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Why Grace's death hit so hard video

After a harrowing fortnight of seeing Grace Millane's murder unfold over our news screens, we're back hearing the same ...

OPINION: One of the reasons this horrific case has gripped me is that it hits a fault line in all young women.

Justice will not be suppressed

Justice Minister Andrew Little has urged overseas websites not to publish the name of Grace Millane's alleged killer, ...

OPINION: Justice will be done and will survive, despite the release of Grace Millane's alleged killer's name on overseas news websites and social media.

Evangelical atheists: God, no

A mother in Whangaparaōa, north of Auckland, kept her son home from school because she was unhappy his class was being ...

OPINION: Shielding children from other people's beliefs is a form of dictatorship.

Single solution to multiple problems

Ecologist Mike Joy says a reduction in cow numbers would have multiple benefits including reducing the loss of nutrients ...

OPINION: A reduction in farming intensity is the perfect example of a single solution to multiple problems.

Value of early intervention

Vic Tamati speaking speaking as part of the Family Violence: It's Not OK campaign last year

OPINION: A new discussion document says children exposed to family violence are most at risk of becoming perpetrators as adults.

Life & Style

Ruby's top five this weekend

Stock up with blueberries for that pavlova ahead of Christmas (file photo).

 Gorge on freshly plucked blueberries or celebrate Christmas Filipino-style on your days off.

Cambridge author forges different path

Grace Andrews, 15, has taken a different path to education, choosing to focus on her creative projects, including a book ...

Grace Andrews, 15, has chosen to take a break from traditional education and pursue her creative ambitions.

Doing the leg work

Personal trainer Alison Storey continues her weekly column, answering your questions on fitness and wellbeing.

What exercises can improve your bone density?

Ruby's top five this weekend

There will be more than 80 floats at the Hamilton Christmas Parade this year (file photo).

Get involved or stand on the sidelines as a Waikato Christmas bonanza rolls in.

Bone marrow! Yum!

The whole rump cap is brined overnight in a solution of salt, sugar and water before it is cut, fried, finished in the ...

This is meat and three veg, but not like your mother used to make.

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Waikato treasures gifted to museum

Trust Waikato chairman Niwa Nuri and Hamilton Mayor Julie Hardaker discuss artist Dick Frizzell's work Pile of Stumps.

Art and other taonga open to view 

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