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Struggling to find a home, dad Ash Pari was forced to take a "disgusting" rental. Then he had a big idea about a tiny solution.
It's official – Prince Harry's fiancee is off to Sandringham for Christmas. So what's on the agenda?
They made it, we tasted it. Check out the next big deal in ice cream.
Fancy a gold-trimmed mini collectible MAGA hat for your tree? Good news: you'll save. Bigly.
They'll tie the knot at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Townshend's brewery is back in business – this time in Motueka.
Just when you thought a smartphone couldn’t possibly wow you any more.
OPINION: For most families, having one parent stay at home fulltime is just too financially tough.
Where's the water meter? Is my home insulated? We answer five simple home questions you might be afraid to ask.
A sense of determination and fairness are the drivers behind Paula Tesoriero's fight for equality.
OPINION: Charities' comments unfortunate, but they weren't totally wrong.
The outfits that take you straight from the beach to the barbecue.
While some people organise with military precision, Amie Richardson is staying vague to keep the Christmas magic alive.
Keeping cool through summer is all about insulation, cross ventilation and shade.
Summer’s hottest festivals, gigs and shows are all coming to Wellington. Here’s a selection of the best upcoming events in the capital:
Some remember Christmas by the presents they got, or a god-awful row with a sibling or spouse. Lucy Corry remembers them by what everyone ate.
This fruity semifreddo is a wonderful make-ahead summer dessert.
It's the perfect place for quiet contemplation - so it's worth putting some thought into what's on the walls.
It may be winter in his native land, but these recipes from celebrated UK food writer Nigel Slater span the seasons, offering a fresh take on traditional festive dishes.
SATIRE: Your favourite carols reworked for our politically contentious times.
The surfer slash model can't resist the allure of lemon meringue.
OPINION: We should fear car parks, breakfast, and putting hot water near your genitals instead of in a cup of tea.
One of English football's biggest days to clash with wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
MEMORY LANE: A politician's "unidentified" house had a happy history.
A drone video appearing to show a mermaid is causing a splash on Auckland's Hibiscus Coast.
It's petunias at dawn as Upper Hutt challenges for Christchurch's Garden City title.
Humans aren't the only ones eating roast turkey over the holiday season.
The Jerry Seinfeld-starring animated film is the only one for UK mum's infant son who thinks it's the bee's knees.
Pastafarian Björn Oback is the first carb-worshipper to swear an oath of allegiance to New Zealand on his religion's new holy book.
3-year-old's cubby house comes with a piano, chandelier and big screen TV.