Labels speak a thousand words
Rigid terms ‘pro-life’ and ‘pro-choice’ are hampering abortion reform.
Auckland Museum taking Wikipedia by storm
Auckland Museum is taking their collections to Wikipedia with the help of NZ’s first Wikipedian-at-large.
The $11m health watch that wasn’t
Ray Avery’s smart watch company has launched its personal alarm products, albeit without the functions envisioned.
Hospital questions child on pregnancy status
The mother of an 11-year-old questioned about her pregnancy status says hospitals need better processes.
Ray, Whaleoil and exposing an expose
The controversial blogger Whaleoil is taking up the cause of LifePod developer Sir Ray Avery - sending Newsroom a email about jihads, hit-jobs and ethics.
LifePod delays disappoint school
A school principal says he feels disappointed and let down that $2000 it raised did not buy an incubator for a Pacific Island nation.
Eden Park’s concert costs questioned
Eden Park residents have emerged victorious from a bruising battle with the stadium’s trust board over a concert promoted as a way of fundraising $4 million.
Sam Morgan details dealings with Ray Avery
Sam Morgan has confirmed he gave significant money to enterprises run by Ray Avery, but would not do so again.