The foreign fishermen who've tested positive for Covid-19 in Christchurch were given a recognised test before boarding the plane UPDATED
The foreign fishermen who've tested positive for Covid-19 in Christchurch were given a recognised test before boarding the plane full story
As many as 100 million voters may be missing in the US election. Here's why many Americans don't vote UPDATED
In the US, it's not compulsory to vote and research has found that many non-voters are disillusioned and don't trust the system. So what could this mean for the US election? full story
New Zealand has elected its most diverse Parliament ever. How does Australia compare?
New Zealand has elected its most diverse Parliament ever, with more women, people of colour, LGBTQ+ people and Maori MPs. How does it compare to Australia, and what systems are in place to ensure people from diverse backgrounds are well-represented at the full story
Quote of the Day
"You know what charm is: a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question." Albert Camus
1964 - Peter Snell wins second gold in Tokyo
Snell had successfully defended his 800-m title earlier at the Tokyo Olympics and completed the coveted middle-distance double with gold in the 1500 m. Fellow Kiwi John Davies won bronze. more...
2008 - Stolen medals returned to National Army Museum
The 96 medals, including nine Victoria Crosses, two George Crosses and an Albert Medal, had been stolen from the Waiōuru museum early on the morning of 2 December 2007. The VCs included those awarded to Reginald Judson, Keith Elliott and Henry Laurent. more...
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