TODAY |

Jendy Harper

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New research has revealed some of the birds may have been double-counted in the past.

Australasian bittern may be in more trouble than we thought

There are fewer than 1000 bittern remaining in New Zealand, and their wetland habitat is increasingly coming under pressure.

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The hard work is destined to be washed away by incoming tides.

Watch: Young and old take part in annual sand sculpture exhibition in Canterbury

The hard work is destined to be washed away by incoming tides.

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A group from Canterbury University are turning volcanic rock back into liquid form via a bronze furnace.

Canterbury University scientists create lava after melting volcanic rock

The lava is helping predict what might happen in an eruption.

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The tuatara became pregnant last year, buried her eggs, but no one knew until now.

Tuatara surprises staff at National Kiwi Centre by giving birth

The tuatara became pregnant last year, buried her eggs, but no one knew until now.

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Many of the exhibits have gone on to become permanent, and its contemporary art collection is the envy of many other cities.

The Christchurch Festival is celebrating 20 years in operation

Many of the exhibits have gone on to become permanent, and its contemporary art collection is the envy of many other cities.

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