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Rapid transit and the case for a congestion charge

Improving Auckland’s public transit network isn't enough to reduce vehicle travel. Further deterrents to driving, such as a congestion charge, will help meet the city’s emissions reduction goals, say researchers.

Driving forces behind successful nursing programme honoured

A new Bachelor of Nursing Programme at Waikato designed to grow a more diverse health workforce for provincial areas in dire need of nurses is delivering on its goal...

Mysteries of tectonic plate movement revealed in new research

Research shines new light on the movement of the Earth's massive tectonic plates and answers a long-standing question.

MIHI awarded Ministry grant to assess Māori COVID-19 vaccine clinic work

A mobile vaccination clinic initiative to improve Māori rates of protection from COVID-19 in Canterbury has been awarded a major Te Whatu Ora grant to assess its future viability.

Inflation a rising concern in retirement planning

Retirement planning remains as important as ever for New Zealanders with inflation becoming a significant factor to take into consideration.

Opinion: What singing can do for your mental health

Opinion: Singing is good for our well-being as Dr Suzanne Purdy and Alison Talmage, members of the CeleBRation Choir, can testify.

If you’ve recently had Covid, look out for shingles

Opinion: Can having Covid trigger shingles? Yes, probably, according to Associate Professor Helen Petousis-Harris, and you might want to think about a shingles vaccine.

Microplastics found in commercial fish from southern New Zealand

Fish ingesting microplastics is a global issue, and species in New Zealand’s southern waters are no exception, a University of Otago study has found.

Initiative strengthens ties between University and regions

The University of Otago’s commitment to southern communities has been underscored with the launch of a new strategic framework.

UC research targets 8-year delay in endometriosis diagnosis

A new Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury (UC) study has found the average delay from symptom onset to confirmed diagnosis of endometriosis is more than eight years in Aotearoa New Zealand.
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