While it’s a world first to have two sisters on the show, NZ has tried the double-bachelorette formula, sparking a race debate.
The story behind the viral photo is a tribute to nurses everywhere.
People are different. So what?
There’s plenty of trust, and some pretty "candid" discussions.
One night, as a child, Holly Hoyle O’Brien woke up in tears. "My daddy died, I have a sister, we need to find her," she told
Ram Dass, the Western spiritual teacher, refers to it as 'this energy transformation dance called dying'. If I'd approached it in that way when I was diagnosed with melanoma in 2009, I wouldn't have been so paralysed by fear.