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Brad Smeele was a champion wakeboarder until an accident left him with no limb feeling.
Author Joy Cowley has revealed she has just under 30 per cent eyesight left.
Hayes was with NZ climbers Marty and Denali Schmidt when they were killed by an avalanche.
Kiwis are quick to publicly embrace and declare their support for socially just causes.
GRAPHIC WARNING: Carl Loader attends crime scenes to clean up after police have finished.
Handheld device use is believed to be leading to injuries for young children.
Mobile phones can be a real pain in the neck ... and the hands, eyes and ears.
The Muraka resort sleeps up to six adults and three children
Colin Hogg on Sam Hunt: He's the brightest person I've ever met but he's funny as a flea.
Renowned New Zealand photojournalist Wade Goddard launches book of images.
Suzanne Lynch leads vocals in a remake of Piece of My Heart to raise funds for Lifeline.
Nine Kiwis are booked on Virgin Galactic's space tourism flights moving towards lift-off.
New TV show aims to get more Kiwis on to bikes for transport, recreation and fun.
Kiwi fitness expert calls for guidelines around high-intensity interval training.
Kiwis advised to de-stress and switch off as workplace pressure rises
Stars tell of battles with drinking on Alcoholics Anonymous' 70th anniversary in NZ.
Cyclist Alexander Ray's mum delighted hearing him speak for first time since road crash
Kiwi Delwyn Moller returning home to use discoveries from space to help life in NZ
A simple screening device which indicates heart defects in newborns can save their lives.
Muse who wed George Harrison, then Eric Clapton will tell life story in a show in Auckland
Starship paediatrician to transform into superhero for fundraising cycle the length of NZ.
The Auckland Harbour Bridge will come alive in a brilliant sight and sound show.
Former Labour deputy leader Dame Annette King reflects on life in and out of politics.