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Proceeds from bracelets sold in memory of Grace Millane will fund White Ribbon youth scheme
The money would go towards White Ribbon's new youth ambassador leadership programme.
Queen's Birthday Honours: Hollywood 'mystery' Fran Walsh grateful for recognition
Screenwriter and producer Fran Walsh has joined the ranks of one of our highest orders.
Ratepayers shell out for Auckland Transport's 'influencers'
Auckland councillor Daniel Newman said AT's spend on influencers was a "waste".
Mum of five girls goes bush for Māori TV hunting show
Tui Keenan feeds her family with her passion for hunting and connecting with her heritage.
Mum told by text of baby son's measles risk - 11 days later
"I believe that the anti-vaxers are basically pro-death."
'Mad as hell': Pro-choice, pro-life protesters face off
Pro-life and pro-choice groups face off at abortion rally.
Starship hospital's drive to raise $235,000 to boost Play Specialist service
Beattie's daughter Hollie was just five when she was diagnosed with cancer.
Police investigate 'make NZ white again' messages on university Reddit page
A police spokeswoman confirmed officers were aware of the posts.
Boy's overdue library book sees debt collectors called in
'After this, to be fair we are cancelling our library cards.'
Tool Time: Community library loans out everything from leaf blowers to jigsaws
"Just like a library book I renewed my rental and kept it for a few more days."
Five years of Uber: New Zealanders clock up 230 million km
Uber has hit several roadblocks since launching here in 2014.
Mums fork out to learn health, sex of baby at 10 weeks
Birdsall said it the test often helped provide women with peace of mind.
Destiny Church members outside Al Noor Mosque declare 'NZ is a Christian country'
The group's action has attracted plenty of criticism on social media forums.
WWII mystery solved: Family's epic journey to find soldier's remains
'He was very much a part of our world, even though we never met him.'
Breaking down barriers: Shorty St casts first Down Syndrome actor
Wellingtonian Jacob Dombroski will come onto the show as a guest cast member.
Saving Charlotte: Petition urges funding as toddler loses strength
National MP Paula Bennett will present the plea to Parliament.
Good Lorde: How Christchurch charity gig snared Kiwi Grammy winner
Singer-songwriter royalty Lorde will be taking the stage at Christchurch Stadium.
Kiwi teacher fundraises to rebuild school in Ghana
"It's like the missing piece of me when I'm not there."
Unruly freedom campers fined in conservation crackdown
Camping in a restricted or prohibited area was the most common offence.
Bracelet by one of Grace Millane's favourite brands fundraising for White Ribbon
Gill Millane, Grace's mum, helped in every step of the design and creation.
NZ's biggest collection of Antarctic material up for auction
Antarctic author and historian started building the collection some 40 years ago.
Donors from 139 countries make Givealittle history
More than $9m has been raised on the page set up by Victim Support.
Hamilton councillor critical of Kiwi 'knee jerk reaction' to terror attack
"He sits in the smug comfort of knowing he has impacted on everyday Kiwi life."
87 patients went hospital: Medical staff response 'pretty remarkable'
Canterbury DHB chief executive David Meates says 20 people have been seriously injured.
Family of sick toddler makes big bid to get life-extending drug funded
Spinraza is the only FDA-approved treatment for sufferers of spinal muscular atrophy.
Sustainable babies: Kiwis take up green parenting options like reusable nappies
A shift toward sustainable parenting is a big focus of this years Baby Show.
University of Otago's Law Camp returns, sans jelly wrestling
The University of Otago's Law Camp is back - without the jelly wrestling.
Stockpiling soft plastics before recycling scheme's return could cause backlog
When collection resumes, the soft plastics will no longer be sent to Melbourne.
Commonwealth Games hopeful's leukaemia heartbreak: 'I was really, really angry at life'
Josh Komen was training for the Commonwealth Games - then he was diagnosed with leukaemia.
Thai, Canadian tourists injured after jet boat crash
Police and St John crews are at the site in Skippers Canyon.
Why has Zoe Marshall banned son from watching Peppa Pig?
Zoe Marshall on animated show: "She was negotiating and manipulating every situation."
Kapa haka competition final translated into Mandarin for first time
Gong, a Chinese national, started learning te reo around eight years ago.
'As thick as thieves': Daughter shaves head to support dad in cancer battle
Kerry is battling multiple myeloma but isn't the type to curl up in a ball over it.
The killer selfie: Social media linked to risky behaviour around the water
"People like to push boundaries, go to new frontiers and then share it on social media."
Swept away: Heartbreak of 9 children of drowned couple
Dah Htoo Ukay now looks after her four younger brothers at their family home in Henderson.
DOC considers crackdown on sale of moa bones, eggshells, online
Online sales of moa bones and eggshells could become as extinct as the bird itself.
Horse trainer's shot at success 'a big lift' after daughter's shock diagnosis
"The race doesn't change what's happened....but it's given me a boost at a hard time."
Bad eggs: Study highlights high levels of lead in Auckland's backyard chickens
Hens would ingest lead from soil in a backyard by pecking at the ground or eating bugs.
Castaways: Divers surface to see boat drifting 1km away
Brothers were diving but found themselves stranded when they surfaced.
What happened to Lauren? A father's search for answers
Christchurch's Joseph Douglas McGirr appeared in court yesterday in relation to the death.
Teen rescues friend three days after surf lifesaving lesson
Surf Life Saving Northern region is calling for better funding to allow it to grow.
Howzat for a summer set up? Kiwi-as cricket pitch a sandbar stunner
You have to time it right, but is this the best 'backyard' cricket venue in New Zealand?
Mopping up and moving on: Kaiaua a year on from devastating flood
A year ago Kaiaua was devastated by a monster storm.
Workers asked to carry out 'risk assessment' before using scooters
Beca says the move supports "safe and sustainable" transport options.
'Our baby girl': Parents' pain after scrum machine tragedy
"Love your whānau this Christmas," says family of Karlissa, 4, who died in accident.
Manurewa community 'badly affected' by the death of a preschooler in scrum machine tragedy
The Karakia was an opportunity to "cleanse" the location and restore its spiritual health
Beauty pageants in a post #MeToo era: Empowering or tone deaf?
Beauty pageants are being slammed as a backwards step in a fight for gender equality.
Missing tourist: Trust set up to help Brits urges Grace's family not to give up hope
It's almost seven days since Grace Millane was last seen entering an Auckland hotel.
Macey's biggest fans - parents ultimate trip to see rising footy star
"It is just a buzz to be watching our wee girl at a world cup live."
Lifeline bolsters team of counsellors ahead of busy holiday period
Lifeline receives an average of six calls a day from people in serious distress.
Mum and former lawyer warns against legalising cannabis after synthetic drugs tears life apart
Hooked on synthetic cannabis before developing a marijuana addiction, she lost everything.
School's 'friendship bench' helps lonely kids find a pal
Year 5 pupil Hanna Blackburn said the bench showed the school was a kind place to be.