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Peter Griffin and Simon Morton explore the tech world
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A journey through the periodic table of elements with chemistry professor Allan Blackman, from AUT, and Alison Ballance
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There's been three changes in the Silver Ferns squad named to take on the New Zealand men's netball team tonight, in what's expected to be a bruising battle for both sides. The last time the teams met - in June last year - the Ferns lost 66-54. The match is part of the New Zealanders warm-up series, before they take on England in the Taini Jamison …
The medicinal cannabis company Rua Bioscience has had a stellar debut on the stock exchange.
Film and TV reviewer Sarah McMullan looks at what's on offer on the Quibi platform which is now available here in New Zealand. She'll also talk about The Third Day's unusual 12-hour live stream and its relevance to the story and Netflix's The Haunting of Bly Manor.
The latest world, Pacific and sports news.
For the first time, bakers are facing off for the title of the country's best sausage roll. A spinoff from the huge Bakels Pie competition which has run for 23 years, this year the humble snag roll has got its chance for glory. It's serious business, though - trade for the winning baker is likely to go through the roof. Jordan Bond was there.…
A constitutional change in Tonga raises some questions;Prioritising child nutrition crucial to Pacific health and development goals;Mobile phone use a key to maintaining social contact in remote parts of PNG;Research funding to help focus on vulnerable Pacific communities.
Construction of Auckland's City Rail Link is well underway and don't local retailers know it. It's killing the heart of the city and turned it into a cone zone, the sound of construction replacing the ringing of tills.
GNS Science is measuring how much carbon dioxide we're producing in different towns as part of the Carbon Watch NZ project.
Mediawatch's weekly catch-up with Lately. This week Colin Peacock talks to Karyn Hay about a post-election political exit interview that went global; the benefits of non-aligned political coverage and a green light for 'dickhead'.
Numerous streets, public spaces and landmarks around Aotearoa bear the name Freyberg in honour of one of the great 20th-century New Zealanders, who undoubtedly ranks as the country's greatest military leader. But many of our younger generation are less familiar with Bernard Fryberg, and certainly don't know much about the man beyond his military ac…
Robert Kelly interviews the duo who wrote, directed and starred in American festival season hit The Climb Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin.
A Hawke's Bay woman continued to breed puppies on her farm, despite the discovery of a highly contagious and potentially fatal parvovirus just months earlier. The revelation is part of a Checkpoint investigation into the commercial trade of puppies, and the health of two boxer puppies produced by prolific Hastings dog breeder Margaret Harkema. The …
The producer of Neighbours at War Bill Kerton to give his take on what could be done to find a resolution.
This week, the revived Cook Islands Games proves a hit, former Penrith Panthers second rower Tony Puletua reminisces ahead of this weekend's NRL grand final and Papua New Guinea's domestic rugby league season has a thrilling finish.
Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles joins Kathryn to talk about the John Snow Memorandum, put forward in response to the herd-immunity Great Barrington Declaration. Tardigrades were always known to be tough, but now it seems they can survive exposure to UV light. And fish smells strong and unpleasant to many, but it seems there's a gene mutation in …
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.