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Gravity wave proved similar in size to one produced in the 1883 Krakatau eruption.
A failure of nations to tackle Covid-19 together will see pandemic rage for years to come.
The Govt today unveils its final plan to cut emissions out to 2035. What can we expect?
Cerebrospinal fluid can regenerate the memory centre and may help to rejuvenate bodies.
Researchers can grow plants from dirt sourced by the Apollo 11 mission to the moon.
Scientists describe the cosmic destroyer as 'the cowardly lion of black holes'.
Auckland upswing in Covid-19 cases may signal the start a national climb to a new normal.
High vax rate has helped push our cumulative case fatality risk at less than 0.1 per cent.
NZ's case count just passed the million mark. What does that mean and what lies ahead?
Does adulthood begin at 25? Brain development research sparks call for health overhaul.
The fourth oldest marine reserve in NZ celebrates its 30th anniversary this month.
The Government needs to start counting re-infections, says epidemiologist Michael Baker.
Millions of people around the world have inhabited a "grey zone" between living and dying.
"I can't help but be a little bit terrified that it could be my future."
If you live in a one-in-100-year flood zone, you'll likely lose insurance, expert warns.
Climate scientist's expanded record reveals how unusually warm NZ's summer was.
New York Times: Mu, once a "variant of interest", quickly faded away to nothing. Why?
OPINION: What does the science tell us about these new variants growing around the world?
Dr James Fingleton says Māori and Pacific communities are more likely to have asthma.
By 2040, once-a-century floods could be happening annually in NZ's two biggest cities.
Scientists say councils should be preparing for higher seas right now.
Newly-installed seismometers are offering fresh insights into our big-risk Alpine Fault.
Lamp tests combine speed of RATs with accuracy of a PCR test and can be self-administered.
Listener: About a fifth of people who almost die have an NDE.