How Hartley Holder founded the only guinea pig rescue in the country.
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Taxonomist Roberta D’Archino is finding and cataloguing our marine flora, one dive at a time.
In her last years of high school, Cadence Chung wrote a book of poems, a musical, and a high-profile complaint to the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. Two years on, she’s also told the backstory.
Antarctic historian David Harrowfield has spent a lifetime collecting—objects, friendships and memories.
How a diagnosis made life better for cybersecurity engineer Denise Carter-Bennett (Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Hine).
The origin story of Orokonui Ecosanctuary’s environmental educator, Samuel Purdie
His most recent exhibition at Auckland’s Two Rooms catalogues all 107 of New Zealand’s extinct birds.
He could have retired years ago, but there’s still so much to do.
The actor, writer and director’s play Dawn Raids is being restaged, 25 years after he wrote it.
Her idea: to revive the papa kāinga, the communal Māori village.
Kurahapainga Te Ua, called Kura, on joining a top kapa haka team, Te Waka Huia, touring the world, and artistic expression that lasts for generations.
Georgia Latu is the chief executive of Pōtiki Poi and a high-school student in Dunedin.
Marine scientist and freediver Kura Paul-Burke on restoring the moana—with action, not just research.
Francisco Blaha, an Argentine-New Zealander, has made his home in the region that changed him: the Pacific.
Researcher, writer and activist Tina Ngata (Ngāti Porou) rethinks what’s portrayed as normal.
Amber Aranui searches the world for Māori and Moriori human remains to bring home as a researcher for Te Papa’s Karanga Aotearoa Repatriation Programme.
Bluff Marine Radio operator Meri Leask has been voluntarily answering boaties’ calls for the past 40 years.
Sixth-generation weaver Veranoa Hetet brings the strands of past and future together.
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