A New Zealand family has had enough of eager Instagram users trespassing on their property to take photos on the edge of an infinity pool located on the edge of a 50-meter-high cliff at Anawhata Beach, the Guardian reports. For the past five years, Buzz Kronfield, whose family has owned three plots of land at the beach since 1926, has seen an influx of visitors. Located more than 50 miles away from Auckland, a city on New Zealand’s North Island, Anawhata Beach is known for its vibrant blue waters.
Meghan Markle is home awaiting the birth of her first child, while Prince William marked Anzac Day in New Zealand.
A travel buff named Ruth Bamber has sent a public plea to the internet, begging for help finding her engagement ring, and it’s going viral fast. The engaged couple appears to have been enjoying a joyous ski holiday in the Queenstown, New Zealand area where Remarkables Skifield is based, when Bamber accidentally left her ring in the bathroom after washing her hands (because almost all of us have done this, right?).
The 37-year-old is a great source of pride for New Zealand, as the world's youngest female leader and one of very few women who will give birth while leading a country.
Heidi Hunt’s son James has golden-blonde hair that sweeps his shoulders. He wears it this way to commemorate is late grandfather, who once wore his hair in a similar fashion.
Richard Lee was preparing to travel through New Zealand when the country’s passport recognition system couldn’t register his face.
@iloveugly Trust that nervous instinct it’s probably trying to tell you something useful. “The images use women’s bodies as mere props and promote unequal power dynamics,” Rae Duff, the president for the National Council of Women for New Zealand told BuzzFeed. “It reflects how too often women in our society are seen as merely sexual objects and this feeds into our culture of abuse and violence against women.