When Sheila Woodcock died at the age of 87 in 2018, she was remembered for her simple lifestyle and her love of ...

Life of a secret millionaire

2:47 PM  Australian woman's secret fortune, revealed at her death, shocks friends and family.

More Ikea stores

Ikea is set to open three "customer meeting points" in New Zealand.

2:24 PM  Christchurch and Wellington set to get a taste of Ikea as well as the full sized store in Auckland.

'Victim-blaming' in car fire case

2:17 PM  Australian cop spoke of a "husband driven too far" in the death of a mother and three kids.

Live: Black Caps v India

Trent Boult strikes after lunch, removing Agarwal as man-of-the-moment Jamieson takes the catch.

For and against school uniforms video

10 min ago  Do school uniforms stifle individuality? Or Promote a sense of belonging?

David Jones may shut stores

The upmarket department store is finding conditions pretty tough.

national

Body found in Tauranga

A body was found on a Tauranga walkway.

Police are currently at the scene where a body was found on a Tauranga walkway.

Manslaughter accused can drive

1:28 PM  The husband of a midwife who died in a crash on her way to work is "disgusted" by ruling.

Hokitika's streets were flooded after 40mm of rain in 20 minutes.

Flash flood in Hokitika

1:55 PM  About 40mm of rain fell in 20 minutes after an "incredible" downpour on the West Coast.

climate change

How to reduce your carbon footprint

Staying in a place for longer might prove more memorable than a quick sight-seeing tour, writes Lance Richardson.

OPINION: I can't ground myself without going broke, but I can take fewer flights and stay in places for longer.

ETS: If you're confused, you understand

ANALYSIS: Don't understand that complicated Government policy about emissions? Maybe that's the point.

Marlborough farms are battling some of the driest conditions on record.

Dry month strains farmers

A second dry January has trees dying and crops wilting, with fears for stock heading into the valuable mating season.

business

Anger over Airbnb party pads

Kristing Loggenberg in her back garden. The green string line indicates the height of a fence she and her husband Barry ...

2:19 PM  Neighbours say rowdy parties and abusive guests are disturbing the peace in T upo.

Rental changes 'could make it harder for some to get a home'

Govt warned rent changes not all good news for tenants.

An online banking glitch made it look as if transactions had been processed twice.

Westpac's payment 'double-up'

Bank says transactions didn't really happen twice.

travel

Things we love to hate

Barcelona's Sagrada Familia is worth waiting in line for.

No one likes Starbucks. Or at least, no one admits to liking Starbucks.

Influencer's fake Bali pics fool

Natalia Taylor said even close friends were taken in by her fake photos.

Javed called Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern a "G" for handing him a bottle opener in a Koru lounge.

Only in NZ: Kiwi as stories

OPINION: The PM handed a dude a bottle opener and the world rejoiced. It makes me happy. And kind of sad.

The aluminium smelter at Tiwai Point.

ETS: If you're confused, you understand

ANALYSIS: Don't understand that complicated Government policy about emissions? Maybe that's the point.

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Jazmine Bell complained to police that she was raped in 2004 but police insisted they couldn't prosecute. The forensic ...

Jazmine Bell's rapist was never charged. Would a planned law change on consent have made a difference?

Liquor store tycoon's mansion

Harjit Singh and his wife Shereen last year lodged plans with the Christchurch City Council to build one of the city's ...

While a bottle store company was investigated for exploiting staff, its owners made lavish plans.

Store owner 'exploited staff'

Harjit Singh is a director and shareholder of Nekita Enterprises. Super Liquor Holdings cut ties with the company after ...

Super Liquor franchises owned by millionaire property owners failed to pay staff the minimum wage.

A place well used to misery

The Kiwis in an African war zone trying to make a difference.

The Kiwis in an African war zone trying to make a difference.

world

Good Samaritan survives 23m fall in US

A firefighter rappels down the bridge at rescue Jeremiah Cribb.

17 min ago  A FedEx driver stopped to help a stranded driver then jumped out of the way for a tractor, without realising he was on a bridge.

Angela Merkel: 'racism is a poison' video

Gunman killed nine people in the town of Hanau in racially motivated attack, actions denounced by Germany's leader.

A protester, who planned to stop buses carrying passengers evacuated from the Chinese city of Wuhan, kindles a fire ...

Stones hurled at coronavirus evacuees gallery

1:29 PM  Ukrainian demonstrators, some of whom appeared drunk, put up road blocks, burned tires and clashed with riot police.

property

Briscoes boss sells $14m house

Rod Duke, the head of Briscoes Group, has sold his multimillion-dollar Remuera property.

Huge property in exclusive Auckland street had tennis court, swimming pool and golfing area.

Auckland Council push back on govt prefab plan

Auckland Council is warning government officials of the risks of disastrous housing developments like some seen in the UK.

The "unique" property was directly across the road from Karaka Bay in Glendowie (file photo).

$12k for living in rat-infested house

The tenant complained the loft smelt of rat poo and deck was rotten at beachfront Auckland property.

homed

能无限微信提现的棋牌游戏 Block NZ winners' bathroom reno

Lisa and Ribz say the bathroom came in "pretty much" on target.

Pink was banned, but Lisa Ridout-Gordon and Christopher "Ribz" Gordon's new bathroom got the "full #lisaoutthegate treatment".

Faulty thermostat caused fire video

Fire ruined the interior of this house for sale, but the tenants, a single mum and her child, were out for night.

Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO, has paid a record $260 million to buy the former Warner mansion in Beverly Hills, ...

Bezos' mansion 'tiny per cent' video

The world's richest man spent $260m on a house, but that's a mere 0.13 per cent of his wealth.

life & style

Men's ticking biological clocks

Researchers at Monash University are pushing to dispel the myth that all men can have children well into their 60s and 70s.

14 min ago  Researchers have found that not all men have the moves like Jagger; most can't have children easily in their 60s and 70s.

The best burgers in the world video

Popular Queenstown burger joint, Fergburger features on the list as one of the best burgers in the world.

Yarraka Bayles shared a video of her son crying hysterically after school after being bullied.

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1:48 PM  There's been an outpouring of love since the heartbreaking video of Quaden was posted online.

well & good

Bullied boy going to Disneyland

Yarraka Bayles shared a video of her son crying hysterically after school after being bullied.

1:48 PM  There's been an outpouring of love since the heartbreaking video of Quaden was posted online.

棋牌娱乐游戏大厅 Losing a twin to suicide

Losing your twin is a particular kind of agony that's near impossible to describe.

Observing a plane's boarding process is a primo opportunity for people-watching.

Surviving 12 hours on a plane video

I boarded a 12-hour flight from Tokyo bound for North America - here's how I coped.

food & wine

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We asked the culinary elite - chefs laden with Michelin stars and other accolades - for their favourite burgers when ...

Popular Queenstown burger joint, Fergburger features on the list as one of the best burgers in the world.

Hell swaps chorizo for hemp

It looks and tastes like chorizo, but it's made of hemp.

Young chef becomes best in world

Awarding craft beers in the south

nz farmer

'Game-changing', but not significant

Farming in the "open ocean" will require technology new to the country, like these submersible pens.

Conservation Minister says decision not to weigh in on "large" farm - a would-be first for NZ - nothing to do with Govt aquaculture goals.

Dry month strains farmers

A second dry January has trees dying and crops wilting, with fears for stock heading into the valuable mating season.

100-year-old man of the land

Effluent into stream for years

entertainment

Whitney Houston's creepy hologram

To source Houston's vocals, the show's musical director, Keith Harris, described combing through old recordings of live ...

2:20 PM  The show gets some of Houston’s physical tics right, and has detailed visual touches; but you never quite shake your awareness of the hologram.

能无限微信提现的棋牌游戏 Orlando Bloom tattoo misspelled son's name

The Morse code tattoo said "Frynn", instead of "Flynn".

Lisa and Ribz say the bathroom came in "pretty much" on target.

Block NZ winners' bathroom reno

Pink was banned, but Lisa Ridout-Gordon and Christopher "Ribz" Gordon's new bathroom got the "full #lisaoutthegate treatment".

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Criminal Minds series finale does some reminiscing before breaking up the team

CBS

Criminal Minds just ended after 15 seasons on CBS by breaking up the team and getting rid of one last serial killer.

微信3局领红包斗地主 Bieber, Corden open food truck

The food truck specialised in two items: grilled cheese and fish tacos.

Image - E!

Salma Hayek's reply to 'too much Botox'

When Salma Hayek posted a gorgeous makeup-free selfie on Instagram, one fan was quick to point out that she had too much Botox. But Hayek wasn't here for accusations. Read on for her epic response.

parenting

Chan-Green's 'crash' birth of Busby

While the Newshub presenter's pregnancy had been relatively straight-forward, wee Busby's arrival was anything but.

"They couldn't find the baby's pulse, so things got serious very quickly," the Newshub presenter recalls.

'Ordinary magic' of resilience

Adapting to life's trials and traumas requires very "ordinary magic" says resilience expert.

Why I'm raising my kids vegetarian

Model's intimate post-baby body pic video

oddstuff

4WD is no use if you're floating video

The snorkel doesn't mean it is a submarine, mate.

2:19 PM  Not sure how deep that water is? Just head on in anyway - you've got a snorkel!

Miniature horse takes first flight

Ronica Froese hopes to change mind of the "nay-sayers" who want to stop service horses on US planes.

'Snake orgy' closes US park

Maccas sauce $119 on eBay

technology

Big Brother at work is big business

An employee at US company Three Market Square demonstrates how her embedded microchip allows her to buy a drink.

2:38 PM  Some of Britain's biggest companies are turning to new tech to keep a very close eye on their workers.

'Copy and paste' inventor dies

Larry Tesler was a Silicon Valley pioneer who made life easier for generations of computer users.

New Zealanders Devan Koshal and Andrew Underwood have founded eCommerce company Commerce.js and are making it big overseas.

Kiwis making it big in Canada

A man who grew up at the Tui Dairy in New Plymouth has had $2.5 million invested in his international business by a massive US firm.

motoring

4WD is no use if you're floating video

The snorkel doesn't mean it is a submarine, mate.

2:19 PM  Not sure how deep that water is? Just head on in anyway - you've got a snorkel!

Rolling out the hydrogen highway video

Is hydrogen our transport future here in New Zealand?

HSV (soon to be GMSV) has confirmed the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 will be converted to right-hand drive and be sold on ...

Is this Holden's new ute?

HSV has confirmed the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 will make it to local roads.

stuff nation

Your celebrity airport encounters stuff nation

A man was pleasantly surprised by Jacinda Ardern's down-to-earth actions when he met her in the airport. We want to hear ...

The PM has been labelled a 'G' for helping a man open his beer. Tell us your stories of meeting someone famous.

满20元可以提现的棋牌游戏 I lost two mums to ovarian cancer stuff nation

OPINION: It’s too late to wish they had known what symptoms to look for. But it may not be for someone else.

Christchurch man Jesse Northcoat was working as an au pair in China when the coronavirus outbreak took over.

My hellish escape from China stuff nation

OPINION: What started as a fun OE turned into a nightmare when coronavirus took hold.

sport

What's the best ABs midfield?

South African referees, including Jaco Peyper, have come in for scrutiny after some alarming stats came to light this week.

The hot topics of rugby this week, including referee bias, the Blues' triple playmakers and the All Blacks' 12 and 13 jerseys.

League team stands by bullied boy

At his lowest point Quaden Bayles wanted to die. Walk with us, said the Indigenous All Stars.

Ross Taylor with children Jonty and Mackenzie before his 100th test match.

Taylor and kids' standing ovation

2:09 PM  Basin Reserve crowd rises to 100-test man and his children who steal the show.

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How to avoid a dog attack video

Dog attacks are on the rise. Here's how to behave around dogs so you can avoid becoming a statistic.

It's often dogs we know that bite us - and kids are the most vulnerable to attacks. How can you stay safe?

微信3局领红包斗地主 Kiwi animator goes to Hollywood video

Animation wizard Antony Elworthy teaches Tayla how to do claymation.

Antony Elworthy is working on a film project with Oscar-winning director Guillermo Del Toro.

newsroom.co.nz

Sustainable NZ resignations

Sustainable NZ founder and leader Vernon Tava, second from right, pledged to lead a "full-time environment party" which ...

A new "true green" party is hit by allegations of questionable?conduct.

Ferns fizzing to fight for 'Nancy'

Dynamic flanker Charmaine McMenamin has played 25 tests for the Black Ferns since her debut in 2013.

When New Zealand hosts the Rugby World Cup in 2021, it will mean so much to past and present Black Ferns.

Seaweed could slash dairy emissions

When fed to cattle, asparagopsis can reduce methane emissions by more than 90 percent, researchers say.

Seaweed harvested or farmed off the coast of Stewart Island could be the key to decreasing methane emissions from livestock.

noted

Remember when there were 'girl' jobs?

Ad trying to convince women of the benefits of airline work.

The situations-vacant pages of the 1970s reveal a time when women were excluded from most paid work.

Why fund homeopathy courses?

Drawers containing homeopathic 'remedies' at a London pharmacy.

OPINION: Why is a four-year course in homeopathy, an alternative therapy proven not to work, approved and accredited by the NZQA.

now to love

MAFS: Best parent reactions on the show video

Connie's mother literally laughed in her face, while David's parents wanted him to get married the traditional way.

"You haven't even got a boyfriend," says one mum who laughs in her daughter's face.

Chan-Green's 'crash' birth of Busby

While the Newshub presenter's pregnancy had been relatively straight-forward, wee Busby's arrival was anything but.

"They couldn't find the baby's pulse, so things got serious very quickly," the Newshub presenter recalls.

homes to love

Seamless open plan living

This couple made it their mission to rescue their home from dated ‘improvements’ and connect it to the world outside.

This couple made it their mission to rescue their home from dated ‘improvements’ and connect it to the world outside

11 surprising ways to add value

Whether you’re selling the family home or renovating for resale, our expert has got you covered.

Whether you’re selling the family home or renovating for resale, our expert has got you covered.

food to love

Noodles and a show

Skewered meat, dumplings and Asian-fusion food is celebrated at the annual Night Noodle Markets in Hagley Park.

This year you can walk from the Night Noodle Markets to Fat Freddies Drop, or Sparks.

Night Noodle's Hidden Village

The Hidden Village at the 2019 Night Noodle Markets in Auckland.

Last year, The Hidden Village was a last-minute addition to Auckland's Night Noodle Markets. Now it's a restaurant.

beautyheaven

Big makeup trends for 2020 gallery

Actor and model Cara Delevingne wearing a variety of colours.

New makeup products and ideas to get excited about wearing this year.

What you need to know about acne video

Picking, scratching, squeezing or popping pimples is never a good idea.

Figuring out what type of acne you have - and what's causing it - is the first step in battling breakouts.

metro

Auckland beaches' poo problem

A contractor collecting a water sample at Devonport Beach

The beaches in Auckland are alive with the smell of ... poo. But why?

The end of holiday romances?

We don't talk much about summer flings any more.

Is the steamy summer fling being consigned to history?

tarana

India ready for this film: Ayushmann

Auyshmann Khurrana and Jitendra Kumar in "Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan".

Risk-taker Ayushmann Khurrana on his latest film "Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan".

Brewery calls for licence termination

Harjit Singh and his wife Shereen last year lodged plans with the Christchurch City Council to build one of the city's ...

A bottle store business underpaid its staff. Now a brewery says those who exploit staff should be stripped of their liquor licences.

'83: India's famous World Cup win comes to life

Ranveer Singh as Kapil Dev, and Deepika Padukone as Romi Bhatia in the movie '83.

India's famous 1983 Cricket World Cup victory comes to life in a Bollywood?biopic releasing in cinemas on April 10.

Kohli's verdict on Black Caps

India captain Virat Kohli says his side are not like they used to be, and backs them to win in any country.

India haven't won in Wellington since 1968, and their skipper explains why NZ are formidable there.

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