New Zealand’s financial markets watchdog is warning Evorich is a possible scam.
Pearl Matahiki is reflecting on 20 years as head and heart of Otago University’s support for Maori students. On the eve of retiring, she talks to Bruce Munro about students she's known, celebrating success in an alien environment and important changes to come.
A Te Anau couple are fearful for their friends in Myanmar who have told them the military has killed and injured many more protesters than previously known.
Promoters are in Otago selling investments in a Russian-based, multilevel marketing company the Financial Markets Authority is investigating, Bruce Munro reports.
A proposed nationwide online collaboration to help people become their own DIY legal advocates could bridge the divide, Dr Bridgette Toy-Cronin tells Bruce Munro.
A Catlins reef is the site of NZ's worst civilian shipwreck, which killed 131 people and buried a fortune in silver. Bruce Munro tracks down a descendant of three of the heroic rescuers and uncovers stories from decades ago of large quantities of bullion illegally taken.
It is possible that China played a role in this week’s military coup in Myanmar, Professor Robert Patman says.
Joe Biden will not pursue unity at all costs as the new president seeks to heal wounds deeper than any the United States has experienced in 160 years.
Bruce Munro recently had hip replacement surgery. He details his experience, the disgraceful waiting list for elective surgery and asks why the public health system allows so many people to languish.
Otago, from the shores of the Pacific Ocean to the Southern Alps, is a region of great beauty, diversity and significance.
Otago is a region of great beauty and diversity. Bruce Munro invites you to discover the region anew through 10 day-trips that tell its story.
Covid-19 has fundamentally changed the world, potentially for the better, Professor Robert Patman says.
Brain conditions ranging from Tourette syndrome to dyslexia and autism make life complicated enough without the added burden of prejudice and exclusion. Bruce Munro talks to parents, experts and some outstanding neurodiverse individuals finding their way in an ‘‘ableist’’ world.
Jacinda Ardern’s choice of Foreign Minister fits with the Prime Minister’s aspiration to play "a prominent role" on the global stage. Prof Robert Patman believes.
A new photographic exhibition celebrating women in Stem fields is aimed at a much broader audience and a much bigger goal than you might expect.
Ethiopia tottering on the edge of civil war has alarming implications for New Zealand, foreign affairs specialist Professor Robert Patman says.
Even the Covid-19 pandemic has not been able to overcome the deep divisions the presidential election has revealed in United States society, an Otago academic says.
Even the Covid-19 pandemic has not been able to bridge the deep divisions the Presidential election has revealed in the United States society, Professor Robert Patman says.
After half a century of road safety work that has seen him lauded and reviled, exhilarated and distressed, Graeme Rice has retired. Much has changed, but important changes are still to come, he tells Bruce Munro.
The threat of disinformation is real. A week after elections, in which conspiracies played a bigger role than ever before, Bruce Munro talks to the Chief Censor, and others, about how best to tackle it.