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What are climate change's best and worst scenarios? Scientist James Renwick explains.
You say: Plenty of options for Whenuapai.
Methane from cows remains NZ's biggest climate change problem.
Is vaping the answer to getting smokers to put the cigarettes down?
A Rotorua mum believes rear-facing child car seats helped in crash.
There's an emergency in our native wilderness. Why are so many Kiwis oblivious to it?
Jacinda Ardern reveals her proudest moment six months on from the March 15 shootings.
COMMENT: There has been no commitment to making our second language compulsory in schools.
COMMENT: If farmers don't see a future, then the future of New Zealand Inc looks bleak.
You say: The battle for the least informed leader has begun.
COMMENT: It's only a year until the general election.
Editorial: Reflecting on how New Zealand has changed six months since the shots rang out.
What are Te Wānanga o Aotearoa's te reo Māori classes like and why do people take them?
COMMENT: The damage is with their own supporters.
Profile: One woman's 16-year fight to help abused and neglected Tauranga kids.
Many involved in the crash have returned to China, but some are still here recovering.
Bittern have lost 98 per cent of the wetlands they call home. Hunters led a push to help.
EDITORIAL: Prime Minister offended by any suggestion she's building a global profile.
COMMENT: Paula Bennett's ultimate goal is to tarnish the PM.
COMMENT: The past comes back to haunt Jacinda Ardern.
Letters on EV batteries, history, soybeans, roads, minorities and Rod Vaughan.
The Prime Minister talks about her international image and how she aims to represent NZ.
Erebus family objects to choice of memorial of the air disaster for their local park.
The family of a 9-month-old on life-support with measles speak of their ordeal.
They spoke to the Herald two days after the attack. Six months on, we catch up again.
They call themselves the 'B team', and are planning to defeat 'Team Goff'.
COMMENT: It's time to jump back into the waka and learn te reo Māori.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: Review by retired judge contains interesting findings.
Finance Minister agreed with advice that no more money was needed, then changed his mind.
Man takes his fight to remove name from INZ's perpetrators blacklist to Ombudsman.
What happened at Parliament beyond Labour's great scandal?
The 10 tribes of Auckland: Find out where you fit in.
A dog has achieved what experts couldn't, making a massive difference in a teen's life.
What's causing all that disruption on Quay St and where will it all end?
Comment: This is not the first time Labour has received such an allegation.
Comment: Legislation [of cannabis] means the Government can take back control.
NZers urged to vote for legal cannabis to protect users from 'adulterated drugs'.
A lesson in forgiveness: "I know my father is proud of me for doing that."
Who are the staff accused of knowing about Labour allegations?
COMMENT: It's almost inevitable that further heads will roll, it's just a question of who.
Huntly mum misses out on election chance after last-minute nomination ruled invalid.
Whenever a port road is closed, the owner of a hillside takeaways knows she's in trouble.
Tim Dare came to NZ as a child - 61 years later he's told he's not a resident.
A Givealittle page has been set up for the family of Chinese crash victims.
Don Alexander's wedding ring didn't need a hand to make a big trip.
Frustrated by how many people are being housed in motels, one council has taken action.
The PM makes the most of a benefit her predecessors did not have: live-streaming.
Comment: Labour would be in better shape if they'd listened to advice they've been given.
Letters on Fonterra salaries, a second airport, insurance ads, army recruits and National.
Herald reporters examine what progress - if any - we've made in crucial areas.
IAA says it is acting swiftly due to the seriousness of the alleged breaches.
Party president's departure was inevitable and questions will keep coming.
The core goal of business is profit, but there are big obstacles when you're starting out.
This is no ordinary cookie cutter prefab home. It's a symbol of Hawke's Bay innovation.
Comment: A handful of four-lane highways in a select few locations is not the solution.
The levels of E. coli in Lowes Lake was not tested for a year, despite consent conditions.
Although the Labour Party president has resigned, pressure on the Prime Minister remains.
Whanganui residents fuming as up to 24 campers' vehicles parked up for free each day.
Friends who met while in the depths of substance addiction release second album.
Letters on man-made gems, climate emergency, cobalt mining, water and Auckland Transport.
Comment: Hospital services seem to be the main beneficiaries of allotted health funding.
Seeds of a scandal: unpicking the Labour staffer saga.
COMMENT: Election Santas dish out the promises but what happens after?
Just 2.5 per cent of the country's schoolchildren are in Māori medium education.
COMMENT: Big Marijuana will act similar to gambling, tobacco and alcohol industries.
The demolition of the quake-damaged Christchurch stadium is nearly complete.
Today Jamie Mackay has 10 water questions for Todd Muller, tomorrow, Jacinda Ardern.
Mum of a man who died after using synthetic drugs speaks about the 'darkness' he became.
A Rotorua teacher is remembered as an "amazing" role model for the teaching profession.
How do you know if someone's a vegan? Don't worry, they'll tell you.