Toilet seat left up
In a move which analysts say can only heighten tensions in his Lower Hutt household, Bob Jenkins, 54, deliberately leftRead more.
FNDC welcomes Kerikeri brothel application
Sources close to the Far North District Council say that a slim majority support an application by the Chow brothersRead more.
Phobic flyer now frightened of cars too
Betty Woods, 64, who recently attended one of British Airways’ “Flying with Confidence” courses at London’s Heathrow Airport, reports thatRead more.
McDonald’s introduces the Disillusioned Meal
McDonald’s announced today it is trialling a new offering, the Disillusioned Meal, according to Executive Vice President Lucianna Fairhurst. FairhurstRead more.
Tourette’s sufferer mistaken for rap artist
Concertgoers at Auckland’s Spark Arena Saturday night mistook Tourette’s Syndrome sufferer Jason Wells for Dr Dre’s support act. “I meanRead more.
Aucklander conquers Southern Motorway
Motorist Anna Hedges, 27, of Manukau is almost certain to become this year’s Halberg recipient after setting a new recordRead more.
Rising sea level creates more desirable coastal property
Rising sea levels should be celebrated, says Clayton Rheese-Wells of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand, as they willRead more.
Bake Off squirrel gets own show
“Nuts”, the conspicuously well-endowed grey squirrel catapulted into stardom after his appearance on the Great British Bake Off, is toRead more.
Sleeping bag back in stuff sack
A sleeping bag that threatened to engulf a Hokitika living room overnight has been safely contained in its stuff sack,Read more.
SPCA, SAFE protest live tourist shipments
The animal rights lobby group SAFE is joining forces with the SPCA to protest the live shipment of American touristsRead more.