Bowel disease linked to lack of sun
Rates of debilitating inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn's disease among South Island children are up to three times higher than their North Island counterparts, the first New Zealand prevalence study has found.The University...
© 2017 NZ Herald 2:05pm Vote 2017: Doing the hard yards
Andrew Alderson usually rates sport stars. Today he uses his talents to politicians. Bill English: 7/10 National "People can't go shopping with your values" was a shuddering debate tackle on Ardern, but he generally delivered...
© 2017 NZ Herald 5:35am Intel kills its standalone Project Alloy VR headset, as PC-powered VR wins out
Intel has decided not to go forward with the Project Alloy VR headset it launched with great fanfare in 2016, citing a lack of customer interest.
© 2017 PC World Sat 1:25pm Mary Holm: Trying to time markets is unwise
Q: I am 66 and my husband is 75. We have adequate income from NZ super and teacher super, interest and dividends to live comfortably. We are not big spenders but have children who are settled overseas, so we do travel to see them.However,...
© 2017 NZ Herald Sat 5:25am Bars and restaurants making the most of public-interest election
Some bars and restaurants are using the large public interest in this year's general election to get more customers through their doors.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz Fri 4:25pm Man Utd chief predicts Facebook and Amazon Premier League interest
Manchester United executive vice chairman Ed Woodward expects Facebook and Amazon to "enter the mix" for Premier League rights
© 2017 BBCWorld Fri 10:35am NZ dollar slips as Fed's rate hike, balance sheet views trump local election
The New Zealand dollar fell as the US Federal Reserve signals on balance sheet unwinding and interest rate hikes outweighed gains made earlier in the week after a poll showing the National Party in the lead ahead of tomorrow's vote
© 2017 sharechat.co.nz Fri 8:45am Racing: Aramis hard to beat at Alex Park tonight
Gareth Hughes must know how Aramis feels.The pair are only just starting their careers but have both done so with impressive strike rates, which they hope to continue in the first, and best, race at Alexandra Park tonight.Hughes...
© 2017 NZ Herald Fri 5:25am