Pop-up vaccination centre at University of Auckland
14 October 2021
Pop-up vaccination centre at the University of Auckland this weekend
No, Covid-19 vaccines don’t affect women’s fertility
13 October 2021
Opinion: Dr Michelle Wise explains some of the FAQs surrounding the Covid-19 vaccine and fertility.
Using brands’ high vaccination rates as a marketing tool
8 October 2021
Opinion: In part two, Mike Lee looks at how businesses can help increase vaccination rates and operate to keep staff, livelihood, and other customers “free from harm”.
My body, my choice? Not this time
7 October 2021
Opinion: In part one of two pieces about resisting vaccination, Mike Lee argues the rights of other people to remain free from harm overrides freedom of choice.
Just how far can kindness travel?
30 September 2021
Opinion: Can New Zealanders care about people in low-income countries when we have our own pressing social problems? Nikki Turner speaks to UNICEF Aotearoa.
Questions on Covid-19 vaccine and pregnancy? This video has answers
23 September 2021
Pregnancy experts from around the country have contributed to a video answering common questions about the Covid-19 vaccine and pregnancy.
Better mask guidelines needed to stop Covid-19
17 September 2021
Experts are calling on the Ministry of Health to improve its mask wearing guidelines to ensure New Zealanders are protected in the wake of highly transmissible variants of Covid-19.
Vaccine expert Helen Petousis-Harris shortlisted for global award
15 September 2021
Vaccine expert Helen Petousis-Harris is in the running for an award for researchers tackling the world’s biggest problems.
How to reduce lockdown resistance
10 September 2021
Opinion: Bodo Lang examines New Zealanders' 'reactance' to Covid restrictions - and how to lower the threat of compliance fatigue.
Kaumātua and kuia voices heard
2 September 2021
Opinion: The importance of kaumātua and kuia in Māori society and their role in the pandemic is recognised in research by the James Henare Māori Research Centre.
Pandemic lockdowns trigger eating disorders
31 August 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered an increase in people presenting with serious eating disorders, a new study shows.
University experiment mimics Covid-19
24 August 2021
A virus transmission experiment uses a framework called Safe Blues, where virtual tokens are spread via Bluetooth between the phones of participants.