Natalia Sutherland
The 25-year-old says putting the jersey on for a Bledisloe Cup Test is a childhood dream fulfilled.
‘I’ve always dreamed of this’ – Richie Mo’unga speaks of delight at wearing No 10 jersey for All Blacks
Jazz Thornton has dedicated her life to helping others after police officer Meika Campbell’s lifesaving act.
Auckland woman using 'caring' cop's heroic act to inspire others battling mental health issues
Interest in the bullrush-like sport has been steadily growing since 2012.
Kabaddi - the Indian sport attracting our rugby players
And take a brief look at the journey Kiwi women took to be granted the right to vote in NZ.
Kiwi women voted for the first time 125 years ago today
Jess and Luke are rescuing bees and rehoming them on people’s roofs.
Meet the Auckland couple rescuing bees and putting them on rooftops
Finland is the only European country that has seen a decline in homelessness.
How Finland solved its homeless crisis while numbers increase across Europe
And take a brief look at the journey Kiwi women took to be granted the right to vote in NZ.
'We were really excited' - hear the voices of some of the first New Zealand women to vote 125 years ago
There’s no official record of how many Kiwis are homeless, however census data gives an estimate of those without a home.
Who are NZ's homeless? Thousands of Kiwi kids and it could be getting worse, expert warns
Waikato family turns to Givealittle to fund much needed Cough Assist Machine for son Austin
Ezymovez is an Auckland dance fitness group encouraging all ages, genders and ethnicities to get active while building community.
Auckland dance group aims to get people fit, promote diversity and 'build a community'
Allison Frankton from Christchurch is passionate about the environment, but she also wants to use a plastic straw.
‘Disabled people care about the environment’: Include us in the plastic straw debate says the disability community
Katie Boom has raised thousands of dollars and helped thousands of children by going barefoot for five years.
1 NEWS Community: Kiwi woman goes five years without wearing shoes to raise money to help Cambodian children get an education
The GoodSAM app is designed to alert people nearby to those having a cardiac arrest.
‘It’s like an electronic call for help’ – new app could save the lives of those suffering a cardiac arrest
If successful Ella Yearbury will be able to walk and stand unaided for the first time.
Generous Kiwis chip in to raise over $150k for 'amazing' Auckland girl's life-changing surgery to help her walk unaided for the first time
Madeline Anello-Kitzmiller was assaulted by a man at R&V, abused online, now she’s marching for consent.
Woman groped at R&V the target of serious online abuse including death and deportation threats
Chloe Jordan was admitted to hospital after she became violently ill while on her period.
'It was really scary' - Hamilton teen left in ICU after suspected tampon induced toxic shock syndrome
Hannah Rodgers wanted to teach her son about kindness but never imagined it would turn into a movement.
'Blew me away' – Mum behind Christmas cards for lonely elderly overwhelmed with incredible response of Kiwis
The hairdressers from Dunedin and Auckland competed in the ‘Olympics’ of hairdressing awards in London.
Video: Kiwi hairdressing pair go platinum with top accolade at 'Olympics' of hairdressing, label it 'mind-blowing'
Underwater cameraman Steve Hathaway plays a leading role in Sir David Attenborough’s new BBC series.
'I'm still pinching myself' - Kiwi plays leading role on Sir David Attenborough's epic new BBC series Blue Planet II
National Party transport spokesperson Simon Bridges says lower income families will feel the effects of Auckland’s fuel tax.
Oil companies could have the say on who pays Auckland fuel tax, National warns
Calls for New World's healthy checkouts to go nationwide after trial gains widespread praise
New World introduces healthy snacks to checkouts near Wellington, to phase out plastic bags nationwide
Jai Selkirk's performance at a recent poetry slam has had more than one million views.
Video: 'It's been crazy' - Auckland teen overwhelmed by positive response to his poem slamming Maori stereotypes
Before the Chibok girls made headlines worldwide, Kiwi photographer Ruth McDowall found herself documenting the lives of Boko Haram's first kidnapping victims.
In her own words: Taranaki photographer's journey from small town NZ to one-on-one with the victims of Boko Haram
Coral Winiata's video of her learning to sign with her daughter Jireh has gained thousands of views and praise from the public.
'It was a bit overwhelming' – Kiwi mum and deaf daughter inspire others with sign language videos
Miria Falvell didn’t expect she would receive the wave of positive comments and views when she posted a makeup tutorial in te reo.
Watch: Meet the Kiwi beauty vlogger whose te reo makeup tutorials are proving a hit on YouTube: 'Showing our culture to the world'
Te Aroha Isaia filmed the side effect of having six rounds of chemotherapy to help fight her breast cancer.
Watch: Auckland woman, 24, with breast cancer films the raw moments of her final chemo session
Te Aroha never thought she'd hear the words that she had breast cancer at just 24 years old.
'Let's get rid of it' – brave young woman meets battle with cancer head on
Adele review: A ballad queen whose banter makes a stadium feel intimate
Lydia Harvey and her family are trying to do what seems utterly impossible – live off their backyard for one whole year.
Goodbye supermarket shopping, hello living off the land - Whanganui family gives up grocery shopping for a year