7:01 PM If you share your home with a cat, you share every object in every room.
PM's fiance Clarke Gayford tweets out card in Australian hotel that may be a declaration of war.
Tarsh Love's human heart sits nicely on a shelf in her living room acting as a trophy for what she's overcome.
The popular beauty retailer will open on Auckland's Queen Street tomorrow, but we got in early.
After splitting from Kate and Wills at the Royal Foundation, the Sussexes have created their own charity.
New Zealand's first Bachelorette deserves a mansion to house her suitors, fit for royalty.
They'll change the way you do housework forever, giving you more time for the things you actually love.
ADVICE: I'm a 29-year-old woman and I desperately want a boyfriend, but I've finished with all the matches in my area.
ADVICE: I know it's their choice but I don't want them to make the same mistakes I did.
The confectionery giant has figured out a way to use leftover material from cocoa plants for sweetening, making their snacks healthier.
From Belle's Hot Chicken to In-N-Out Burger, these are the overseas foodie favourites we want to see on our shores.
OPINION: You've got $600. Would you rather fly to Melbourne, or... buy a hair dryer?
OPINION: Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman are all long, shiny hair and high-waisted jeans.
OPINION: When it comes to shopping for bikinis, it's real women (aka "swimfluencers") who are influencing what we buy.
Follow her look and you've got yourself an effortless outfit that says "Hollywood-red-carpet-meets-vintage-cool".
OPINION: Sure, running is about exercise, but it’s about other things too, including friendship.
ADVICE: We brought him up to live in a clean environment. How can he live like this?
The Duchess of Cornwall spent her birthday at a donkey sanctuary - and with good reason.
Perhaps a little distance was all the duchesses needed to put those "royal rift" rumours behind them.
She's only 10 months old but Kulture already has more diamonds than most of us ever will.
OPINION: Council attitude to financial restraint is much like mine when I'm buying Louboutins.
First, an Auckland bride received "horrific" blurry images. Now she's got edited photos - but of an unknown couple's nuptials.
A bride has quit her job to plan her $80,000 wedding, and has told her fiancé to get a second job to pay for it.
OPINION: Maybe I should have tried harder but I didn't want to. Not then, and not now.
"If you're the one person who plays the pipes, they're gonna remember you," says a Blenheim-raised bagpiper heading to world championships.
If you share your home with a cat, you share every object in every room.
Do dogs smile? Well, they look as though they do - and that makes us humans smile.
There's no cosier sight than a pet glorying in the heat provided by its loving human.