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Shot of various types of transport tickets and money. There are plans to introduce ...

Bankcards and phones will soon be the way to pay across all NZ public transport.

Mini-tornado hits Matamata video

Small twister throws a schoolboy in the air and buckles a shed.

Robbery ends with sex act

Male and female robbers said they'd give their gay victim an example of "how he should behave".

Airbnb probes boozy party

Homeowner wants to know how a 14-year-old could book a house online for 100 partying teens.

Audi CEO arrested over emissions

1:49 AM  Audi boss Rupert Stadler arrested in relation to the emissions cheating scandal.

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Nurses reject pay offer video

NZNO industrial services manager Cee Payne announces the results from the latest pay offer to nurses.

DHB responds to threat of nurse strikes after their union "strongly rejects" pay offer.

Student flat: Sewer leak and a possum

"Toxic" student flat's landlord is behind another that allegedly had an in-house possum.

A shell is all that remains of the Church Rd house in Māngere Bridge, where a 68-year-old man died on June 10.

Fire 'silent killer'

A Māngere Bridge house where a 68-year-old man died did not have working smoke alarms.

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    The gym empire that went huge

    Muscle: How Les Mills became the McDonald's of fitness

    How Les Mills became the McDonald’s of fitness.

    NZ's 100-year moose hunt

    Ten moose landed here more than 100 years ago. A few intrepid Kiwis have been searching ever since.

    Ayla Tarrant, former community manager for the Floating Foundation, was a target of Craig Koning's psychological abuse.

    Trapped in paradise

    Those close to Craig Koning call him a Pied Piper, seducing women with a tropical dream that becomes a nightmare.

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    A raid worth investigating

    NZDF reveals a legal investigation into the allegations raised by Stuff Circuit's The Valley is under way.

    OPINION: It's one of the most storied firefights in our war history, but did we tell it the right way? We deserve the truth.

    NZDF confirms SAS investigation video

    Outgoing Defence Force boss reveals investigation under way into allegations made in The Valley documentary.

    The Valley, episode 1: Enduring Freedom

    The Valley: Enduring Freedom

    NZ's military history is full of heroism and sacrifice. But what aren't we being told?

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    A real-life House of Cards drama

    The New York Times is reviewing the work history of reporter Ali Watkins.

    26-year-old New York Times reporter under scrutiny as she's accused of trading sex for secrets.

    Melania opposes Trump

    OPINION: US first lady lends her voice to those who oppose separating migrant kids from parents.

    A two-year-old Honduran asylum seeker cries as her mother is searched and detained.

    The separated kids: Their faces

    The cries of a two-year-old pierce the night at the US border. She's about to be taken from her mother.

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    Recruitment data hacked

    Travel and adventure apparel store Kathmandu emailed job applicants to warn them of a possible privacy breach on Monday ...

    Kiwis who applied for jobs with Jetstar and Kathmandu may have had their data accessed by hackers. 

    Why civil servants want to strike

    What is driving public service staff to strike?

    The country's first chief technology officer will report to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Communications Minister ...

    Tech supremo by August

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    'Gaming should be for everyone' video

    Microsoft learning specialist Solomon Romney, right, who was born without fingers on his left hand, puts the Xbox ...

    At E3, Xbox unveiled an innovative new controller designed to put disabled gamers on a level playing field.

    Ford's cycling 'smart jacket' video

    With sleeves that light up and an app that buzzes riders' arms, Ford has decided to give cyclists a chance to keep their eyes on the road at all times.

    Kevin Holesh works in the RV where he and his wife live full-time as they travel the country. An app he created several ...

    An app to cure phone addiction

    Rebel smartphone developers are using fire to fight fire - creating apps that try to put users back in control.

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    Rapunzel tower 'bonkers' - owner

    Offers to buy the tower are invited, with the vendors looking in excess of NZ$3.82 million.

    Owner of fairytale tower for sale says it's a fabulous place where the kids play hide and seek.

    15 Mid-century gems

    Modernist interiors and architecture that wow in their quirky simplicity.

    Tony and Serena Dey with their children: Ivory, three, and Boston, two.

    Dentists' polished villa gallery video

    Two dentists have blended their individual styles in a pretty Ponsonby villa.

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    Dangers of a weak pelvic floor

    For former Australian netball captain Sharelle McMahon, the signs that something was wrong with her pelvic floor were ...

    For former Australian netball captain Sharelle McMahon, the signs that something was wrong with her pelvic floor were different.

    How to really use a grater

    Not just for grating cheese, here's how to get the most out of those never-used other three sides.

    The swimming undies have been confirmed as the the most hated item of clothing in the UK, even more than crocs.

    Bad news for Budgie-smugglers

    The swimming undies have been confirmed as the the most hated item of clothing in the UK, even beating crocs.

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    Four funky ways to better fitness

    Bess Manson learns some lindy hop dancing at Full Swing Vintage Dance Company with tutor Michael McIntyre.

    Not a fan of the gym, at 48, Bess Manson wonders if she can dance herself fit.

    Bella Hadid's bad junk food habit

    OPINION: "I'd applaud the magical ability to eat and stay stick thin if it wasn't complete horse poo."

    Let's get physical, indeed. Olivia Newton-John's video captured the aerobics craze of the 80s.

    80s fitness makes a comeback

    Get ready for some "retrocise", as aerobics are back in fashion once again. (Leg warmers optional.)

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    Desserts that really are healthy video

    Forget fighting the urge to indulge, it's all down to knowing your friends from your foe.

    Forget fighting the urge to indulge, it's all down to knowing friends from foes.

    Jordan Rondel's banana cake

    Gooey nuggets of banana give these minicakes extra appeal. Just the thing for the cheeky chimps in your life.

    The brewery helping birds

    Waiter, where's my meal?

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    Axing calf days step too far

    Biosecurity risks around school calf days can be minimised.

    OPINION: Closing them down squanders a chance to showcase strong biosecurity.

    NZ needs a food brand

    The Government needs to invest in a national food brand, says agrifood marketing expert.

    Ex-bartender a farmer finalist

    Taking cow cull hit for team

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    DWTS Recap: Group dances week

    Newshub's Sam Hayes got up close and personal with her partner, Aaron, on Sunday night.

    Join us at 7pm for another turn round the dance floor as the couples take on group dances. 

    Jodi Barnett 'doing really well'

    As his wife is treated for a brain tumour, Simon Barnett will appear daily on his breakfast show via an in-home studio.

    Roseanne Barr now says her offensive tweets were 'misunderstood'.

    Roseanne spin-off all but set video

    Embattled star has agreed "in principle" to walk away from the characters she helped create.

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    Kiwi kite skiing across Antarctica video

    Mark was a last-minute addition to the team and had just two weeks to train.

    Mark Sedon on "the most  potentially groundbreaking polar expedition in a generation".

    Never too late for the big OE stuff nation

    The kids have flown the coop, so these Kiwi empty nesters decide to hit the road.

    Spectrum of the Seas is custom built for the Chinese market.

    Lid lifted on latest mega-ship video

    Royal Caribbean unveils details of the China-bound Spectrum Of The Seas.

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    Don't mention diesel C-class

    Mercedes engine spokesman Patrick Hawig: transferring new 48-volt tech to other models will be easy.

    Electrified models are becoming very important to Mercedes-Benz NZ. The big push starts with the C-class.

    Ford's cycling 'smart jacket' video

    With sleeves that light up and an app that buzzes riders' arms, Ford has decided to give cyclists a chance to keep their eyes on the road at all times.

    David Seymour and the surprisingly likeable, slightly clumsy Toyota Camry V6.

    Dancing with the cars

    If DWTS celebrities were cars, what would they be? We have the answers!

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    No sex, sleep or sanity stuff nation

    The more we share the truth about parenting, the more we can help others survive parenthood.

    There are many things I wish people had warned me about pregnancy, parenting and life after children.

    Life on the front line stuff nation

    Work as a nurse, teacher, firefighter, police officer, or elsewhere in the public sector? Share your story.

    Doubling detox beds is a life-saving move by Labour, writes Chloe King.

    Addiction funding will save lives stuff nation

    Many Kiwis feel deep shame about our addictions which prevents many of us from seeking help.

    sport

    How foul are the All Blacks?

    Benjamin Fall and Beauden Barrett collide as the All Blacks defeated France.

    ANALYSIS: The All Blacks commit acts of foul play more often than anyone except England.

    UK barmy over Henry catch video

    Black Caps seamer dominating English cricket with the ball, and he's taking brilliant catches too.

    Brooke Leaver of the Tactix competes against Fa'amu Ioane of the Stars.

    Northern Stars finally get a win

    It was more nerve-wracking than they would have liked, but the Northern Stars finally have an ANZ Premiership win.

    opinion

    The effects of global warming

    A man standing in the doorway of his flooded home responds to an evacuation offer in a neighborhood inundated by ...

    OPINION: What goes up must come down, therefore more moisture in the atmosphere results in more rainfall.

    Melania opposes Trump

    Melania Trump's Father's Day statement emphasises the fact that laws are always applied with discretion and that the US ...

    OPINION: US first lady lends voice to those who oppose Trump policy of separating migrant children from parents.

    A victory for the middlers

    Joel Maxwell: "I got a genuine thrill seeing te reo Māori atop the front page [of The Dominion Post]. It was beautiful: ...

    OPINION: Gen X has found a welcome voice in Wellington's te reo policy.

    In the muck at Fieldays

    Shane Jones: If in doubt, keep digging.

    OPINION: Jacinda struggles to calm the farm as ministers keep stepping in cowpats.

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    The Kiwi kite skiing across Antarctica video

    Mark was a last-minute addition to the team and had just two weeks to train.

    Mark Sedon on "the most audacious and potentially groundbreaking polar expedition in a generation".

    Addiction funding will save lives stuff nation

    Doubling detox beds is a life-saving move by Labour, writes Chloe King.

    Many Kiwis feel deep shame about our addictions which prevents many of us from seeking help.

    Floored by Madagascar

    Sifaka lemurs are known as "dancing lemurs" because they appear to be prancing when they move across the ground.

    The world's fourth-largest island sits off the east coast of Africa. For biologists, it's an Eden.

    'You stabbed me'

    The young man compared his home life to scenes from New Zealand film Once were Warriors.

    A knife, a punch, a brawl. The next thing the young man remembers is the weight of his dying dad's body.

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    Sponsor quits Floating Foundation

    Craig Koning worked as an events promoter and DJ before founding his own charity.

    The seaborne charity's former supporters feel "let down" by its founder's treatment of women.

    Charity boat's crew abandon ship

    Founder of the Floating Foundation Craig Koning has been accused of creating an unsafe work environment for staff and ...

    Crew of charity ship come ashore on Waiheke Island after allegations of founder's bullying come to light.

    Charity boss held lives in his hands

    Women signed up on Craig Koning's crew say he was charismatic.

    OPINION: The crew and volunteers of the Floating Foundation aid missions saw Craig Koning as God. They said as much.

    Inquiry into seaborne charity

    Craig Koning, boss of the Floating Foundation, has been accused of bullying his crew and singling out young women for sex.

    The Floating Foundation's website has been taken down after bullying revelations, but founder Craig Koning will not confirm the charity's future.

    oddstuff

    Tourist tries to pat wild lion video

    The video shows the tourists on a safari taking photos of lions and the surrounding scenery.

    It may seem rather obvious but it's probably best not to reach out to wild animals in Africa.

    Rare Red Sprite caught on camera

    North Shore photographer Larryn Rae captured a rare astro event, the Red Sprite (top of photo), on his camera at Te Arai ...

    He initially thought it was a lens flare but Google told him otherwise.

    Big beef: Vegans v vegetarians

    Vegans v Vegetarians

    The New Zealand Vegetarian Society splinters owing to a proposal to rebrand as vegan.

    UK cops called over Love Island

    Love Island is the British TV show New Zealand's Heartbreak Island is based on.

    British police say they were called to a Love Island "emergency" when a girl's parents wouldn't let her watch the TV show.

    Parenting

    Ardern might induce baby video

    Jacinda Ardern told The AM Show hosts that she will be induced if her pregnancy runs over time.

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, due to give birth this weekend, wants her baby out.

    Will 6 weeks be enough for PM? video

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was interviewed by Stuff journalist Alison Mau for the last time before the arrival of her ...

    Asked what happens if she needs more time at home with baby, the PM says you can't always get what you want.

    I was bullied by my midwife video

    Support at last for mothers who decide to bottle-feed their babies brings back harrowing memories for me (File photo).

    Support at last for mothers who decide to bottle-feed their babies brings back harrowing memories for me.

    I don't care how Jacinda mothers

    She's got this: PM Jacinda Ardern will be just fine without any advice we could provide her on pregnancy, childbirth or ...

    OPINION: This might be a crazy call, but I reckon the PM can be trusted to make her own mothering decisions.

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    Get away to Shortlands Shed

    Shortlands Shed glows gold in the last autumn light of the day.

    Within a comfortable driving distance of Dunedin and Queenstown, Shortlands Shed offers a special off-the-grid glamping experience.

    From Wellington to Nuremberg

    Elliot Parry thinks it's great his children will grow up bilingual.

    Meeting a German exchange student set Elliot Parry on a very different path than he'd imagined.

    Readers' travel pics of the week

    One of the world’s most beautiful places for flat water kayaking: Lake Wanaka, and that famous tree, on a particularly ...

    Do you have a holiday snap that you'd like to share with the world? Send it to us and be in to win a Fujifilm camera!

    Insider tip: Trekking Thailand

    Untouched landscapes can still be found in Thailand's national parks.

    The country's more than 100 national parks could very well be its best kept secret.

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