All Blacks will cover up tatts in Japan’s Rugby World Cup

The All Blacks will respect Japanese culture by covering up tattoos as requested by Rugby World Cup 2019 directors and World Rugby. Teams and supporters have been warned...

Lotto draw as odd as you can get as 40 win First Division

Forty Kiwis have taken out Lotto First Division - the most winners in the games' 30-year-history - but they will only walk away with $25,000 each. Wednesday night's...

Young boy arrested for putting needles into strawberries

Police in Australia have arrested a young boy who admitted to inserting needles into strawberries as part of an apparent prank. New South Wales Acting Assistant Police Commissioner...

Coca Cola analysing cannabis in wellness drinks

Coca-Cola says it is "closely watching'' the expanding use of a cannabis element in drinks, another sign cannabis and cannabis-infused products are getting more acceptance in mainstream...

Beef sausages with no meat on the ingredients list

If you are buying "Pure Beef sausages" what is the one ingredient you would expect to find on the list... Beef right? Apparently not. Ted Scott said the sausages...

Married at First Sight NZ cast revealed

MediaWorks have managed to find their new cast of Married at First Sight NZ. Despite every couple from last season except Angel and Brett breaking up by the end of the...

Hurricane Florence reaches the Carolinas

The outer bands of Hurricane Florence, a large and dangerous Category 2 storm and one of 9 deadly storms circling the globe, landed on the North Carolina...

Man given ‘bionic penis’ after being born without one

A man born without a penis has lost his virginity aged 45 thanks to a bionic manhood made from his own skin. Andrew Wardle, from Manchester, had a...

Strawberries pulled from Australian supermarkets after needle sabotage

Woolworths Australia has pulled strawberries from its shelves and a recall issued for Berrylicious and Berry Obsession strawberries purchased in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria after...

This New York City café is embracing Māori Language Week

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori has made it all the way to the Big Apple - or should we say Te Āporo Nui? Kiwi-owned Happy Bones Café in Manhattan is embracing...