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Our Noel Leeming tech expert gave Joe Naufahu, Art and Matilda some gym gadgets to try out this morning - so how did they rate them?
Victim advocate Louise Nicholas says the recent "#MeToo" campaign is empowering women to speak out safely, with tens of thousands of people around the world taking to social media to share their stories of sexual harassment and assault.
Rodeo season gets underway this weekend. Rodeos are banned in parts of Europe, Australia, Brazil and Canada - should they be banned here?
Here's where you can enter our awesome Murder On The Orient Express competition, thanks to 20th Century Fox! Make sure you comment on the original post. 👍🏼
Bromances are jeopardising heterosexual relationships, according to scientists. Anyone you know spring to mind?
Do you have a work spouse? The benefits of having one are immense - high productivity, increased loyalty to your workplace and decreased stress levels.
The IRD's found itself in hot water for using psychometric testing on staff. What are these tests, and are they still relevant in the workplace?
We sent Jack Tame back to the classroom to learn how to weld and spray paint, through the magic of virtual reality. How hard could it be?
After 10 rocky years at the club, Mike Ashley has decided to put the Magpies up for sale.
The Labour leader criticises the Act leader's take on the coalition negotiations.