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Natasha Woolf was reeling when her teen daughter was diagnosed with a rare debilitating condition. Then she found out she had terminal cancer.


Free tertiary study may trump tax cuts

When Parliament reconvenes for a new year, there is always a chance we will hear some fresh ideas from the Government, or at least a refreshed, friendly attitude from…


Luxury cars in crashes


A black Mercedes-Benz rolled into a parked Lamborghini Aventador on Auckland's High St today, apparently after the Mercedes driver struggled to reach for a parking machine…


Adding technology not enough

His record ranges from taking Bendon to international success, to tasting failure with NZ's supposed answer to Amazon, Flying Pig.


Life & Style

A dessert made with love

There's no better way to surprise your Valentine than with a beautiful dessert made with love. Try this quick and easy recipe to charm your loved one this Valentine's…



Jake Bailey on his cancer fight

Jake Bailey has vowed to use his experiences in beating cancer to help other young people. The Christchurch Boys High School senior monitor whose heart-wrenching speech…




Time for serious rethink on dairy

It is time for the industry and the politicians to take off their rose-tinted glasses and do some hard-thinking about our major goods export industry, writes Fran O'Sullivan…




Wayne Smith linked to Harlequins

Wayne Smith is being linked as the new coach of a major English rugby club. The Times of London claims the All Blacks guru has emerged as a strong contender to replace…

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