Sharks have a never-ending supply of teeth. They regenerate replacement dentition on an inexhaustible toothy conveyor belt... which explains why you see so few shark dentists.
But sharks are not all about teeth, despite the bad...
You can be confident that the Fair Trade coffee you grab on the way to work helps support local coffee producers in countries from Tanzania to Costa Rica. Sadly, right now the same can’t be said for the tinned tuna on your sandwich...
New Zealand might be a good place for hobbits, elves and dwarfs and make a spectacular film set , but it's not much fun if you're a shark. This small country at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean is one of the strongholds of shark...
This week the final leg of our charitable status legal marathon will be in the Supreme Court in Wellington. The outcome in the Supreme Court will not decide whether we get charitable status. It will simply clarify further the...
Back in the 1970s, my interest in the ocean, underwater exploration and the weird and wonderful marine life that can be found under the waves had been already been spurred by the films of Jacques Cousteau recording his voyages aboard...
The other day we stumbled across a youtube video by the New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, starring Prime Minister John Key.
In its own way, it’s pretty incredible. We considered mucking about with it, discussed how we might spoof...
Since the six of us climbed the Shard, many people have asked: how did we do it? How much training did it take? How did we go to the toilet?
Now I can show you. The behind-the-scenes film of our climb captures the planning,...
TEPCO, the owner of the stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant, has admitted that the damaged reactors are leaking highly toxic radioactive contamination into the Pacific Ocean – confirming what many of us had feared for some time.
Energy minster Simon Bridges has refused to confirm or deny the existence of official government documents linked to accusations that he misled Parliament.
The Government’s new spy bill looks set to pass with the slimmest of majorities now that Peter Dunne has given his blessing. That’s right - the former Minister who objected so vigorously to having his emails read by a government...
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