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Youth Week Momentum Builds

Youth Week Momentum Builds

Momentum is building for Youth Week 2010 which will be launched this Saturday in Whangarei by young people from Te Ora Hou, Northland.

Women 2nd In Men's Top 10 Discussion Topics

Women 2nd In Men's Top 10 Discussion Topics

An international survey, carried out by UEFA Champions League sponsor Heineken, has shown wives and girlfriends are second when it comes to the topics most discussed by men when they get together with their mates.

The Whale Said Thank You

The Whale Said Thank You

More from the 'our rubbish is killing the wildlife' files.

Akaroa Tastes Like A Tiny Slice Of Paradise In A South Pacific French Oasis

Akaroa Tastes Like A Tiny Slice Of Paradise In A South Pacific French Oasis

Sitting up in bed swallowing eggs Provencal I gaze out the large ship-style porthole window to glassy Akaroa Harbour. My moment in paradise is interrupted by the sweetest sound of a native bellbird morning song.

Toi Pōneke Gallery Becomes A House Of Complexity

Toi Pōneke Gallery Becomes A House Of Complexity

It will be like walking into a home as you enter Toi Pōneke Gallery from Friday 28 May.

Why Barefoot Runners Have The Edge On Shoe-Wearing Rivals

Your foot is a marvel of 26 bones, 33 joints, 3 arches, and over a hundred muscles, tendons, and ligaments. For millions of years humans went their entire lives barefoot. Runners competed in marathons and even broke the 4-minute mile barrier wearing only leather slippers.

New Exhibition Ready To Roll Takes Shape At City Gallery Wellington

New Exhibition Ready To Roll Takes Shape At City Gallery Wellington

Auckland artist Richard Maloy will go through a small mountain of cardboard over the next week, as his installation for City Gallery Wellington exhibition Ready to Roll takes shape.

MasterChef New Zealand Finalist To Judge the Great Manukau Bakeoff

MasterChef New Zealand Finalist To Judge the Great Manukau Bakeoff

MasterChef New Zealand finalist Kirsty Cardy is to judge Manukau’s best baking at a special contest at Summerset by the Park on 11 June.

Top 10 Pre-Mobile Phone Inventions

 Top 10 Pre-Mobile Phone Inventions

The mobile phone is without doubt the most indispensable gadget on the market today. Although humans were happily phoneless for millennia, it's hard now to imagine how we got by without them. Picture teenagers communicating with each other without mobiles? That's like so not possible.

New Zealand's Rarest Stamp Posted To Te Papa

New Zealand's Rarest Stamp Posted To Te Papa

New Zealand's rarest stamp, incorrectly printed in 1903 and showing Lake Taupo and Mount Ruapehu upside down, was today presented to Te Papa on long term loan by New Zealand Post Group Chief Executive, Brian Roche. It is the only known survivor of 80 incorrectly printed stamps.