Our skin is host to a variety of fungi, bacteria, and viruses that make up our microbiota.
Should you take flowers? Do you wear black? And how many days does a tangi go for?
Caitlin McGee reflects on the ongoing Israel-Gaza conflict in the latest issue of The Review.
"The reality is the financial burden is real.”
The findings were among four studies that formed part of a pilot carried out by Otago University.
“When they step into that realm, they feel a shift, a movement in the wairua.”
This year youth enrollment jumped up to 83%, up from 75% in 2017.
“I have a guy who comes to me every six weeks and it’s like his therapy.”
Feeling too broke to donate to a charity? Donate your blood instead.
“The people back home, who built this whare, you can still feel to this day.”
“It’s a tribute to rural Māori kids who grew up on professional wrestling in the 90s.”
What happened when Whanganui did it?
Despite abortion being decriminalised, it remains a divisive topic in New Zealand.
Rallies were held across the country.
“I thought maybe I'm being stupid for asking him to pay.”
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“No one lives a better double life than the oldest daughter of an Asian family.”
Georgia Latu is CEO of Pōtiki Poi, the company that made 32,000 poi for the Women’s Rugby World Cup.
The rise of social media has had a huge impact on the art of tattoo – both positive and negative.
Experienced party hosts tell Re: News what it takes to throw a flat party and what makes them great.
Both renters and landlords have legal rights. As a renter do you know all your rights?
Only 11% of NZ-Niueans speak the language. This is why I’m fighting for it.
The violence over the past two weeks is the result of decades of tension over the disputed region.
Research shows it is even worse than being jobless or a former smoker.
“We’ve found a way to tell the world all the different ways life can look like for a queer POC."
So, which of Labour’s policies are being axed?
The results will have a big impact on their lives, political campaigner Max Harris says.
With special votes left to be counted, what the incoming government looks like is still undecided.
Christopher Luxon will become the next Prime Minister of New Zealand.
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