One of Nato’s most senior former commanders says Europe is heading for war with Russia – but it’s not too late to stop it.
Women look for certain qualities when choosing a father for their children. As fertility clinics struggle to attract sperm donors, new research provides
Some claim that Europeans and Chinese beat Tasman and even Polynesians to these shores. The debate has again erupted, but where’s the evidence?
Fonterra and Zespri are cosying up to a new generation of Japanese farmers whose ageing peers are leaving the land.
Rosetta spacecraft: "Comets could have played a crucial role in the emergence of life on Earth"
A spacecraft has found new clues that suggest life may have been bombed into existence by comets.
US: Expat New Zealanders and the decline of the Smug Kiwi Syndrome
Expat Kiwis used to feel superior in the US, but the tide has turned – and not just because Starbucks is serving flat whites.
Auckland War Memorial Museum director Roy Clare - interview
Roy Clare reckons it’s preferable to focus on perspectives.