But for some people with unusual jobs, tales of their work life elicit a different ... the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Eastern Victoria GP Training and other clinics. She also works as a patient model.
The 22-year-old tourist was hitchhiking near Matamata on October 15, when the knife was pulled on him and his cash stolen. Detective Sergeant William Loughrin said it was a cowardly attack, that "changed the victim's perspective of New Zealand forever".
New data released to the Weekend Herald reveals the tunnel has been used for more than 6.6 million trips since it opened to the public on July 2. And more than 400,000 vehicles are using it every ... "These travel time savings are great news not only.
Stephen Findlay may spend the rest of his life behind bars. He cannot remember the heinous acts that put him there but he has to confront them every time he looks in the mirror. Rob Kidd reports on the families' search for answers and a community.
NZ On Screen's Nicky Harrop goes in search of some vintage career advice.
Two-thirds of Britons say they can't poach eggs properly, and this week domestic goddess Nigella Lawson admitted even she was intimidated by the fiddly job until recently, when she devised a new approach - using a tea strainer, reports Daily Mail.
A public referendum on legalising cannabis for personal use will be held by the 2020 election as part of the agreement between the Green and Labour parties. Green Party leader James Shaw said that legalising cannabis had been party policy for 20 years, .
At first glance, it seems the perfect solution to the world's most dangerous standoff: Find a way to get China to use its enormous influence to force North Korea to abandon its nuclear bombs. The countries, after all, share a long, porous border.
However the Herald understands that Shaw, Sage and Genter will be the ministers and Logie will be an under-secretary. It has all but been confirmed by ... Logie wil be an under-secretary, typically a job which focuses on a specific project. The four.
Kerre McIvor: So let Jacinda Ardern do this New Zealand Herald.
There are said to be as many as 90,000 young New Zealanders who are not in employment education or training, which is remarkable considering the number of providers of tertiary education in towns and cities throughout the country. Polytechnics and .
She worked as a researcher and advisor at home, for former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, and in the United Kingdom for former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. She grew up in the towns of Morrinsville and Murupara in the North Island and was .