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Facebook is rolling out features aimed at people suffering from poor mental health.
Here are some easy talking points for when the conversation at this weekend’s parties turns to the Rugby World Cup.
Being the victim of a crime can be a traumatic experience and it can also be an expensive one. So what’s the true cost of a crime?
Writer Hannah August is keen to talk about the "man drought" in a kinder, gentler way.
As Wellington celebrates 150 years as New Zealand's capital, we look back at how it got there.
What does it mean when parliament sits in urgency? Why are they in such a hurry?
Magic Mike XXL seems to like its mostly women audience much more than many Hollywood movies.
Scientists release the first images from Pluto - from a space probe launched almost a decade ago.
Today is the All Black's historic first test in Samoa. It's been a long road getting them there.
The Government's bill to crack down on cyberbullies is being called an attack on free speech.
The outgoing Clerk of the House of Representatives explains her job - and what it's like being the expert on Parliament.
Stressed about exams already? We've got you covered.
Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan on Go Fug Yourself, their new novel The Royal We, celebrity, having the nicest commenters on the internet, and Beyoncé's butt cheeks.
More young adults are asking for food parcels and emergency accommodation, social workers say.
Expect a flurry of budget announcements over the next few weeks - we explain what's going on.
The Wireless speaks to three young New Zealanders on the ground in quake-stricken Nepal.
Taiwan-based company animates #ponytailgate, as New Zealand's Prime Minister continues to make headlines.
The Prime Minister makes international headlines after apologising for repeatedly pulling a waitress' ponytail.
Stupid fun, beautiful people blowing things up, but the latest Marvel film is not quite right, writes Megan Whelan.
There is a fine balance to be struck between remembering an honouring service, and glorifying the horrors of war.
Hillary Clinton has been in the public eye for more than two decades - and now she's running for the top job.
The arrest of former All Black Mils Muliaina has led to online chatter - how should the media handle sexual assault allegations?
Megan Whelan and Julian Vares head along to Southbridge’s first rugby game of the season to see how important the local club is to a small community.
Who wins out of New Zealand's obsession with sport? And who loses?
Megan Whelan goes behind the scenes with Parliament's Hansard reporters.