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Key witness, or just wrong? video

She says she saw a burglary that led to a murder - but something doesn't quite add up.

Icy blast grips NZ video

MetService are advising people to keep up to date with the latest forecasts in case parts of this watch are upgraded to ...

Buckle up it's about to get very cold and a little bit snowy overnight.

Out of zone, in just 800m

9:21 PM  Christchurch school welcomes students from 40km away, but not those down the road.

Nurses strike looking likely

10:48 PM  Pay talks fail, leaving just one final option to try breach the impasse - the ERA.

Art for art's sake?

9:30 PM  PM's artwork sold for charity is strikingly similar to another piece...also by Ardern.

David Seymour out of DWTS

The ACT leader has been eliminated from Dancing With The Stars NZ. Finally.

national

Cancer tragedy strikes family

Gemma Edwards and her five-month-old daughter Ruby, who has had surgery to remove a cancerous brain tumour.

They were living the dream: Dream house, dream job, a new baby. But then little Ruby fell ill.

Who killed the lights?

Residents across Wellington have been in the dark for months, and they're not happy.

A man who testified in a human trafficking trial faced deportation, despite receiving death threats from people back ...

Trafficking victim denied visa

He faced death threats over his testimony, and then wasn't allowed to stay in NZ.

    special projects

    Trapped in paradise

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

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

    The gym empire that went huge

    How Les Mills became the McDonald’s of fitness.

    Gone Fishing, a podcast by Stuff and RNZ.

    Gone Fishing: A true crime podcast

    In this murder case, the evidence is unbelievable.

    stuff circuit

    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?

    world

    Saudi women in the driver's seat video

    Ahd Niazy tells her mum, Dania Alagili , how proud she is of her.

    Saudi Arabia allowed women to drive for the first time this week, lifting a ban that was the last of its kind in the world.

    25 hurt when house explodes

    Four people seriously hurt when a building in Germany explodes in the middle of the night.

    Trump's latest Twitter outburst has advocated undocumented immigrants be deported without trial.

    No trials for immigrants: Trump

    US President Donald Trump described the immigrants as invaders and wrote that US immigration laws are "a mockery."

    business

    Rocket Lab aims for Wednesday

    Saturday's launch had to be put on hold despite clear skies because of problems at a tracking station.

    First commercial launch pushed back again due to poor weather.

    IRD and MBIE staff to strike

    Amid a strike of over 4000 public servants, a major technology project is called "a mess".

    Energy Minister Megan Woods acknowledged that the commodity price cycle was improving, but said the decision to end new ...

    Oil ban: 'billions' lost

    Oil industry body claims interest in New Zealand oil exploration was set to blossom just before ban announced.

    technology

    Fortnite hooks children

    Feilding Intermediate School principal Diane Crate is worried that children are not getting enough sleep.

    The latest gaming craze has hooked some Kiwi school kids.

    Kiwi company saving Hollywood's day

    The Auckland-based technology has already been used on big-budget Jason Statham and Mark Wahlberg thrillers.

    Surveyor John Macfarlane takes a drone for a test flight.

    Surveying work suited to drones

    Land surveyors no longer have to put their bodies on the line for work with the help of technology.

    homed

    Losing 900 items in 30 days video

    Tim and Kate Hall at their home in north Auckland.

    Auckland couple takes on 'minimalism challenge', losing 900 belongings in a month.

    Be bold in the littlest room gallery

    Just because it's small, doesn't mean your guest bathroom doesn't need to be bland.

    My favourite prank was when I made a chalk outline of a body on my neighbour's property and put up some crime scene tape.

    How I freak out my neighbours

    When it comes to being a neighbour, I'm a shocker.

    life & style

    Having a hard-to-pronounce name video

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinta Arden and partner Clarke Gayford present ...

    OPINION: Ardern and Gayford reportedly chose to spell 'Niamh' as 'Neve' for simplicity's sake. I can relate.

    Proof that life begins at 50

    Meet four women who found a new direction after they hit the half century mark.

    Minister for Women Julie Anne Genter plans to take her baby for trips around town in her baby buggy.

    Minister's homebirth

    Julie Anne Genter is determined to normalise being a mother in power and will not put her Green ideals on hold while looking after a newborn.

    well & good

    Bethenny Frankel just wants more time

    Bethenny Frankel gained fame on the reality TV series The Real Housewives Of New York.

    A former star of The Real Housewives of New York is all about self care and saying 'no'.

    Men dominate 'clean eating' posts

    A new study of "clean eating" posts on Instagram has found that men - and muscles - feature more prominently than women.

    The strains of herpes implicated are exceptionally common, largely symptomless, and almost impossible to avoid. (File photo).

    Herpes linked to Alzheimer's video

    The strains of herpes implicated are exceptionally common, largely symptomless, and almost impossible to avoid.

    food & wine

    Win a $599 Nespresso machine

    The Nespresso Creatista Uno, valued at $599

    One lucky Stuff member will win the $599 machine plus 50 coffee capsules.

    The world's best restaurant video

    Twelve courses that gave no clue to how they would taste. So how does dinner at Osteria Francescana unfold?

    The pastaria across the road

    Chef has granddad in mind

    nz farmer

    Banana growing trial begins

    A bunch of bananas grown at Anaura Bay, north of Tolaga Bay on the East Coast.

    Is the idea completely bananas? East Coast growers don't think so.

    More M. bovis farms confirmed

    Four new South Island sheep and beef farms infected.

    Cruelty charges dropped for pig farmer

    No avocado relief in sight

    entertainment

    Dancing With The Stars: Recap

    Is it David Seymour's time to dance off?

    David Seymour gets the boot, finally.

    Reality TV? Try Country Calendar video

    Kiwis are more interested in the tale of a family-owned cidery than the stars and their dancing.

    Jamie Foxx, left, and his daughter Corinne Foxx at the BET Awards. The presenter has already made a big song and dance ...

    BET's 'Black Panther' celebrations video

    Host Jamie Foxx kicked off the 2018 BET Awards namedropping the records the film has broken and even pulling Michael B. Jordan onstage.

    travel

    Ecuador: Rumble in the jungle

    Sacha Lodge is set on Pilchicocha Lake.

    In the four days we were at Sacha Lodge, we hit the jackpot in the monkey-spotting department.

    World's most reputable country

    It's not New Zealand. But we are not far off the top.

    La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, designed by Antoni Gaudi

    Back in Barcelona, a city I hated

    It had been 12 years between visits to the Spanish city - a place Nina Karnikowski had vowed never to return to.

    motoring

    Five fun electric-powered vehicles

    Think a Tesla is quick? Try hitting 60mph in 1.5 seconds in something that looks like a child's toy.

    Think electric vehicles are boring? Well, you just need to understand the true definition of 'vehicle'.

    Most car drivers are fearful

    Scared while driving? You are not alone.

    Yes, we're lucky: i3s is a premium price at $86k (plus we have a few options). But it's undeniably a premium product.

    No fossil fuel for us, thanks video

    LONG TERM TEST: We're commuting like we're in the future with the BMW i3s.

    stuff nation

    'Smash em bro' tackles must go stuff nation

    Sonny Bill Williams walks off the pitch after being shown the red card for a shoulder charge.

    Steve Hansen says rugby is faster and the players are more powerful and that’s why these 'accidents' are happening. What bollocks.

    The day I almost drowned stuff nation

    I turned back to the beach to see how far out we were. I will never forget the feeling that washed over me.

    It's time for New Zealanders to talk more openly about infertility.

    When baby news hurts stuff nation

    Those struggling with infertility may find the fuss over the PM's baby difficult to deal with, writes a childless man.

    sport

    Law changes rugby needs video

    Referee John Lacey runs a screen play that even Steven Adams would be proud of.

    OPINION: World Rugby needs to make five quick law changes for the betterment of the game, writes Ben Strang.

    Retallick out another week

    Star lock will miss Super Rugby's reload round, but the Chiefs will have star inside backs for Fiji game.

    Senegal's players celebrate a goal during the World Cup group phase.

    World Cup permutations video

    With just one round of group stage games left, we look at what each team needs to reach the knockout stages.

    opinion

    Bro, were we really that bad?

    Joel Maxwell: "The good thing is that we have reshaped ourselves from the 90s. Time's not always our enemy."

    OPINION: Racist dictionary entry from the 1990s reminds us how far we've come.

    PM's baby: Media labours in vain

    Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford with her parents, Jacinda Ardern and Clarke Gayford.

    OPINION: The PM's life-changing moment was made to appear No-Big-Deal for-a-Downunder.

    Seeing red over tech blues

    Computers can both help and hinder communication.

    Sometimes modern technology complicates our ability to understand each other.

    You can go your own way

    Porsche cars stand at a German dock ready for export. Germany and the EU is trying to prevent US tariffs which threaten ...

    OPINION: Different countries are not only finding their own voice on trade, but also on interest rates.

    good reads

    I asked her to leave my restaurant video

    Sarah Huckabee Sanders' response was immediate: "That's fine. I'll go."

    Stephanie Wilkinson says her "convictions" forced her to kick out Trump spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

    The rise of Amelia Kerr

    Amelia Kerr is now a world record holder with the White Ferns.

     Amelia Kerr's record-breaking cricketing talents manifested on a quiet cul-de-sac in Tawa.

    More Auckland space wasters

    Auckland has a long history of building out rather than up.

    Look to the heavens and you might find Auckland's biggest waste of space.

    No place to hide video

    Daisy Lee says migrants still live under the shadow of the Chinese Communist Party.

    They left China for political freedom but still fear the long arm of the Chinese government.

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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

    A real life soccer roo video

    The kangaroo parked itself in front of goal.

    Kangaroo invades the pitch during women's football match in Australia.

    Zsa Zsa is the ugliest

    Zsa Zsa, a 9-year-old English Bulldog owned by Megan Brainard, stands onstage after being announced the winner of the ...

    A 9-year-old English bulldog takes the title at the World's Ugliest Dog Contest in California.

    Who will be the world's ugliest dog?

    Rascal, a Chinese Crest, waits for the start of the World's Ugliest Dog Contest.

    Pooches who are perfectly imperfect are taking part in the annual contest.

    Rat eats $27,500 meal video

    The rat had entered the ATM through a small hole for cables.

    Indian bank left to pick up the dinner tab after rat sneaks into ATM and feasts on bills.

    Parenting

    Big workload for baby Gayford

    She's got a lot of work to do over the next six weeks.

    Bonding has a big role in baby's first month and a half.

    Royal well wishes to PM

    The Queen has congratulated Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on the birth of her daughter. (file photo)

    PM Jacinda Ardern has received a private congratulatory message from the Queen.

    Hungry baby, hungry PM

    Ardern's midwife came to the rescue with macaroni and cheese after a sleepless first night.

    Jacinda Ardern releases second photo of her daughter, praising her midwife for her mac and cheese.

    Best workplaces for new parents

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will take six weeks maternity leave.

    Six months off on full pay or the bare legal minimum – it depends on where you work.

    kiwi traveller

    Ask an expert: Seattle

    Seattle skyline from Lake Union.

    How to make the most of 48 hours in Washington State's creative, tech and gourmet hub.

    From New Plymouth to Barcelona

    Adam Preston at Benedictine abbey Santa Maria de Montserrat.

    Adam Preston applied for a visa as a joke but Barcelona has become his favourite city in the world.

    Vietnam for foodies

    Checking out the street food in Vietnam is a must-do.

    With Chinese, French and Japanese influences, Vietnamese cuisine is deliciously eclectic.

    The Kiwis on a 2.5-year road trip

    At the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, where Kiwi Burt Munro broke the world land speed record. Shortly after this photo ...

    Meet the intrepid couple aiming to aiming to draw attention to environmental concerns on their world tour.

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