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A fusion of art and culture makes the revisualised South Atrium shine. Photos by Dean Purcell.
The Covid-19 lockdown of New Zealand started at 11:59pm 25 March 2020. This is what it was like on the first morning.
The Royal Meteorological Society has announced the winner of its Weather Photographer of the Year award, with lightning strikes and billowing storms among the top entries.
The National Convention Centre was due to open next year. The Herald took a look inside in July and have been given pictures of the damage right after the fire was extengiushed
Robert Webb, manager of the Whangārei Native Bird Recovery Centre, moves newly hatched in to a kiwi crèche. Video / Julia Czerwonatis
Amidst this year’s new releases, 2021 is shaping up to be the year of the daily watch, watches that seamlessly combine Swiss artistry with day-to-day functionality. These go-to watches are chameleons on the wrist and are easy to wear from day to night. www.thehourglass.com/nz
For all the high-tech gear available to big-city fire departments, investigators still see value in old-school tools. These drawings were made by a French firefighter and professional sketch artist, Laurent Clerjeau, as the cathedral burned, and in the days afterward. They show how the flames spread, and record what firefighters did to try to contain them.
The gadget helping Kiwi canoe racing athletes edge ahead. Video / Sport NZ
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern received her first Covid vaccine with little fuss at Manurewa Marae, saying it was 'pretty pain free'. Video / Adam Pearse
More than 300 mourners attended the funeral of Taranaki "Ardie" Fuimaono, a Head Hunters gang member who died shortly after being taken into police custody almost a week ago. Video / Alex Burton