New Zealanders are right to feel ''uneasy'' about where to
draw the line over domestic surveillance by the country's
intelligence and security agencies, Cambridge University
historian Dr David Burke says.
Keen to simulate the tail of a comet, Otago Museum science
communicator Amadeo Enriquez-Ballestero climbs a stepladder
and pours boiling water into a bucket of liquid nitrogen, the
temperature of the latter about minus 200degC.