• Recipe: Easiest ever chocolate cake By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    RECIPE: EASIEST EVER CHOCOLATE CAKE

    This throw-it-all-in-the-food processor chocolate cake is useful for many occasions.

    Food
  • Coronavirus: Harpists pay tribute to essential workers with 'peaceful lullaby' By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS: HARPISTS PAY TRIBUTE TO ESSENTIAL WORKERS WITH 'PEACEFUL LULLABY'

    Harpists thank those working through the Covid-19 pandemic by playing Hine e Hine for them.

  • 'Don't have any scissors': Hamilton woman cuts own hair with kitchen knife By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    'DON'T HAVE ANY SCISSORS': HAMILTON WOMAN CUTS OWN HAIR WITH KITCHEN KNIFE

    Desperate to get a hair cut, Corrie Loose-Pin Walker took drastic measures after a fourteenth day in lockdown.

    Hair
  • The Squeeze: Stormwater levy hike proposed for new sections in Blenheim By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    THE SQUEEZE: STORMWATER LEVY HIKE PROPOSED FOR NEW SECTIONS IN BLENHEIM

    Major drain upgrades mean more expensive stormwater levies, with househunters likely to pay the price.

  • 'We're not claiming to be an essential service': Christchurch company can deliver fake tan, The Warehouse can't By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    'WE'RE NOT CLAIMING TO BE AN ESSENTIAL SERVICE': CHRISTCHURCH COMPANY CAN DELIVER FAKE TAN, THE WAREHOUSE CAN'T

    Sun Kissed Tan says it applied for approval to deliver because "it's got to be fair".

  • Prince Harry won't apply for US citizenship or a green card 'anytime soon' By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    PRINCE HARRY WON'T APPLY FOR US CITIZENSHIP OR A GREEN CARD 'ANYTIME SOON'

    Prince Harry will not be taking that oath of American citizenship, despite speculation that he would apply following his recent move...

    Los Angeles
  • Coronavirus: Popular lockdown teddy bear hunt goes digital on billboards By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS: POPULAR LOCKDOWN TEDDY BEAR HUNT GOES DIGITAL ON BILLBOARDS

    Virtual teddy bears are now popping up on billboards across the country for city kids to spot.

    City
  • I made the ice coffee taking the internet by storm. I should have used a sachet By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    I MADE THE ICE COFFEE TAKING THE INTERNET BY STORM. I SHOULD HAVE USED A SACHET

    The internet is going crazy for this homemade ice coffee, but is it worth the effort?

  • Sloth sends dolphins crazy at US aquarium By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    SLOTH SENDS DOLPHINS CRAZY AT US AQUARIUM

    There's a very happy meeting at a US aquarium.

  • Things to do at home that aren't craft, baking or cleaning By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    THINGS TO DO AT HOME THAT AREN'T CRAFT, BAKING OR CLEANING

    I don't like craft and cleaning any more than I did a week ago.

    Home
  • Pampered pooch in first class on near-empty US flight By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    PAMPERED POOCH IN FIRST CLASS ON NEAR-EMPTY US FLIGHT

    US flight attendant says all her time and affection "went to Beano" on five-hour flight.

  • People encouraged not to share isolation-drinking memes By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    PEOPLE ENCOURAGED NOT TO SHARE ISOLATION-DRINKING MEMES

    There are worries children are likely to pick up drinking culture from adults using alcohol to cope.

    People, Drink, Culture
  • Coronavirus: Don't burst in your bubble By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS: DON'T BURST IN YOUR BUBBLE

    Frazzled on the frontline? Children fearful? Worried your bubble is about to pop?

  • How to create your own thrifty food production hub By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    HOW TO CREATE YOUR OWN THRIFTY FOOD PRODUCTION HUB

    In our present bubbles with work and food supply uncertain, now is a good time for thrifty home food prep options.

    Home, Food
  • Mind tricks: What it takes to get yourself through the boredom and tough moments By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    MIND TRICKS: WHAT IT TAKES TO GET YOURSELF THROUGH THE BOREDOM AND TOUGH MOMENTS

    OPINION: If there's one thing running teaches you, it's how to get through when the finish line seems like it will never arrive.

  • Buyer stuck in chain of stalled house sales pleads for help as bill grows daily By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    BUYER STUCK IN CHAIN OF STALLED HOUSE SALES PLEADS FOR HELP AS BILL GROWS DAILY

    He can't settle on his new house in lockdown - so he's being charged $350 a day.

  • Grandparents left on the outer by the lockdown By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    GRANDPARENTS LEFT ON THE OUTER BY THE LOCKDOWN

    I've been put out to pasture, just when I'd finally mastered the carseat clips and collection points for each child.

    Collection
  • Coronavirus: How lockdown has turned Kiwi GPs' lives upside down By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS: HOW LOCKDOWN HAS TURNED KIWI GPS' LIVES UPSIDE DOWN

    OPINION: I can't speak for all my colleagues, but I know I am fearful at times.

  • Coronavirus: Put the driveway parties on hold, save it for a 'gigantic' coronavirus-free celebration By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS: PUT THE DRIVEWAY PARTIES ON HOLD, SAVE IT FOR A 'GIGANTIC' CORONAVIRUS-FREE CELEBRATION

    Yes, they're technically staying at home, but Kiwis taking part in driveway parties are told they're bending the lockdown rules.

    Home, Celebration, Celebrity
  • Coronavirus: I made my own non-medical fabric face mask, but will I use it? By Stuff   -   Apr 6, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS: I MADE MY OWN NON-MEDICAL FABRIC FACE MASK, BUT WILL I USE IT?

    Should we be wearing them or not? Health officials are still mulling over that question, but I tried making a non-medical version.

    Health