Meet Andrew Roe, Southland veterinarian and winner of the Alan Baldry Award, whose 30-year career has put him at the centre of disease outbreaks and taught him the value of collaboration.
New forensic techniques and ancestral knowledge are uniting in a breakthrough research project that aims to reconnect taonga with the people and places they came from.
Caught out by an unexpected redundancy during the heady days of 1980s America, a corporate Kiwi couple fought back by putting flowers in more than their hair.
Jacqui Gibson travels to Sri Lanka to explore the design brilliance of architect Geoffrey Bawa in Bentota, a coastal resort town located 64 kilometres south of Colombo, Sri Lanka’s capital.
Jacqui Gibson enjoys the flavours of Māori kai in the great outdoors.
When a proposed study on the care of livestock prior to slaughter met with a muted response from the farming community, the researcher had to adjust quickly. Jacqui Gibson reports on the saga of The Good Death project.
On the comeback trail after battling injury, burn-out and loss of her coach, mountain runner Melissa Moon is looking to the support of a home crowd to regain her world title in Wellington this month.
Jacqui Gibson visits Uepi Resort, an eco-resort in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands.
They live in beautiful isolation, make their living from land and sea and home-school their children and they don’t feel they’re missing a thing.