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Rent Meghan's clothes... and other cool ideas for 2019
Andrew Stone presents 10 smart ideas and products which could get traction in 2019.
Big Read: Don't fear the robots - they're not coming to devour our jobs
Robots are widely plugged into the economy, but what does the robot future look like?
Maori historian makes final appeal for World War I images
Historian Monty Soutar is making a last plea for rare pictures of WWI Maori soldiers
Big Read: 10 innovations you need to know for 2017
Fog harvesting, floating dairy farm and smog towers... Andrew Stone outlines some clever and inspiring innovations that we might hear a bit about in 2017.
After 61 years, bugler plays the Last Post for the final time
A bugler whose tributes to war casualties have moved thousands of New Zealanders has played for the last time.
Book review: Wild Roads - A New Zealand Journey, Bruce Ansley
Author Bruce Ansley cherishes pointing his car along New Zealand's highways and roads.
Andrew Stone: Aussie politics - it's a brutal business, mate
Turnbull's coup against Abbott this week proves that while modern prime ministers still survive or perish based on the support of their colleagues.
100 Kiwi Stories: Sexual health pioneer was 'guardian angel of Anzacs'
97: The headstone near a whitewashed church in Rarotonga reads, "In memory of Ettie A. Hornibrook."
100 Kiwi Stories: Trooper died before learning of VC
96: Lawrence Weathers was an undertaker by trade and a soldier by choice. He was also one of four New Zealanders awarded the Victoria Cross while serving in the Imperial Australian Army.
100 Kiwi Stories: Pupil's life cut short by sniper's bullet
92: On the honours board at Dilworth School the name of one pupil - Eric Guest Ancell - is inescapable.
100 Kiwi Stories: Young soldier keeps silent watch
88: Almost 100 years after he died in the uniform of another country, soldier Alexander Ormond stands firm in relief beside the pounding Pacific.
100 Kiwi Stories: Fearless horseman loved adventure
87: Frank Twisleton loved service and he loved adventure. A Yorkshireman, the young Twisleton emigrated to New Zealand with his parents and brother Thomas in 1895.
100 Kiwi Stories: Gun mishap failed to mar sterling career
85: Major was one of the "A" Battery commanders when a 101-gun royal salute in Auckland's Albert Park backfired in June 1911, injuring four.