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In Sir Ed's footsteps: Hillary's granddaughter set to conquer Everest
Lily Hillary plans to do Base Camp next year and summit in 2020 with her dad and brothers.
'If the board wasn't there I wouldn't have an arm today': Shark attack victim
'If the board wasn't there I wouldn't have an arm today.'
What it's like to sponsor three little girls less fortunate
Fiona Miller has sponsored three girls from India and Africa in the past 16 years.
Take the power back: Nationwide petrol boycott to target companies one by one
Tens of thousands of Kiwis interested in taking part in boycott later this month.
The true cost of cyberbullying to NZ: $444m each year
A report finds 1 in 10 Kiwis are cyberbullied and a third do not ask for help.
Car-crash-related injuries in 2017 hit 16-year high
Māori made up close to 70 per cent of those seriously hurt in road collisions last year.
Could traces of Roundup be in a key source of New Zealand's drinking water?
An expert expects some Roundup to "definitely" be found in groundwater.
Dotcom case: High Court overturns breach of privacy ruling
High Court also finds it would not have upheld the damages paid out to Kim Dotcom.
Traces of plastics chemical detected in Wellington aquifer
Chemical found in plastic detected in tests on Hutt City aquifer.
Asbestos-related cancer sufferer warning to others
Gary Ryan didn't realise the danger of what he was doing all those years ago.
'It's Australia's problem' - NZ strawberry grower on needles fiasco
Strawberry grower Phil Greig says it's important for people not to panic.
Vintage car exploding with flowers on Auckland street
The purpose behind the guerrilla installation is simply to 'spread the joy'.
Auckland's footpaths soon to be clogged with speedy yellow e-scooters
The Herald got to test ride a sample e-scooter in Wynard Quarter today.
Step closer to new law jailing people who attack paramedics
Australia now has a similar law and the UK this week doubled jail time for attackers.
SPCA investigating suspected poisoning of Titirangi chickens
It's unclear what poison may have been used - some Titirangi locals allege it was 1080
'Traumatising to watch': Famed Titirangi chickens 'poisoned'
"It was like they were really drunk... they could barely walk or stand" - Witness
Witness: 'Piercing screams' heard as police taser man accused of aiming loaded rifle at officers
Two officers narrowly avoided death after a man allegedly pulled trigger on rifle at them.
Kiwi households paying 'almost 80 per cent more for power today than in 1990'
Distributors are not making "excessive profits", electricity pricing review finds.
Paramedic's rare and risky procedure to save 3-year-old Ivy
Ivy, who has since been diagnosed with tonic-clonic epilepsy, is back to her bubbly self.
Swamped by cold calls: Consumer watchdog wants 'Do Not Call' register
Consumer NZ wants official Do Not Call register to be set up to stop nuisance calls.
Paramedic keeps job after making 'offensive' comments
The woman was told "there were already 600 patients at Middlemore ED just like her".
From chemo to six-pack: 'I looked like a 67-year-old man'
Gary-John Hill's unbelievable transformation, just six months on from chemo.
A power box exploded on the street. Their household appliances were destroyed
Maria Molisi who is 36 weeks pregnant, says the stress of the ordeal has been unbearable.
Man died minutes after paramedics decided he didn't need to go to hospital
Paramedics told to personally apologise to man's family and undertake further training.
Central city tragedy: Man dies on Queen St after taking synthetic drugs
In late July, the Coroner found 45 deaths linked to synthetics from the year to June.
Tensions flare at inquest into near 18-year-old case
Eddie Tavinor was decapitated when a truck part flew through his ute windscreen in 2000.
Apartment owner 'disgusted' controversial cladding not yet removed
City Garden Apartments is one of 25 Auckland buildings with cladding like Grenfell Tower.