"New Zealand" Blogs & Blog Posts

Donovan's worldDonovan's world

Ramblings of a much published New Zealand author

 
kiwi-travel-writerkiwi-travel-writer

Travel talk from around the world and especially my home - New Zealand

 
MuzzerinoMuzzerino

Words of wisdom from an expat Scot in Aotearoa New Zealand

 
Keeping StockKeeping Stock

An eclectic mix of some of the finer things in life - politics, sport, musi...

 
bigblueglobebigblueglobe

Ramblings from Tom about Antarctica, New Zealand, Colorado and the World...

 
Not Quite PerfectNot Quite Perfect

Blog featuring original fractal artwork with the odd "non fractal"...

 
Against The CurrentAgainst The Current

New Zealand politics from a left wing perspective as well as some internat...

 


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While the giant birds that once dominated New Zealand are all extinct, a study of their preserved dung (coprolites) has revealed many aspects of their ancient ecosystem, with important insights for ongoing conservation efforts. Moa skull [Credit: Fu...

A Another lovely day for our (U3A) regular Monday morning walk. Enjoy these eclectic photos from today...

Tomorrow is Waitangi Day – 6th February – and all over the New Zealand people will be celebrating and, or, commemorating the day our country began its journey of two nations learning to live together. And, no doubt, for some it will be just a gr...

Biologists have known for a long time that animals living in colder climates tend to have larger bodies, supposedly as an adaptation to reduce heat loss. However, understanding how temperature affects animals has gained new importance thanks to clima...

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Following the much anticipated, closely analyzed launch of Amazon in Australia, the...

A young researcher has combined cutting-edge data analysis and ancient artefacts to gain fresh insights into our country's pre-European history. Obsidian has long been a useful reference for archaeologists to piece together the past, given Maori&nbs...

As in other European societies, New Zealand women were excluded from any involvement in politics in early colonial times. Most people accepted the idea that women were naturally suited for domestic affairs i.e home and children. Only men were fitted...