Kate Nicol-Williams
Microbes in a sheep’s stomach that increase methane production have been identified by Kiwi scientists.
New Zealand scientists lead the way to global breakthrough in methane reduction
The Government announced a raft of changes to funding for family members of disabled people.
Government to make pay for family carers fairer
The autism community says too many are waiting too long for access to a fundamental right.
Government announces changes to Funded Family Care policy
Guns will be valued and made unusable on site.
Police demonstrate what gun guy-back scheme will look like ahead of first public collection
They’re calling for a better deal after rejecting the Government’s latest pay offer.
Principals expected to send letters to Ministry of Education calling for improved pay offer
But principals have rejected the offer.
Auckland principals to protest outside Ministry of Education next week
Gene editing is a type of genetic modification which is claimed to be able to help solve big environmental problems.
NZ will fall behind unless archaic gene editing law is updated, scientists say
Bush kindergartens are growing in popularity overseas and educators here are asking whether NZ should support the practice.
Petition seeks law change to allow 'bush kindergartens'
The announcement comes after the PPTA met with Education Minister Chris Hipkins.
Teachers hopeful pay dispute will be settled today
Korean citizen Kyung Yup Kim is accused of murdering a 20-year-old woman in Shanghai in 2009.
Court of Appeal quashes decision to extradite NZ resident accused of murder in China
The Breast Cancer Foundation is planning to fund the tool that reduces the impact of hair loss for patients.
Breast Cancer Foundation NZ announces funding for cold caps
New numbers released today show a significant spike over the last decade.
Porirua principal labels ACC's child sport advice nice but unrealistic
Fans of the writer are calling for the new owners to preserve the home's literary legacy.
Wellington holiday home of revolutionary author Katherine Mansfield sold
Hopes of averting the mega-strike have been dashed.
Thousands of teachers and principals to strike nationwide today calling for better pay and work conditions
Fans of the writer are calling for the new owners to preserve the home's literary legacy.
Holiday house of Kiwi author Katherine Mansfield for sale, hoped to become writers retreat
That was the stark finding from the Department of Conservation's risk report released today but there have been some wins.
Only five of New Zealand’s marine mammal species not at risk of extinction - report
The huge marine mammal has been in the harbour for a few days, and today it was especially active.
Southern right whale has risk status lowered but other marine mammals still at risk in DOC's latest report
Jane Stevens is calling for the PM to step in and provide mediation in her ongoing dispute with Waikato DHB.
Mum of mental health patient Nicky Stevens, who died while in care, has positive meeting with 'sincere' Jacinda Ardern
Te Papa's Curator of Historical New Zealand Art, Dr Rebecca Rice.
Oldest painting of Aotearoa in Te Papa's collection to go on display
Whitebait are being wiped out and it's the fault of people like me, or is it? Sunday's Matt Chisholm finds out.
DOC survey: NZ public wants change to ensure sustainability of whitebait fishing
Wellington motorists are hoping the arrival of Waitomo will mean lower petrol prices in the capital.
Wellington drivers flock to new petrol station looking for a cheap fill
Alan Culverwell and his family were about to start the long journey home when attackers came on board.
Donations and messages to family of Kiwi man killed in Panama 'heart-warming'
Saturday’s opening day will be subject to new gun laws.
Duck shooters expected to turn out in the thousands as season gets underway
A man has been charged with murder over the woman’s death.
Man accused of murdering Wellington woman now charged with sexual violation of 12-year-old girl
More than 2.5 million people have visited the exhibition in the last four years.
Te Papa reveals how long New Zealanders will be able to see Gallipoli exhibition
The haast eagle was recreated from bones found over the years.
NZ’s largest predator painstakingly recreated, 600 years after extinction
The organisation, which has 83 bureaus, says it needs increased funding to continue.
Citizens Advice Bureau says they need funding from agencies referring people to them
The autism community says too many are waiting too long for access to a fundamental right.
Calls for easier access to communication aids for disabled groups
Ipo has lost most of his feathers so his owner came up with a colourful wardrobe solution.
Meet the fashion conscious Wellington cockatoo who's not letting health problems cramp his style
Malcolm Mulholland, the husband of late-stage cancer patient Wiki Mulholland, was emotional as he addressed reporters outside Parliament today.
Tears and anger after select committee votes against inquiry into Pharmac - 'this is a huge opportunity lost'