India's biggest slum has so far nailed coronavirus. Here's how they did it
Many thought the biggest slum in India would be devastated by COVID-19. But after some initial problems, the model used there to prevent the spread of the virus has been such a success that authorities are looking to adopt it elsewhere. full story
After a few late nights, Andrea Nelson now has an extra year to play with
After a few late nights, Andrea Nelson now has an extra year to play with full story
If there's to be a Bledisloe Cup test less than three weeks before Christmas, it's news to All Blacks assistant coach John Plumtree
If there's to be a Bledisloe Cup test less than three weeks before Christmas, it's news to All Blacks assistant coach John Plumtree full story
Quote of the Day
"If there is a possibility of several things going wrong, the one that will cause the most damage will be the one to go wrong." Murphy's Fourth Law
1915 - Wellington Battalion captures Chunuk Bair
The high point of the New Zealand effort at Gallipoli, the attack on Chunuk Bair underlined the leadership qualities of Lieutenant-Colonel William Malone. more...
1995 - Shakti begins in New Zealand
On 8 August 1995 Farida Sultana and seven other women met to discuss the establishment of a culturally specialist support service for Asian, Middle Eastern and African women in New Zealand. more...
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