It could very well be that a few more of us spend time working from home in the coming weeks. Efficiency coach Nicola Brown shares some thoughts with Tom McKinlay about how to make that work.
Messages we give children need to be factual and have a positive focus around family management of the Covid-19 pandemic, writes Ian Munro.
Peter Grimsey's always on the move; easy to miss, or dismiss. But get Otago Girls' High School's longest serving support staffer to slow down and you might discover an attitude and a freedom many struggle to attain.
Last week, police arrested a 19-year-old for, at the time of writing, failing to assist with a search warrant, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.
Since 2016, I have been lucky enough to have been on aircraft flying beneath Earth's southern auroral zone seven times. Five of those trips were as a guest onboard Nasa’s Sofia Observatory, while...
Now and then someone says ‘‘from Cape Reinga to Bluff’’ or ‘‘from Kaitaia to Bluff’’, as if New Zealand ends at Bluff in the South. The 400 or so New Zealanders on Stewart Island/Rakiura would not...
Everyone has something that makes them quite annoying to live with. A tiny, wee thing that even you, the person with the least objective opinion in the world, can admit must be mildly irritating,...
Gathering good evidence will be vital to designing food systems fit for the future, writes Sean Connelly.
The first rule when it comes to video conference calling is, don’t dress for the beach. Or the gym. Or bed.
Everything in your smart home, from the lightbulbs to the thermostat, could be recording you or collecting data about you. What can you do to curb this intrusion?? Davey Winder looks into how to...
This week there is a celestial coming together involving Mars and Jupiter before dawn. Astronomers call a close approach between two or more astronomical objects an appulse.
Imitation is the sincerest form of humanity and TikTok is tapping into it, writes Niall Edwards-FitzSimons.
I've always had loads of friends but recently decided that many of them had to go. It has simplified and enriched my life, writes Georgina Fuller.
Did you know you can see a place where stars are being born? Although telescopes give the best views, if you know where to look, you can observe it quite easily with your naked eye, says Ian Griffin.
More boys than ever before are going through body image "crises". The Children’s Society (UK) reports that more and more boys are unhappy with how they look, writes parenting columnist Ian Munro.