If you find a meteorite, can you keep it? What's the difference between a meteor and an asteroid? These questions and more, answered.
Analysts say revelations of the church's ties could lead people to examine how the ruling party's conservative worldviews steered the policies of modern Japan.
Russia's accused of using some of the most brutal weapons in existence against Ukraine.
Both Russia and the West sees Ukraine as a buffer against each other.
The Government is aiming for herd immunity, meaning a good percentage of Kiwis will need to be vaccinated.
Because the continent’s food web is sensitive to change, what happens to one species is likely to have major impacts on others.
The world is dealing with growing mountains of plastics and their byproducts.
1 NEWS meteorologist Dan Corbett explains.
It’s good news for Kiwi exporters keeping our ports busy.
While the number is big compared to how much renters pay, homeowners seem to be doing better than those in Australia.
5G will play a role in driverless cars and healthcare, to name a few.
Simon Dallow takes a trip down memory lane, looking at how advancing technology has changed how we communicate.
It’s been over two months since the tiered system was announced, followed days later by a nationwide lockdown.
University students struggling to cope with the Covid-19 crisis and NZ Post also received funding today.
Officials touted it today as the most significant economic package in NZ’s modern history.
As global economy continues to struggle with Covid-19, there is good news for some NZ exporters.
Expert advice on what precautions you can take with your grocery purchases.
Hospitals around the world are scrambling to obtain more ventilators as they respond to the Covid-19 crisis.
One of New Zealand’s leading vaccinologists says global collaboration is the key to its success.
Once inside, the virus hijacks the machinery of the cell nucleus to make multiple copies of itself.