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Back from the depths: Brad Smeele's incredible new adventure
Brad Smeele was a champion wakeboarder until an accident left him with no limb feeling.
Beloved Kiwi author Joy Cowley: 'I'm losing my eyesight'
Author Joy Cowley has revealed she has just under 30 per cent eyesight left.
British explorer Adrian Hayes recalls last moments with Kiwis who died on K2
Hayes was with NZ climbers Marty and Denali Schmidt when they were killed by an avalanche.
How did we get so woke? The rise of virtue signalling
Kiwis are quick to publicly embrace and declare their support for socially just causes.
Big Read: Meet the man who cleans up the crime scenes
GRAPHIC WARNING: Carl Loader attends crime scenes to clean up after police have finished.
Device use leading to neck injuries for kids as young as 4
Handheld device use is believed to be leading to injuries for young children.
The unhealthy selfie - Why your smartphone is out to get you
Mobile phones can be a real pain in the neck ... and the hands, eyes and ears.
Sleeping with the fishes... Kiwi's $73,000 a night underwater hotel
The Muraka resort sleeps up to six adults and three children
New book offers glimpse into Sam Hunt's private world
Colin Hogg on Sam Hunt: He's the brightest person I've ever met but he's funny as a flea.
'Disbelief and horror': The life of a war photographer
Renowned New Zealand photojournalist Wade Goddard launches book of images.
The Kiwi taking on Janis Joplin classic to save lives
Suzanne Lynch leads vocals in a remake of Piece of My Heart to raise funds for Lifeline.
'We're getting very close now': Branson, Kiwis set to rocket into space
Nine Kiwis are booked on Virgin Galactic's space tourism flights moving towards lift-off.
People on Bikes to take viewers on ride of their lives
New TV show aims to get more Kiwis on to bikes for transport, recreation and fun.
'Smashing yourself': Warning over new fitness trend
Kiwi fitness expert calls for guidelines around high-intensity interval training.
The Big Read: Work, life and stress. It's making you sick - what you can do to fix it
Kiwis advised to de-stress and switch off as workplace pressure rises
Why does booze do this to me? Jordan Luck on 36 beers a day
Stars tell of battles with drinking on Alcoholics Anonymous' 70th anniversary in NZ.
'Oh darling, it's so good to have you back': A mum's joy as top cyclist battles back from crash
Cyclist Alexander Ray's mum delighted hearing him speak for first time since road crash
From Nasa to Alexandra - scientist returns to lead Kiwi space research
Kiwi Delwyn Moller returning home to use discoveries from space to help life in NZ
How simple screening device can save babies' lives
A simple screening device which indicates heart defects in newborns can save their lives.
Muse who wed George Harrison, then Eric Clapton coming to NZ
Muse who wed George Harrison, then Eric Clapton will tell life story in a show in Auckland
'Captain Underpants' in ride of life for Kiwi kids
Starship paediatrician to transform into superhero for fundraising cycle the length of NZ.
Best places to see the Auckland Harbour Bridge light up tonight
The Auckland Harbour Bridge will come alive in a brilliant sight and sound show.
Dame Annette King: Her life in and out of politics
Former Labour deputy leader Dame Annette King reflects on life in and out of politics.