How to cool down a city: Why Singapore is leading the way
NYT: Singapore rethinks sweltering urban areas to dampen the effects of climate change.
‘Sorry for that crack’: Tory Whanau makes amends with Transport Minister
The left-leaning mayor reveals how she plans to work with a National Government.
Summer scorcher: Where temperatures could hit mid-30s this week
Temperatures could reach mid-30s in parts of NZ later this week, with humidity in the mix.
'Now we're f***ed': Prolific protest group ordered to take down offensive ad
The group that blocked roads and doused a dealership has been ordered to remove an ad.
Blame it on the Blob: Why ocean heatwaves are making for a messy El Niño summer
A blob of warm ocean water is adding a decidedly different flavour to our El Nino summer.
Richard Prebble: What I predict will happen in 2024
OPINION: Ongoing technological change is a certainty.
'Outrageous' contamination: How much recycling ends up in landfill
Once, an entire recycling truck’s contents weighing 4.38t were sent to landfill.
Letters: Balance of payments deficit a real concern
Opinion: "A period of realism is required ..."
How climate change hit home in 2023: Four numbers that tell the story
Climate change truly knocked at our door in 2023, science reporter Jamie Morton explains.
Simon Wilson: When Auckland needed him most, where was Wayne?
OPINION: Five of the top columns of the year from Simon Wilson.
Water restrictions in a near record-wet year: 'We need to rethink our approach'
Napier, Hastings and Waimārama are now under water restrictions - is this the future?
Letters: Call to transform Tank Farm into a Think Farm
OPINION: "Absolutely right to call for more transparency" on waterfront plans.
'Freed from distress and financial pressure': Cyclone-hit homeowner one of first bought out
Auckland Council is working on more than 2200 damage assessments.
COP28: Audrey Brown-Pereira climate change poem turned into hip-hop song
Hip-hop poetry premiered at the Moana Blue Pacific Pavilion for COP28.
Whanganui alternative transport unaffected by NZTA funding halt
Use of shared pathways and bus services in Whanganui has increased over the year.
Auckland floods, Cyclone Gabrielle, and a year of extreme weather
The Front Page reports on two major weather events that stunned the country this year.
Achoo! Hay fever soars as El Nino stirs up huge levels of pollen
The first snapshot of pollen levels in 35 years shows big rise in particles in the air.