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Zwar glaubt der Uni-Chefvirologe Hans-Georg Kräusslich, dass wir die Pandemie in wenigen Monaten hinter uns haben, von einem vorzeitigen "Freedom-Day" hält er jedoch nichts. Außerdem halten geht es um die Frage, was Deutschland in Sachen Corona gut gemacht hat und was man von anderen Ländern noch lernen könnte.…
 
Doug Wilson is a medical academic author and our regular correspondent from the other side of 80. Wilson graduated from Otago University 60 years ago, and since then there have been significant changes in life expectancy thanks to medical marvels - yet only some people benefit. The figures remain quite different for Māori and Pacific Islanders.…
 
Annette Lees has long had a love affair with the night time. As a child she found it both scary and enchanting, and as an adult she revels in the sense of wonderment found in swimming under the stars or walking in moonlight. But it was a newfound love of bats that was the genesis for her new book After Dark: Walking into the nights of Aotearoa.…
 
A well-known critic of the neoliberal world order, economist Yanis Varoufakis believes capitalism has become 'techno-feudalism' - with tech companies and Covid making the rich even richer and the poor poorer. But he also believes there is a democratic socialist alternative, which he presents in his 2020 novel Another Now: Dispatches from an Alterna…
 
Horowhenia-based organic gardener Kath Irvine is passionate about the value of homegrown food - and the key, she says, is to keep it really simple. For her new book The Edible Backyard, Irvine documented a year on her own property to show how you can successfully produce bountiful crops throughout the seasons and provide a daily harvest with minima…
 
The 'Salvator Mundi' is the first Leonardo da Vinci painting to be discovered for over a century, though some question whether it is in fact by the painter. Dianne Modestini is a world-renowned restorer, conservator, and expert on historical paintings who had the painting brought to her for restoration in 2005.…
 
When a bunch of unruly British tourists caused havoc around the country back in 2019, the general director of the New Zealand Opera Thomas de Mallet Burgess was struck by a bolt of inspiration. It was a Shakespearean story that seemed ripe for the stage. But when NZ Opera announced the Unruly Tourists production earlier this year, it was met with c…
 
The recently enacted Texas Heartbeat Act, also known as Senate Bill 8, gives conservative lawmakers everything they wanted - the ability to ban abortion with none of the risk, says Professor Mary Ziegler. The key was not to criminalise abortions, Ziegler says, but to authorise private citizens to file lawsuits against anyone who performs or knowing…
 
Earlier this week Arkansas man Oscar Stilley filed a lawsuit against a Texan doctor who performed an abortion and wrote about it publicly in defiance of the state's strict new 'Heartbeat Act', which bans abortions beyond the first six weeks of pregnancy.
 
Earlier this week Arkansas man Oscar Stilley filed a lawsuit against a Texan doctor who performed an abortion and wrote about it publicly in defiance of the state's strict new 'Heartbeat Act', which bans abortions beyond the first six weeks of pregnancy. The recently enacted Texas Heartbeat Act, also known as Senate Bill 8, gives conservative lawma…
 
Have you ever wondered how journalists take notes in this modern technological age? You don't see many with notebooks anymore - it's all recorded on smartphones. So is there any need for them to learn shorthand? It seems the death of shorthand is upon us as journalism schools phase out the craft. The head of Massey University, Journalism School Jam…
 
There've been four days of protests in Melbourne - leading to hundreds of arrests - they've been protesting against the lockdown and demanding a vaccine mandate for the construction industry be lifted. On Wednesday, police shot rubber bullets and pepper rounds at hundreds of protesters who gathered at the city's Shrine of Remembrance locked in a st…
 
Solicitor Alexandra Morrisey ditched her office job, linked up with her best friend Victoria Sala and, with a baby on the way, set up a veggie box business using the time-efficient no-dig method. They've dumpster-dived and upcycled to create their small market garden and packing shed on the outskirts of Masterton, building soil from sheep dags and …
 
The emergency contraceptive pill, or morning after pill, normally comes at a cost of at least $40 at New Zealand pharmacies. But across Northland, it is free. For the last two years, the DHB has fully funded consultations and dispensing of the ECP at three quarters of pharmacies, to reduce unwanted pregnancies. The contracts are now being renewed f…
 
The government has been handed a good report card for its work in the mental health system but has been criticised by the opposition for reviewing itself. The Implementation Unit is housed in the Prime Minister's own department - was set up to monitor the government's delivery on a small number of critical projects. Our political reporter Anneke Sm…
 
Cook Islands' tourism industry is facing a blow from New Zealand's outbreak. It's been five and a half weeks since Aotearoa went into lockdown and most Kiwi visitors who planned to wait it out, have now returned from the Cook Islands. Now, Cook Island businesses are relying on government grants to stay afloat as the tourism industry faces an uncert…
 
The Silver Ferns face a mammoth task to hold onto the Taini Jamison Trophy when they take on England in the deciding Test in Christchurch tonight. The Ferns confirmed this afternoon that injury has ruled out both their captain and vice-captain from the must-win clash. After taking the first Test by six, the Roses beat the Ferns by 10 two nights ago…
 
Christchurch Airport has today released analysis showing Tarras - a small Central Otago farming settlement - can support an international airport. The airport - which is owned by Christchurch City Council and the Crown - bought 750 hectares of farmland in the area last year. But, as Timothy Brown reports, the findings don't mean the proposal is rea…
 
Heading out for a jog this weekend? Spare a thought for Nick Ashill, because by the time you roll out of bed he will probably have been running 24 hours straight. The Victoria University marketing professor and ultra-marathon runner is raising money for the Asthma and Respiratory foundation as part of Breathe Better September. Pretty impressive for…
 
The government wants to introduce tougher safety rules for adventure activity operators, in response to the deadly 2019 Whakaari eruption. Forty-seven people - most of them tourists - were on the island when it erupted and 22 were killed while others were seriously injured. Our reporter Samantha Gee has the story.…
 
Police have issued a warning to Aucklanders ahead of the weekend - level 3 is not level free. As the city faces its first weekend with slightly looser restrictions, police are reminding those in Tāmaki Makaurau to not be tempted to burst the bubble. This comes after arrests were made at border checkpoints yesterday. Checkpoint reporter Louise Terno…
 
The man accused of murdering and sexually violating a woman with Down Syndrome on her morning walk in clear daylight appeared in court today, entering no plea and keeping his name secret. Twenty-seven-year-old Lena Zhang Harrap went missing on her Wednesday morning walk in the Auckland suburb of Mount Albert, and her body was found among trees that…
 
Auckland has cracked a vaccination milestone; 81 percent of the eligible population's had one dose of Pfizer. There is a push this weekend to get more vaccinated. The carrot is a possible alert level shift when Cabinet meets on October 4 with Te Pirimia Jacinda Ardern hinting the chances could be better if the city hits 90 percent with a single dos…
 
Some of the country's most prominent Covid-19 minds are calling on the government to radically rethink the managed isolation and quarantine setup in Auckland. The current outbreak, which has seen Auckland locked down for five and a half weeks and counting, is believed to have leaked out of MIQ in the middle of the CBD. The link has not been nailed …
 
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