A girl started screaming and retching after finding what appeared to be a maggot in her McDonald's treat.
OPINION: Berlin's plan to introduce gender-neutral urinals to public toilets raises oh-so-many questions.
Squish, born from an abandoned egg, wears handmade blue booties to walk outside.
Just like storm chasers run after tornadoes, this group get an adrenaline rush from an eclipse.
West Auckland could be the resting place of a national butterfly centre, after moth and butterfly experts floated the idea.
Flabbergasted hunters who come across the ghost moose are choosing to let them live.
After being lost in a vegetable garden for more than a decade a ring has been discovered on the end of a carrot.
Not everyone took Kapiti's $100,000 consultation project entirely seriously.
An offer of free tattoos drew a line of keen punters staunchly queuing in winter downpours.
Porirua had what seemed a firm sandy beach on Sunday. By Monday it was gone.
It's one thing to eat hot peppers, but it's another to do it in super spicy water.
An egg contamination scare could not stop a Belgian town's 22-year-old tradition.
Business leader in Auckland suburb says graffiti-covered containers for a neighbourhood policing project are "rubbish".
A motorist's dash for a parallel park in New York has stunned a passing cyclist.
Staff checked his boarding pass, but somehow he ended up in Las Vegas, not London.
Australian farm to be sold after owners failed to pay rates since 2010 because they believe the land is owned by God.
How disrespectful can you get, asks relative of people buried in Greytown.
A unique collection of glass eyes is going under the hammer.
She killed the neighbour's chicken and now she has to wear a muzzle wherever she goes.
Exhibits you can eat and pee on: Big Apple's first art show for canines has them straining at the leash.
There's no penny claret - NZ's most valuable stamp - but plenty of others are on show.
"Pinky" is not, strictly speaking, pink - it's blushing.
Hong Kong activist says security agents stapled his legs as a warning against sending a signed photo.
Enormous plastic pipes up to half a kilometre long have washed up on a British beach.
A pizza delivery has gone badly wrong in US.
If keeping a slice of your wedding cake in the freezer isn't enough of a memento, taking the whole cake to Antarctica may be another option.
Just follow the rules and you can walk any domestic animal through Wellington.
2600-passenger cruise ship pulls into Alaskan port to find a sad surprise on its bow.
176,500 square kilometres of Australian desert, and someone finds Elizabeth Docherty's "lucky jewel".
They're our fur babies - so should we really say we own our pets, a Wellington councillor asks.