Shedding Christchurch’s ‘territorial stigma’
How many people associate the Canterbury rugby team with the religious wars of medieval Europe? Not many, writes Steve Matthewman.
The tide turns on HIV
The goal to virtually eliminate HIV transmission in NZ by 2025 suddenly looks attainable. Dr Peter Saxton explains why.
What intelligent cities mean for our lives
All aspects of intelligence, both artificial and human, are needed for appropriate and sustainable development of our buildings and the cities they contribute to, writes Professor André Brown.
What I wish Sepuloni had said on welfare
Susan St John shares what she wishes she had heard Minister Carmel Sepuloni say at the release of the Welfare Expert Advisory Group report.