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How Korean war would play out video

9:39 AM  ANALYSIS: There is only one way this war ends: With N Korea's defeat. But at what cost?

Live: English speaks

Bill English talks about National's future.

6 min ago  National leader talks about the party's next steps as the race to woo NZ First goes on.

Labour's coalition maneuvering

9:46 AM  Labour looks to hold separate talks with Greens and NZ First on coalition.

US: 'We haven't declared war' video

9:31 AM  North Korea says Trump has declared war. "Absurd," says the White House.

The 'face of poverty' video

Lynlie Beazley has $22 a week left for food. It's been two years since she ate fresh fruit or veges.

Winston's home remote yet exposed

It's so isolated you get to it by a footbridge - still, it hasn't given him the peace he hoped for.

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national

Downpours, gales hammer NZ

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Wellington rain and wind weather

8:32 AM  Motorists warned, windows blown out as gales picked to gust to 130kmh with heavy rain.

Doctor loses citizenship fight

Robert Taylor didn't mention a sex offence arrest when he applied to be a Kiwi.

The Highway is closed in both directions following the crash.

Man dead after crash

A man has died and another person taken to hospital with serious injuries after a three-car crash in Kumeu, West Auckland.

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mother! It's the environment, stupid!

Jennifer Lawrence admits when she first read the script she thought the writer-director had "severe psychological problems".

politics

What's Winston doing?

Winston Peters' Whananaki home where he was staying until heading back to Auckland on Monday morning in preparation for ...

While he'll talk with his colleagues, NZ First leader in no rush to go into government talks.

English's chief of staff quits

National leader Bill English's chief of staff Wayne Eagleson has resigned.

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New MP Duncan Webb arrives at Parliament.

New MPs' first day of school video

It's the first day of school for 32 new MPs, but they've got a gym, a restaurant, a bar and $160,000 a year to help them settle in.

world

Kidnap plot a sham - lawyer

Chloe Ayling has told Italian police she was held captive for six days last month after being lured to a photoshoot.

Lawyer for a man accused of being part of plot to kidnap British model, says case was a sham.

Trump revels in NFL battle video

US President reiterates his criticism of NFL players who knelt during the national anthem.

Eileen Creamer outside the Supreme Court in Melbourne in 2011, where she was sentenced to 11 years' jail for killing her ...

Husband killed over demands

A grandmother who beat her husband to death with an African club after he demanded group sex is fighting to stay in Australia.

business

Chart: How much Kiwis earn

From 2013 to 2016, the average weekly spend for a household increased by $190 a week.

We're earning about $10,000 than we were a decade ago - but that's eaten up by rising expenses.

A warning to innovators

OPINION: Uber was genius but long term, a company's brand relies heavily on its reputation.

The coffee industry asserts the levels of the chemical acrylamide in coffee are harmless.

A warning with your coffee

8:44 AM  Call for California coffee manufacturers and retailers to post warnings about cancer-causing chemical.

technology

iPhone 8: Where's the hype? video

People try the iPhone 8 Plus at the Apple Orchard Shop in Singapore.

Poor reviews have killed interest in the latest iPhone, with few people keen to line up outside Apple stores.

Biggest disruption since iPhone

Electric cars could be about to pull the same trick on Big Oil that Apple did on the mobile phone industry.

We have Roald Dahl to thank for gremlins.

Gremlins in your gadgets

They're here to stay until big companies address their cruft problems and make better design choices for users.

homed

Orient Express reno wows

The new Venice Suite features damask silk and Murano glass.

9:33 AM  We can but dream - the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is getting an extraordinary makeover.

What not to spend money on

If your house isn't your 'forever home' think twice about before adding that swimming pool, say real estate agents.

These shortcuts will turn your weekly clean from a dreaded chore to a quick and easy task.

How to cut your cleaning time

8:20 AM  Try these five shortcuts to ease the pain of your weekly house-cleaning routine.

life & style

Celeb's plea for 'mean kid' tales

Chrissy Teigen clearly isn't the only mum having to deal with her kid being mean to her.

12 min ago  After what was clearly a rough day, Chrissy Teigen asked other mums to share their tales of woe. And boy, did they deliver.

7 habits to keep weight off

Losing weight is hard, but keeping it off can be even harder. Here's how to stay on track.

Victoria Beckham shows us the right way to do casual chic.

Victoria Beckham's simple style

The Spice Girl turned designer has nailed the casual chic look. Here's how you can get it, too.

well & good

Dreams that mean you're stressed

Not being prepared for a test indicates you're not coping.

Dreaming of tigers or your teeth falling out?

7 habits to keep weight off

Losing weight is hard, but keeping it off can be even harder. Here's how to stay on track.

Kerry McGrath wants to live her dream and travel the country in her house bus. But she needs some help to do so.

Battling a trio of cancers video

Kerry McGrath just wants to get to living in her gypsy house bus but cancer won't let her.

food & wine

Welcome spring with a tasty salad

Recipe and styling by Bernadette Hogg

Refreshing, quick and perfect for the warmer months.

How to eat fried chicken

No need to be alarmed, but it's highly likely you've been eating those Buffalo wings all wrong.

Novelty or nutritional?

Get fancy with fish kebabs

nz farmer

The 8 million dollar dairyman

Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings was under fire two years ago when it was revealed he earned $5m.

Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings had a freeze in pay in 2015, but there's been a large scale thaw since.

Planting scheme just the start

Taranaki's regional council says it won't stand still on further improvements to water quality.

Fonterra profit falls, revenue up

Wax-eye massacre by heron

entertainment

Mother! It's the environment!

mother! is about our relationship with the environment, Darren Aronofsky has revealed.

9:41 AM  Jennifer Lawrence admits when she first read the script she thought the writer-director had "severe psychological problems".

Clooney blasts Trump claims

"The idea that I'm the 'Hollywood elite' and this guy who takes a s... in a gold toilet is the man of the people is laughable."

Polly says her brush with Work and Income was humbling.

A humility different from mine

9 min ago  OPINION: You talked about feeling humble, Polly. I don't think that word means what you think it means.

travel

Shop with Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah Jessica Parker's listing is one of several Airbnb "social impact experiences" being offered in New York by ...

3 min ago  Airbnb launches an experience to go shoe-shopping in New York with the Sex and the City star.

Paradise - yours for $356m

A vast swathe of this Hawaiian island is up for grabs, but there's a catch.

You will get a bird's eye view of The Golden Gate Bridge.

Shortest flight in the US

9:44 AM  Just 16 minutes in the air in this new route flying from Sonoma County to San Francisco.

motoring

Hot hobby

Preston Brunell has a life-long love of hot rods.

Nelson man Preston Brunell has got plenty of mileage from his lifelong love of custom cars.

Leon Cupra plain good fun

Seat has arrived in NZ. We get a first taste of the brand's new hot-hatch on local roads

A major gridlocked road that now past the prehistoric monument in southwest England will be shifted underground.

Stonehenge tunnel approved

17 min ago  Route of planned tunnel near World Heritage site altered so it won't impede views of the sun during winter solstice.

stuff nation

Saving Jose the tabby stuff nation

Jose became part of our family when he was abandoned by his old owners.

Jose became part of our family when he was abandoned by his old owners.

Luna, the precocious pup stuff nation

Six-month-old French bulldog Luna knows exactly how cute she is and loves nothing more than posing for a snap or five.

A view so stunning it almost looks like a painting.

Those hazy, lazy days of summer stuff nation

I stopped to take in the view by Waiau Ferry Bridge on a balmy evening and became happily caught up in the hushed beauty.

sport

Parker targets KO bout next

Joseph Parker struggled for long periods to hunt down the elusive Hughie Fury and land the big blows in Manchester.

Kiwi heavyweight eyes up next fight options with only a $10m offer expected to perk Duco's interest in a Fury rematch.

NFL protest spreads to MLB video

9:35 AM  Baseball catcher kneels for the national anthem in an act of pro sport solidarity against Donald Trump.

Joseph Parker holds up his belt after his successful defence of the WBO Heavyweight World Title.

WBO VP backs Parker win video

8:25 AM  "Just because the score was wide, doesn't mean it wasn't close," WBO vice president says of Fury fight.

opinion

A Green dilemma video

Green Party leader James Shaw - looking sideways at a deal with the Nats.

A crushing election result has ironically made the Greens more powerful than they've ever been, if they want to be.

A truly bitter blow

Te Ururoa Flavell concedes to Tamati Coffey

OPINION: Te Ururoa Flavell and Marama Fox were truly independent voices for Māoridom. Their voices will no longer be heard.

A 'dead cat' masterstroke

National finance spokesman Steven Joyce made a calculated play against Labour with his bogus claim of an $11.7b hole in ...

ANALYSIS: National's $11b Labour attack was a move straight out of a smelly, but successful, political playbook.

Economy needs stable politics

ANZ chief economist Cameron Bagrie says the economy is "running below trend".

OPINION: If New Zealand has reached peaks in tourism and construction, is it time to worry about the economy?

special projects

Facing the 'downhill slide'

11092017 News Photo ANDY JACKSON/STUFF.  The Ticking Timebomb, a series looking at the rising issues of Alzheimers ...

He's forgotten how to peel potatoes but fears forgetting his children most.

Killer chemicals: Part 1

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Anika Tuhiwai

Inside NZ's synthetic cannabis crisis.

Killer chemicals: Part 2

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Michael (need to find out last name)

Conversations with a grieving mum and a former dealer.

Where you fit in NZ

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See how your answers compare with other Kiwis.

The Valley

The Valley

What secrets did we keep? Stuff Circuit special investigation into NZ's war in Afghanistan.

The Valley Virtual Reality

The Valley Virtual Reality.

A fully immersive VR experience with NZ troops in the Battle of Baghak in Afghanistan.

Black Hands - the sequel

David Bain at his retrial in 2009.

Canadian former Supreme Court judge Binnie has criticised the Stuff podcast Black Hands. A new episode turns back the flak.

good reads

Bill To Winston: 'Let’s Do This'

Winston Peters will play "the cards that count" with all the skill he indisputably possesses.

OPINION: Bill English, if he is wise, will clasp his newfound ally, Winston Peters, by the hand and say: "Let's do this!"

Dementia: a love story video

Liz and Tom Matiaha have been married for 50 years, a bond that has not been broken by a dementia diagnosis.

Tom Matiaha's 24 years as a soldier could not prepare him for his family's battle against a hidden foe: Alzheimer's disease.

Dementia a life-changing loss for all

Margaret Lacy with a picture of her late husband Peter.

Dementia affects tens of thousands of Kiwis, eventually taking everything from them. And the reality is devastating.

Biggest disruption since iPhone

A Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle sits parked at a charging station at the General Motors China headquarters in Shanghai.

Electric cars could be about to pull the same trick on Big Oil that Apple did on the mobile phone industry.

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'I want my pig back'

The wild pig that had been wandering around New Plymouth has been caught and will be taken to live on a farm.

A suburban sow gone wild has been caught, but her owner will huff and puff for the return of the piggy, pig, pig.

Dog rescued from harbour bridge video

The french bulldog was spotted sprinting over the Auckland Harbour Bridge before his capture.

Quick-thinking driver dives to grab pooch that made a dash up and over Auckland's Harbour Bridge.

Police report koalas gone wild

Townsville police were confronted by a pole-dancing koala.

Public indecency, stalking and fleeing from police - Queensland koalas have some serious questions to answer.

The end is nigh, profits are up

Two earthquakes, three monstrous hurricanes and the North Korean missile crisis have US survivalists convinced that the ...

Sales of freeze-dried food, gas masks and other survival equipment spike as US "preppers" get set for armageddon.

Parenting

The $1.95 school lunch

One of the 50 lunches Hamilton mum Kathrine Lynch made for $100.

Cheap, kid-friendly school lunches are not just a dream.

Becoming a dad - it's tough

Eli Finkel was one of the 25 per cent of men who suffer from postpartum depression.

This new father was surprised, and somewhat dismayed, by how much having a kid changed his life.

Guests told to breastfeed in loo

Mum not impressed by this wedding invitation.

Mum not impressed by wedding invitation suggesting she feed her baby in the ladies room.

'Donor baby' warns of pitfalls

"Emma" was only given life because of the kindness of a donor she never met. (Stock photo)

Woman conceived with donated sperm says the thought of big pharma taking hold in the assisted-reproductive process is "repulsive".

kiwi traveller

Wilderness on your doorstep

Miranda switched from PR girl to baker after her move to New Zealand.

Glaswegian Miranda Gulland loves the carefree, she'll-be-right Kiwi attitude of living in Wellington.

Room review: Victoria Hotel,Dunedin

The bedroom is decked out in modern colours in the Executive Suite at The Victoria Hotel in Dunedin.

The space is comfy and modern, but the location is prime.

Travel to learn and stay well

Travel is a fantastic way to learn. And if you're lucky enough to see a polar bear while you're at it...hey, even better.

As my fellow travellers and I explore the Russian Arctic, learning and connecting with each other, we know we're making healthy deposits into our ''wellbeing bank accounts''.

Smugshot: Readers' travel photos

These photographs were taken looking out over Brighton beach during my travels in the UK. Having visited family in ...

Send us your holiday pics and be in to win a Fujifilm X100F camera valued at $2198.

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