugby player opens up about the eligibility drama that became synonymous with his New Zealand rugby career.

    world

    Trump won't listen to tape

    Donald Trump still believes the Saudi crown prince had nothing to do with Jamal Khashoggi's killing.

    4:52 PM  Donald Trump still believes the Saudi crown prince had nothing to do with Jamal Khashoggi's killing.

    Iceland's president cools pizza ban talk video

    Gudni Johannesson says sorry to Canadians for his disparaging comments about the controversial Hawaii topping.

    At 182 metres, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's bronze figure is the largest statue in the world.

    India's huge statue seen from space video

    At 182 metres, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's bronze figure is the largest statue in the world.

    business

    NZ Post apologises for delay

    19112018 photo Alden Williams/Stuff

Sharon Henderson has had her e-commerce goods delivered late by NZ Post, meaning ...

    5:10 PM  YouShop hold-up not part of a wider problem, NZ Post insists.

    NZX 'capital gains tax' fear

    Brokers and NZX worry tax change that disadvantaged direct investing could force firms 'offshore'.

    David Cormack said there should be a Small Business Ombudsman.

    Where's our $100k?

    Small business chasing six-figure bill.

    technology

    Is TripAdvisor still useful? video

    TripAdvisor emerged in 2000.

    Just because TripAdvisor falls short from time to time is no reason to toss it aside.

    'Something went wrong': Facebook down

    The social media site crashes, and users panic that they may have to "go outside."

    Nelson Tane Rameka has launched two start ups - the second one to help promote the first, and other new Kiwi start ups.

    Start me up

    Looking for ways to promote his job site, Tane Rameka launched a second start up.

    homed

    At home with a cartoonist

    Three time winner of Cartoonist of the Year at New Zealand media awards, Sharon Murdoch is the first woman to hold a ...

    Sharon Murdoch lives in Mount Cook, Wellington, with her family, cats and dog.

    Win a $400 room refresh

    Three lucky Stuff members will be able to give a room a new look.

    Pics of Elworthy home in Wairarapa. For Dec issue of NZ House & Garden Nov 17 onsale. Check with editor before reuse.

    Scandi in the Wairarapa gallery video

    A flood-prone 1920s villa was moved two kilometres and given a brave makeover with white paint.

    life & style

    Can I still be a housewife?

    Meryl Streep leads a fun life as a divorced woman in the film It's Complicated.

    OPINION: I'm not a cougar or a single mother. But can I still be a housewife if I'm no longer married?

    Coffee or tea? It's in your genes video

    Your choice of a morning cuppa could be the result of your genes.

    Note to schools: Fathers are just as much a part of the 'parent community' as mothers.

    Why aren't dads on class email lists?

    OPINION: In these so-called modern times, the administrative burden of family life is still directed to and taken on by women.

    well & good

    Strangers' truth darkly compelling video

    Three Identical Strangers draws you into this fascinating mystery from the opening moments and will leave you ...

    REVIEW: An amazing and outrage-inducing look at an unfortunate experiment.

    High intensity training needed

    Football referees cover about 10km per game.

    Pick of the Litter follows five labrador puppies as they undertake a rigorous guide dog training programme.

    Doco examines guide dog training video

    REVIEW: For fans of doggy derring do and winsome whelps, this delivers plenty of delights.

    food & wine

    A short history of corkscrews video

    The only corkscrew patent from New Zealand was made in 1945 by James Alexander Mason.

    Many have tried, many have failed. The search for the perfect corkscrew has taken many twists and turns.

    Cheat's smoked salmon

    There's no point pretending otherwise – this dish is simply one of the best things you can eat.

    Triple berry bundt cake

    Have we reached peak avocado?

    nz farmer

    M. bovis payments hit $6.1m

    $6.1m has been paid out to Southland farmers in the wake of M. bovis. (File photo)

    6:00 PM  Southland farmers affected by cattle disease M bovis have been paid out $6.1 million but that number is expected to climb.

    Mānuka planting goes up a gear video

    5:03 PM  Honey producer Comvita and investment company MyFarm have joined forces in a mānuka plantation partnership.

    Young people fill pig pens

    A2 director fee rise video

    entertainment

    Mortal Engines: Aucks v Wgtn video

    Mortal Engines is scheduled to open in NZ cinemas on December 6.

    5:07 PM  Sir Peter Jackson, Christian Rivers and Philippa Boyens weigh in on who would win in a Kiwi battle of the traction cities.

    Strangers' truth darkly compelling video

    REVIEW: An amazing and outrage-inducing look at an unfortunate experiment.

    The cast of Shortland Street: The Musical entertain theatre fans.

    Shorty musical hits the right note video

    Is Shortland Street the quintessential Kiwi musical we’ve been craving?

    travel

    10 prettiest islands in the Med video

    Tinos is a Greek island situated in the Aegean Sea, located in the Cyclades archipelago.

    They say good things come in small packages. Here are 10 beautiful islands in the Med.

    Huge statue seen from space video

    At 182 metres, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's bronze figure is the largest statue in the world.

    TripAdvisor emerged in 2000.

    Is TripAdvisor still useful? video

    Just because TripAdvisor falls short from time to time is no reason to toss it aside.

    motoring

    Car tech talks to traffic lights video

    V2X is when your car can talk to infrastructure, like traffic lights. But talking to other vehicles (V2V) is also important.

    When your car can talk to the traffic lights ahead, you may never have to wait for a green again.

    Jaguar makes F-Type rally car video

    Modified F-Types pay homage to classic rally-winning XK120 of 1948.

    Aston Martin's DBX SUV is now undergoing testing. But still in disguise.

    New cars for 2019: A-H video

    What might be the Top Cars of next year? Let's take a look, from A-H.

    stuff nation

    Single-sex schools are not OK stuff nation

    "If we put boys and girls in a classroom together it would normalise their interaction to the point that girls are seen ...

    Students need to be prepared for every part of the outside world, and co-ed education is the only way to do that.

    Please value our teaching stuff nation

    I want a quality of life that gives me time for family and weekends.

    New Zealand, we all need to slow down on our roads. (File photo)

    Kiwi drivers, slow down stuff nation

    As a truck driver, I see the consequences of stupid driving every day. The carnage on our roads has to stop.

    sport

    'Drop it Reado': Stockdale video

    Ireland players mob Jacob Stockdale (C) after his try in their 16-9 win over the All Blacks.

    Ireland fear no-one in world rugby, and they weren't afraid to show it against the All Blacks, star wing says.

    Farrell has the ABs' number video

    Ireland's defence guru adds another chapter to his remarkable record against the All Blacks.

    Are we reaching a point where Richie Mo'unga, right, needs to start at first five-eighth ahead of Beauden Barrett?

    All Blacks need an overhaul video

    OPINION: If the ABs want to kick, they probably need Richie Mo'unga rather than Beauden Barrett at 10.

    opinion

    Can I still be a housewife?

    Meryl Streep leads a fun life as a divorced woman in the film It's Complicated.

    OPINION: I'm not a cougar or a single mother. But can I still be a housewife if I'm no longer married?

    Peacocke should nurture nature

    The Waikato River with Hammond bush on the right and a key part of the proposed Amberfield area on the left.

    OPINION: Developing Hamilton south without leading to local extinction of bats is a difficult but important challenge.

    Why aren't dads on class email lists?

    Note to schools: Fathers are just as much a part of the 'parent community' as mothers.

    OPINION: In these so-called modern times, the administrative burden of family life is still directed to and taken on by women.

    All Blacks need an overhaul video

    Are we reaching a point where Richie Mo'unga, right, needs to start at first five-eighth ahead of Beauden Barrett?

    OPINION: If the ABs want to kick, they probably need Richie Mo'unga rather than Beauden Barrett at 10.

    good reads

    The anti-bucket list

    Having your luggage lost - not fun.

    OPINION: 15 things you never want to go through when on the road.

    A short history of corkscrews video

    The only corkscrew patent from New Zealand was made in 1945 by James Alexander Mason.

    Many have tried, many have failed. The search for the perfect corkscrew has taken many twists and turns.

    Farewell to a war hero

    Harry Russell, who was awarded an immediate Military Cross medal for his bravery in Vietnam, has died aged 89.

    A war hero who jeopardised his own personal safety to protect others has died aged 89. 

    NZDF victims 'failed' by courts video

    Mariya Taylor say the Defence Force lawyers made her "feel like a criminal" on the witness stand, as they argued against ...

    The treatment of the victims of Air Force predator Sergeant Robert Roper has been criticised by QC.

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    NZDF victims 'failed' by courts video

    Mariya Taylor say the Defence Force lawyers made her "feel like a criminal" on the witness stand, as they argued against ...

    The treatment of the victims of Air Force predator Sergeant Robert Roper has been criticised by QC.

    Predator sergeant's jailhouse shadow video

    Working as a driver at Whenuapai air base, Mariya Taylor was repeatedly assaulted by  Sergeant Robert Roper.

    Servicewoman was locked in a cage and sexually assaulted. Now the Defence Force and the jailed officer who attacked her are demanding $200K.

    Ogled, groped and locked in a cage video

    Mariya Taylor was young and fit; the Air Force seemed attractive. In 1985 she joined up and completed basic training.

    Mariya Taylor is speaking out after battling an Air Force rapist - and the Defence Force.

    Sexual abuse commonplace in NZ

    A new survey shows sexual harassment and assault is 'ubiquitous' in Kiwi women's lives.

    "I've lost count of the number of times I have been cat called on the street and touched inappropriately at bars."

    oddstuff

    Seal does the worm video

    Owha the leopard seal is "very curious", but not aggressive to humans.

    Owha the leopard seal can be distinguished by her spots, scars - and distinctive dance moves.

    TV review: Dad's in Heaven with Nixon

    Dad's In Heaven With Nixon explores the unusual world of autistic artist Chris Murray, left, and his family life.

    An engrossing documentary explores the world of men who are utterly devoted to living that Santa life.

    Man shouts 'Heil Hitler' in theatre

    A patron's outburst during a production of Fiddler on the Roof sent panicked people running for the exits.

    Outburst came during intermission for musical Fiddler on the Roof.

    Special message for Wellington

    It's four years since the Duke of Wellington Tony Catford died, and the Duchess of Wellington Margaret Austin  marked ...

    The memory of self-appointed Duke of Wellington is being shared in the city.

    Parenting

    Jessica Chastain's secret baby

    Jessica Chastain reportedly has a daughter, who was delivered via a surrogate.

    The actress and her husband have reportedly become parents to a daughter.

    Mail-order books in the 80s

    What would body language expert Allan Pease say scoffing apples communicates? 11-year-old Leah McFall would know.

    A catalogue book club delivered parcels – and crucial knowledge – to this small-town girl in the 1980s.

    Raising boys in #MeToo age video

    Vincent, 9, is growing up in the #MeToo era.

    Girls can do anything, right - but what about boys? Why do parents still get sideways looks when their boys wear a dress, or play with a doll?

    Are toddlers' classes worth it?

    Sophie Harvey, 4, takes Irish dancing, swimming and athletics classes each week.

    Preschoolers can now take classes in soccer, rugby, yoga, hip hop, private tennis lessons and Irish dancing. But are they Just preying on busy parents?

    kiwi traveller

    Melbourne: 'A city of dreamcatchers' video

    Gray at St Kilda.

    The live music capital of the world is the perfect home for an aspiring talent manager.

    Readers' travel photos video

    I am a vet nursing student who loves to travel and I just went on a trip to Raratonga where I was volunteering in a ...

    Do you have a holiday snap that you'd like to share with the world? Be in to win a Fujifilm camera!

    Ask an expert: Costa Rica

    National parks cover nearly a third of the county.

    With active volcanoes, cloud forests and diverse wildlife, Costa Rica is an ecotourist's dream.

    Spiritual India has it all stuff nation video

    Sampa - we fed her cane, washed her, sat on her while she pelted water all over us.

    The immense country is both nothing and everything, and leaves tourists speechless.

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