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Our national museum's second director was an ethnologist with broad interests in natural sciences. Te Papa turned 150 years old on 8 December 2015. To celebrate 150 years since the opening of the Colonial Museum in Wellington, the exhibition ‘You called me WHAT?!’ is open on Level 3 until the end of 2016. The exhibition, and …
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12-year-old Kyana Vergara's family discovered evidence of troubling online bullying after her death.
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A Geraldine mother has become the social media link for isolated rural women.
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Back last year Fonterra had announced one of the lowest payouts ever to New Zealand dairy farmers from record highs for the previous seasons down to a mere $3.85 due to a massive fall in global diary prices. To add to the pre...
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It is rare for a new animal species to emerge in front of scientists’ eyes. But this seems to be happening in eastern North America
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Among the most recent additions to the art collection is an extraordinary set of etchings representing the five senses. Made by the brothers Jan (c. 1618/22 – 1652) and Andries Both (1611/2 – 1642) at the height of the Dutch Golden Age, these five comic allegories illustrate the senses – taste, touch, sight, sound and …
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In Malaysia, much of this online trade is carried out in closed Facebook groups, and involves live, high-profile and threatened species, such as the white-handed gibbon and Sunda slow loris, for which trade is strictly prohibited in Peninsular Malaysia, a five-month investigation by TRAFFIC has uncovered.
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How can anyone think that is OK hope they close the closed FB group down
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Green leaf manures (GLMs) are organic manures made from leaves collected from all available sources and used to supply essential plant nutrients to the soil and increase soil fertility in a healthy manner. Using GLMs to grow crops is not a recent concept at all and has been used in many South Asian countries for centuries. Green leaf manuring can be defined as the pruning and collecting of green leaves …
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Attacks on dairy farmers from animal rights advocates are escalating, supporters say.
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Care for people and care for planet, two ethics of permaculture, go hand in hand. It is for this reason that environmental restoration and feeding people are so readily achieved through permaculture. To successfully complete this beautiful task, we must understand a few things about how to make a change in a manner that is truly liberating for humanity.
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The year was 1997 and Te Papa was about to open on the waterfront. Two buildings waited in the wings, Buckle St, the then National Museum and Tory St, the soon to be collection store and science facility. At the time the buildings were in a state of flux. Still clinging to the memories of their last tenants, …
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I'm a writer, journalist, artist and cartoonist
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Liz is a journalist, writer and artist living with her children on a 12 acre farm in Northland New Zealand. I love my family, my farm and my animals and I love just being me. I have a deep love wildlife, the environment, farming and rural life, and I speak out against injustice. The world is made to share with all living things. Take a moment to care about our planet, and do what you can to stand against the wrongs being done. One voice - can become many
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I used to talk to lions
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