• Lotto: No big winners on Wednesday, $13.6m jackpot up for grabs on Saturday By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    LOTTO: NO BIG WINNERS ON WEDNESDAY, $13.6M JACKPOT UP FOR GRABS ON SATURDAY

    A huge $13.6 million Lotto jackpot will be up for grabs on Saturday after no one won First Division, Strike or Powerball on Wednesday.

  • Award-winning Canterbury architecture includes the 'unpretentious' By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    AWARD-WINNING CANTERBURY ARCHITECTURE INCLUDES THE 'UNPRETENTIOUS'

    'Casual weekender' one of the big NZIA architecture winners from Canterbury.

    Weekends
  • Andrew 'torn over whether to speak out on Maxwell' By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    ANDREW 'TORN OVER WHETHER TO SPEAK OUT ON MAXWELL'

    He is damned if he does and damned if he doesn't.

  • Wai-iti stargazing site receives international Dark Sky Park recognition By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    WAI-ITI STARGAZING SITE RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL DARK SKY PARK RECOGNITION

    After five years' preparation, a small reserve in the Tasman district has been acknowledged as the bright star of New Zealand's dark...

    Star, International
  • Teen starts old-fashioned milk delivery operation - complete with glass bottles By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    TEEN STARTS OLD-FASHIONED MILK DELIVERY OPERATION - COMPLETE WITH GLASS BOTTLES

    Isaac Reilly, 17, started a business delivering milk to the door at $3.50 a bottle.

    Business, Fashion
  • The moment I said yes: 'He ran 1500km to propose to me' By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    THE MOMENT I SAID YES: 'HE RAN 1500KM TO PROPOSE TO ME'

    30 days running across three states, in 13 different pairs of shoes, Jake Ward had more than the finish line on his mind.

    Shoes
  • Small budgets, big ideas - what a viral porn awareness campaign tells us about New Zealand advertising By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    SMALL BUDGETS, BIG IDEAS - WHAT A VIRAL PORN AWARENESS CAMPAIGN TELLS US ABOUT NEW ZEALAND ADVERTISING

    Praised for using humour to address tough issues, this is just the latest example of a unique advertising culture that makes up in...

    Culture
  • Lockdown spurs home improvement bonanza for builders and retailers By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    LOCKDOWN SPURS HOME IMPROVEMENT BONANZA FOR BUILDERS AND RETAILERS

    After sitting inside for weeks, people are sprucing up their homes.

    People, Home
  • US royal fan has spent $31,000 dressing like Kate, Meghan and Pippa By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    US ROYAL FAN HAS SPENT $31,000 DRESSING LIKE KATE, MEGHAN AND PIPPA

    US woman Danielle Magness-Wellmann began her hobby when William and Kate got engaged.

    Dress
  • First-home buyers snap up apartments to get on property ladder By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    FIRST-HOME BUYERS SNAP UP APARTMENTS TO GET ON PROPERTY LADDER

    Here's how an increasing number are getting an entry into the Auckland market.

    Home, Auckland
  • Side effect of common health supplement causes coronavirus concerns By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    SIDE EFFECT OF COMMON HEALTH SUPPLEMENT CAUSES CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

    ArmaForce can affect the sense of taste and Aussie pharmacists have had a spike in people worried it could be Covid.

    People, Health
  • Beauden Barrett-backed skincare company, Me Today raising up to $4.5m By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    BEAUDEN BARRETT-BACKED SKINCARE COMPANY, ME TODAY RAISING UP TO $4.5M

    NZX-listed Me Today will use the money to lift its profile.

  • Elderly dog abandoned at UK kennel because he hadn't 'learnt to be good' By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    ELDERLY DOG ABANDONED AT UK KENNEL BECAUSE HE HADN'T 'LEARNT TO BE GOOD'

    Owner of 10 years returned his pet to a UK kennel because it hadn't “learnt to be good”, according to a note.

  • $3000 honey jars create a buzz By Stuff   -   Jul 8, 2020

    $3000 HONEY JARS CREATE A BUZZ

    A Kiwi honey company blew the budget out when packaging its limited edition high potency manuka honey, but a rich customer snapped...

  • Carpenter seeking fellow UK expat workmates from 50 years ago By Stuff   -   Jul 7, 2020

    CARPENTER SEEKING FELLOW UK EXPAT WORKMATES FROM 50 YEARS AGO

    John Fletcher was one of 40-odd carpenters who moved from England to NZ in the 1970s after seeing an ad.

    England
  • Wallaby pies putting Waimate 'back on the map' By Stuff   -   Jul 7, 2020

    WALLABY PIES PUTTING WAIMATE 'BACK ON THE MAP'

    Wallaby pies are back on the menu in Waimate with hopes the dish will "put the town back on the map".

  • Love On The Spectrum: At last, a dating show coming to Netflix that's actually real By Stuff   -   Jul 7, 2020

    LOVE ON THE SPECTRUM: AT LAST, A DATING SHOW COMING TO NETFLIX THAT'S ACTUALLY REAL

    "It's not nasty TV and it's not staged or fake... It's like a feel-good Bachelor," explains 19-year-old Chloe, one of 11 people with...

    People, Star, Chloé
  • Book-lovers share their tips for decorating with books in the home By Stuff   -   Jul 7, 2020

    BOOK-LOVERS SHARE THEIR TIPS FOR DECORATING WITH BOOKS IN THE HOME

    Why put your favourite reads away when they can be on display?

    Home
  • Quiz: Afternoon trivia challenge July 13 2020 By Stuff   -   Jul 7, 2020

    QUIZ: AFTERNOON TRIVIA CHALLENGE JULY 13 2020

    When did former Prime Minister Robert Muldoon die?

  • Prince William and Prince Harry formally cut ties as they wrap up Diana's memorial fund By Stuff   -   Jul 7, 2020

    PRINCE WILLIAM AND PRINCE HARRY FORMALLY CUT TIES AS THEY WRAP UP DIANA'S MEMORIAL FUND

    The duo have been running Princess Diana's fund since 2012.