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Interview with Factfulness co-author Anna Rosling Ronnlund, on why we get it wrong
Daily Telegraph: Dating app founder Justin McLeod is an unlikely tech guru.
Faux marble with your tuna tartare and plinky piano ambience?
Are some people born brave or does it come with age and experience?
NYT: Trained sniffers and chemists uncovered molecules that give a rich treat its scents.
Telegraph: There are several ways to punish him that are more effective than a sex strike
Telegraph: Today's 'superdads' might not be as evolved as they think they are.
NYT: Gen X set the precedent for today's social justice warriors.
NYT: Study found young adults believe theirs is the most narcissistic living generation.
Even if you're head-over-heels in love, a wedding is not always hours of giddy happiness.
NYT: He had 16m YouTube subscribers. Then, with a single video, it all came crashing down.
We punish too easily in New Zealand, writes Kyle MacDonald.
Telegraph: Guidelines emphasise the importance of physical and mental activity.
Does sex really burn calories? Lee Suckling investigates.
Times: Architect helping billionaires overhaul penthouses, floating gin palaces and hotels
COMMENT: commodifying women as 'providers of sex' is sexist and debasing.
After being vegan for a year she slipped up. Here's the impact it's had on her health.
Beck Vass shares her Monday night mealtime meltdown.
Clarke Gayford talks with Sarah Daniell on the eve of narrating APO's Planet Earth II.
Lee Suckling shares a 'genius little nugget' about all voices being considered equal.
FT: My fiancée and I tracked the time we spent on chores. Here's what we learnt.
New Zealanders need to start talking about our bowels. Niki Bezzant explains why.
Could an ancient cure-all be the secret to easing eczema's itch? Rebecca Blithe finds out.
COMMENT: Many of the beers we drink are rewards for hard work.
Make sure mum feels special every day, expectant mum and midwife Eleanor McQueen says.
COMMENT: The best gift you can give a child is to let them pretend they're invincible.
"I have been regretting the name I chose for our 14-year-old practically his whole life".
Tom Sainsbury is famous for being funny but he wants to be known for much more than that.
An eastern roadtrip ends in an icecream - and slider - like no other.
Their other halves have murdered, raped or cheated - but these women stuck by them.
Whangārei police are investigating complaints of online fraud from victims around NZ.
What price is paid by the women who look after 'liberated' women's children and houses?
How Jude Law came back from being the laughing stock of Hollywood.
NYT: Could "intentional inducement of FOMO" be considered bullying?
If I don't let my son eat chocolate for breakfast, I get complaints about his "bucket".
NYT: Thirteen years after retiring from modelling, Tyra Banks makes her return.
It's a fact: you can't learn to talk from a screen. But is the advice out there helpful?
NYT: A series of reports suggest the royals may be dispatched by the palace for a stint.
Times: Makers of 'molecular' wines and spirits say they can reproduce high-priced bottles.
The deep divide between parents of children with autism.
"It's such a beautiful place."
Lee Suckling discusses a voyeuristic "phenomenon" he's been a victim of - twice.
It's been a whirlwind 12 months for the royals - and Meghan has handled it with class.
The celebrity sex therapist says more young people don't feel like having sex.
New York Times: How one monarch helped pioneer pain relief.
The New York Times: Deconstructing the party of the year.
Reset your body and mind during the colder months, says Lee Suckling.
Silke Weil jumps in the ring for a round of water boxing.
Unfortunately for meat-loving nations such as ours, a drastic change is needed.
COMMENT: Children and parents need to know what it takes to put food on the table.
What will be the score when former restaurant critic Peter Calder tries stand-up comedy?
The pleasures and pains of cycling.
Childhood has changed, learns Ruth Larsen, for better and for worse.
"It was like the lamb had been on an excellent - and slightly exotic - holiday."
Simon Wilson on the Institute of Architects' Awards - what's good and what's not.
A new swathe of the older population making the most of their extra time.
One of the ultimate comfort foods, are our meat-free friends missing out entirely?
From the nursery to A-list godparents, this is what awaits the royal infant.
It may not be the ideal form of exercise, and can easily fail, but at least it's amusing.
We know a lot less about why people kill themselves than anyone is comfortable admitting.