Japanese chains scrap porn magazines ahead of 2020 Olympics

Two of Japan's biggest convenience store chains have said they will stop selling pornographic magazines ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, and the Olympic Games in...

Unpaid Fyre Festival caterer receives $200K donation after Netflix documentary

A caterer who was one of the many locals impacted by the infamous Fyre Festival has received more than $200,000 in donations after appearing in Netflix's documentary on...

“Unruly” British tourists have left New Zealand

The group of unruly British tourists who have created headlines around the world appear to be making plans to leave New Zealand with the first of the...

Māori and Pasifika men’s mental health in the spotlight in new Kiwi series The...

Oli-Alainu'uese's barber shop in Hawke's Bay is the subject of Māori Television's new online docu-series, The Barber, which launches on Stuff on Tuesday. The eight-part series follows the life of Oli-Alainu'uese; who lives in...
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Aussies suggest: Let’s merge with New Zealand

A character in the latest Australia Lamb ad, released ahead of Australia Day, says Australia "used to be the greatest country on Earth, but we've lost the plot....

Auckland teens launch online condom delivery service

A group of Kiwi teens is taking aim at the embarrassment of buying contraception in stores by setting up an online condom delivery service. Founded by 18-year-olds Jamie...

How to stop Facebook advertisers snooping on your private life

A series of Facebook privacy scandals, and the company's sometimes questionable efforts to clean up after them, have seen a lot of people leave the site. Luckily if...

Motorist captures child driving on motorway while mother texts

A motorist has shared their disbelief after witnessing what appeared to be a preschooler steering a on Auckland's Southern Motorway in peak hour traffic. The witness said she...

The reasons behind New Zealand’s ‘shocking’ rate of unplanned pregnancies

New Zealand women's low uptake of long-lasting contraception is partly to blame for the country's "shocking" rate of unplanned pregnancies, researchers say. Researchers say a big part of...

Plastic bag sales boom as supermarkets ban single use bags

In an ironic twist, many families are finding they have swapped free plastic shopping bags, which had a double use as a shopping and rubbish bag, for bought plastic...