Gisborne is currently experiencing a large earthquake - not that you'll feel it.
A machine that sends magnetic pulses into a patientâs brain has become the new frontier of depression treatment.
Thanks to their size, women are, on average, cheaper to launch and fly than men.
JOEL ACHENBACH AND BRADY DENNIS
Ebola's not transmitted by the air, the US Center for Disease Control says. Fear and ignorance are transmitted by the air.
Scientists have revealed the origins of sex, discovering that it wasn't always performed like we do it today.
Sinkholes form when earth and rock fall into a cavity below the ground's surface.
Claims a nuclear fusion power source small enough to fit on a truck will be ready in a decade.
Fecal transplants just got easier to swallow for those infected with C.diff bacteria.
Kiwis were in one of the best positions in the world to see last night's rare Blood Moon.
A large fault line discovered under Wellington Harbour last shook 6200 years ago.
Truly wondrous: a large-scale study of 2060 people shows patients experience real events after their heart stops beating.
New Zealanders will get front row seats for tonight's total lunar eclipse, also known as a blood moon.
Planning on photographing the blood moon? "Astrophotographer" Mark Gee shares his tips.
ARIANA EUNJUNG CHA AND FRED BARBASH
Three scientists get coveted award for deciphering the mechanism in the brain that allows us to find our way around.
Scientists drill 1.3km into Alpine Fault in hope of learning more about earthquakes.
Accurate weather predictions a year in advance could be commonplace in as little as a decade.
Scientists are assessing lab-grown penises for safety, function and durability.
Wellington scientists have patented a ground-breaking vaccine for asthma.
In a medical first, a woman in Sweden has given birth after receiving a womb transplant.
Pluto, a celestial snowball 3.6bn miles from the sun, might be back into the solar system fraternity.
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The cost of losing nature