Parker's win 'pretty damn good' video

3:56 PM  Trainer Kevin Barry hits out at doubters as Joseph Parker sees off awkward Hughie Fury.

Ripping the plaster off

23-08-17 Fairfax Media Picture by David White  Prime Minister Bill English

17 min ago  Bill English wants to swiftly stitch up a deal to govern with Winston Peters.

What Winston wants video

4:34 PM  Lack of courtesy in Bill English's election speech could push NZ First towards Labour, an insider says.

ANZ: The economy's cooling

4:11 PM  Economist warns construction, migration and even tourism booms may have all peaked.

The possible coalitions video

5:23 PM  Labour don't necessarily need the Greens and National could go it alone.

No hurry, says barbecuing Ardern

3:46 PM  Pressure's off for now, Winston. Jacinda Ardern sends a message to the kingmaker.

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Talks could begin shortly with NZ First over a coalition, National's Bill English says.

5:20 PM  National wants to sew up a quick deal with NZ First, while Labour says it will wait for Winston.

Inside the Nat-Labour chasm

OPINION: National's courting of Asian Kiwis was aided by Labour's unwise decision to make them enemies.

Sonya Rockhouse, whose son Benjamin was killed in the Pike River mine, speaking in September.

Pike re-entry 'possible' in 2018

Pike River familes hope manned re-entry into the West Coast mine will happen next year.


Parker 'no threat' to Joshua

Kiwi champ must "refine his game" to beat the world's best heavyweights, UK boxing writers say.


Prosser: Winston will go left

"He's mellowed a bit with age," Richard Prosser on  Winston Peters.

Outgoing NZ First MP believes Winston Peters will attempt to form a Government with Labour.

No hurry, says Ardern

3:46 PM  Pressure's off for now, Winston. Jacinda Ardern sends a message to the kingmaker that he can take his time.

Green Party candidate Mojo Mathers, who has lost her seat in Parliament, was enjoying the serenity of the Waihi river in ...

Mojo: 'I made a difference' video

4:18 PM  NZ's first deaf MP misses out, despite having more to achieve for people with disabilities.


Six hurt in London acid attack

Poice and emergency services treat a victim following an acid attack in Stratford, London, Britain,

People rushed to wash their faces with water, after an acid attack in east London.

Bali 'safe' despite volcano risk

5:08 PM  Tourists are being urged to continue visiting Bali, with officials says the resort island is safe.

Members of the People's Security Council take part an anti-US rally.

N Korea show military force

5:22 PM  Large rally backs leader Kim Jong Un as he exchanges insult-laden threats with US President.


Reading Winston's bottom lines

Winston Peters speaks to media outside The Duke Of Marlborough Hotel in Russell on Sunday.

Markets like National in box seat, but fret over "fundamental" differences with NZ First on trade and Reserve Bank.

Beating the bugs tourists bring

While we welcome foreign tourists, we'd much rather they arrived minus bugs, banned food, or other nasties.

The Office's David Brent: Clueless Jerk?

Five types of work jerk

Vile co-workers come in many different guises. Here's how to cope with five common types.


Facebook hands over Russia ads video

Lawyers are investigating Russian-funded social media content about United States president Donald Trump's views on ...

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg said it is helping US election investigators in a show against foreigners trying to "undermine democracy".

Google buys HTC engineers

Google says its about to make a "very large leap" into the gadget market.

Milk, from peas. Yes, you heard correctly. It is made from blending pea flour with water and other ingredients such as ...

Prepare for pea milk

Silicon Valley companies are backing non-dairy milk innovation.


On base again, almost

Writer Lindsey Dawson outside her new home in Hobsonville Point.

Lindsey Dawson's new Hobsonville Point home takes her right back to life as a newly-wed.

Modernity - as cool as it gets gallery

It's not huge, but this stunning home by two young Polish architects is the epitome of modern style.

Hellebores, commonly known as winter roses, flower in speckled shades of pink, lime, maroon and white, with hybrids ...

This weekend's garden tasks video

Spruce up your hellebores; choose the right perennials for your conditions; grow asparagus from seed; apply fertiliser.

life & style

Be the next Joseph Parker

There's a lot to cover before you can get to the entrance music.

Stephen Heard discovers that the road to the ring is not for the faint of heart.

Pasture's Laura and Ed Verner

These two decided to skip the honeymoon, and open an award-winning restaurant.

It's a timeless classic, but that doesn't mean you can't give it a modern twist.

How to wear a white shirt

It's a timeless classic, but there are plenty of ways to keep it looking fresh for the new season.

well & good

Nutrionist says PMS 'not normal' 

Ben Warren says PMS symptoms won't exist with the right lifestyle choices.

PMS is down to lifestyle and can be eliminated, says a Kiwi nutritionist.

9 steps to shape up for spring

Need a bit of motivation to lose that winter muffin top? Here you go.

Hinuera resident Mariana Mahood tells her story of breast cancer ahead of the Pink Ribbon fundraisers.

'Cancer doesn't care who you are'

After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Mariana Mahood is urging other women to check early and check often.

food & wine

World's first nugget restaurant

Hip Chick Farms wants to be fully transparent with the ingredients of its nuggets and fingers.

The meal that has inspired more speculation than the Kennedy assassination finally gets its time in the sun.

Chef begs Michelin to remove stars

His restaurant has had the maximum three Michelin stars for 20 years, but he no longer wants them.

Best recipe comment ever

Cafe won't sell fries to adults

nz farmer

Farm lifestyle not for faint-hearted

Farming can be a rewarding business if you are prepared to work hard, Lyn Webster says.

Earning a living is not the only reason people choose to farm, Lyn Webster says.

Women unrepresented at Fonterra

NZ's largest employer is under fire for having so few women on its board, after spurning a sitting female director.

More lambs this spring

Aus push to cash in on mānuka 


Brooks: PC killing comedy

Mel Brooks says politically correct culture is killing culture.

Legendary filmmaker Mel Brooks says Hollywood's "stupidly politically correct" climate is killing comedy.

Kim K's secret deal with paps

"Candid" snaps of her out and about are money in her pockets.

Colin Firth playing Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, the ultimate Englishman.

Colin Firth and the Italian job

The British actor has become an Italian citizen ahead of Britain leaving the European Union.


Luxury submarines for global elite

Ocean Submarine's personal subs can take their owners on all kinds of adventures in big-money comfort.

Three companies are in a race to corner the market in luxury personal submarines.

Croatia with young ones video

We just scraped in, months from our expiry date for MedSailors.

SST Escape Kiwi Life - FFX-travel

Wilderness on your doorstep

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


Ralph Lauren's fantasyland video

Model Kendall Jenner presents a creation from the Ralph Lauren Spring/Summer 2018 collection in a show that was ...

Fashion icon Ralph Lauren unveiled his latest range alongside one of the most stunning car collections in the world.

Fast and furious race for NZ

An Aussie motor-racing fanatic was bored to tears by the last event he attended. So he invented a new one.

Hot Leon Cupra is Seat's hero car: think VW Golf R power at GTi money. It's a fun, fun drive.

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

stuff nation

Those hazy, lazy days of summer stuff nation

A view so stunning it almost looks like a painting.

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

Policies muddied for Greens stuff nation

The current Green Party movement believes environmentalism and social justice go together, but why?

Luna, absolutely nailing the smize.

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.


Japan could be next for Parker

Joseph Parker is officially declared the winner by unanimous decision.

15 min ago  A title fight in Tokyo is being considered, with handlers keen for Joseph Parker to fight again this year.

Parker 'no threat' to Joshua video

12 min ago  Kiwi champ must "refine his game" to beat the world's best heavyweights, UK boxing writers say.

Joseph Parker celebrates retaining his WBO heavyweight boxing title with a majority judges' decision over British ...

Parker fends off Fury video

Judges score Kiwi heavyweight the winner as British challenger takes him the distance in Manchester.


Bill English buries his demons video

Bill English has well and truly exorcised the ghost of his 2002 defeat, writes Stacey Kirk.

OPINION: But a toll is still to be paid to win, and what is Winston Peters' price, asks Stacey Kirk.

Election highs and lows

Guy Williams makes no secret about his pro-Greens politics but even he thinks a promise to plant a billion trees is a ...

OPINION: After a frenetic campaign of highs and lows, Guy Williams picks out some memorable moments.

Nats made deal with devil

Ali Mau: "National may well take victory as a mandate to continue on as per. That would not be okay."

OPINION: It must have been hard for Bill English, a decent man, to keep massaging the truth.

Greens face return to sidelines

The Greens rebounded from the doledrums under James Shaw's steady leadership.

OPINION: Another spell outside of Government will be tough to swallow for the Greens.

special projects

Killer chemicals: Part 1

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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.

A family mass murder

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

Stuff presents a podcast series on the Bain family murders.

good reads

World's best political insults

US President Donald Trump: master of the playground riposte.

Sure, Kim's "dotard" was quirky, but for really stylish slap-downs, it's hard to beat the Brits.

From heartache to joy

Rachel Henry, left, and Heidi Holbrook were strangers until Holbrook heard of Henry's struggle to conceive.

A Wellington couple are still astounded at the generosity of a woman who gave them the gift of life.

The rise, and rise, of Kāpiti Coast

A new housing subdivision in the northern end of Waikanae illustrates the rapid expansion of the Kapiti coast.

It's a strip of land north of Wellington facing more change in a few years than most districts face in decades - $2 billion worth.

Christchurch's tech lab goals

Cr Vicki Buck launching a new e-car rapid charging station. Christchurch is well-placed to push the technology.

Can Christchurch reinvent itself as an international testbed for green innovation? The council thinks it has made a good start.

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"It almost sounded like Hitler talking," says startled US TV viewer after emergency alert predicts the end of the world.


'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".

No sex please, we're knackered

A British study has found that for women "having been pregnant in the last year was associated with lacking sexual ...

Sit down. We have something shocking to tell you. Mums are tired and that's why they don't want to get it on.

Should donor laws be changed? video

Dr Andrew Murray, the medical director of Fertility Associates, says the business is exploring new ways of tackling a ...

A leading fertility specialist says new ways are needed to attract more sperm and egg donors for would-be parents.

Giving the gift of life

Heidi Holbrook and baby Gus Henry, who was conceived when she donated an egg to Gus' parents.

She gifted her eggs to allow another couple to have children, and their happiness is all she ever wanted.

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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.

A holiday of eating well

If you go to Noosa and don't eat prawns are you really there at all?

OPINION: Getting through customs can be tricky if you want to eat well on holiday.

At opposite ends of the Earth

Jorge dreamed of visiting Middle Earth as a child.

If Jorge Valle dug a hole through the Earth from his hometown in Spain he'd end up in Wellington.

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