The binge-drinking puzzle
Binge drinking in teenagers has dropped dramatically in the last 20 years - but we don’t really know why.
Moving NZ into cyber space
New Zealand is both trusted and trusting - good and bad factors if we want to move into the high-tech cyber space and become the Seattle of the South.
Beyond the 4 percent job figure
Yesterday’s job statistics paint a very different picture to what people on the front line know.
The other two big votes
New Zealanders are about to vote on two of the most polarising social issues of our time - how much do you know about the cannabis and end of life referendums?
Polls, rogue polls, and statistics
How do pollsters go about getting a real taste of what the electorate is thinking? We speak to two experts on the methodology behind the numbers.
The new face of Rotary
Kriddles Roberts has an extraordinary story - and now she’s changing the pale face of Rotary.
Deep fakes and synthetic media
The latest and most advanced techniques to spread disinformation and deception are incredibly sophisticated.
When sport gets too intense
In the light of yet another America’s Cup furore we take a trip through some of the country’s past sporting controversies, with rugby writing legend Phil Gifford.
Victoria and Covid-19
From today masks are mandatory in public in Melbourne and the adjacent Mitchell Shire as the city grapples with hundreds more Covid-19 cases every day.