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In less than three months, New Zealanders will vote in the world’s first national referendum on a comprehensive proposal to legalise the recreational use of cannabis

A pest known for damaging tomato plants and other crops has been detected in New Zealand for the first time.

New records for extreme lightning bursts, or ‘megaflashes’, during 2019, have been made official, more than doubling the size and duration of the previous record flashes, the UN’s weather agency, WMO, announced on Thursday

Asher was a problem dog. A hyperactive and unruly chocolate-brown cocker spaniel with ears like pittas

Lincoln Agritech, a development company owned by Lincoln University, has received $290,000 in government funding to create biodegradable wool-based PPE masks for the Covid-19 pandemic response

Be careful when returning to the pub. Your alcohol tolerance might've changed during lockdown, meaning you could do greater harm to your body

A new drug that researchers are currently trialing to treat osteoarthritis can dampen the harmful effects of an overactive immune system while protecting its beneficial functions. The drug could, therefore, potentially treat rheumatoid arthritis, as well as other conditions resulting from inflammation

In almost every age group, males appear to have worse Covid-19 symptoms and a higher death rate than females

Fears of a second wave of coronavirus have sparked a global scramble for influenza shots from countries that hope to vaccinate great swathes of the population to reduce pressure on their health services

Recent COVID-19 study suggesting that patients with this particular blood type may be more immune to COVID-19, having type O blood can actually considerably reduce your risk of contracting coronavirus