Damaged babies and broken hearts: Ukraine's commercial surrogacy industry leaves a trail of disasters
Baby Bridget is America's Gammy. A surrogate child no longer wanted is left behind in Ukraine. Samantha Hawley tells a very personal story for Foreign Correspondent. full story
Jazz Tevaga will be free to play in this weekend's NRL match with the Sharks after taking an early guilty plea at the judiciary
Jazz Tevaga will be free to play in this weekend's NRL match with the Sharks after taking an early guilty plea at the judiciary full story
Study of fluoride during pregnancy and children's IQ raises questions but draws criticism
New research suggests fluoride exposure during pregnancy may affect children's IQ. But experts warn the results should be interpreted with plenty of caution. full story
Quote of the Day
"The employer generally gets the employees he deserves." Walter Bilbey
1915 - New Zealanders attack Hill 60
Hill 60 was the last offensive action fought by the New Zealanders during the Gallipoli campaign. The ‘abominable little hill’, as it was dubbed by Brigadier-General Andrew Russell, saw bitter fighting between New Zealand mounted riflemen and Ottoman troops in late August 1915. more...
1958 - Auckland pedestrians begin 'Barnes Dance'
Auckland became the first New Zealand city to introduce the ‘Barnes Dance’ system, which stopped all traffic at intersections, allowing pedestrians to cross in any direction at the same time. more...
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