Our understanding of the way Covid-19 is transmitted from person to person has changed a lot since the pandemic began. A year in, here's what we now know.
Countries have a history of acting selfishly – and when they do, everyone loses out, writes Roderick Bailey. According to one recent estimate, more than half of all vaccines against Covid-19 have â€¦
If you've been sharing the beach with the odd string of salps this summer, don't be alarmed – not only are they harmless, they play a key role in our marine ecosystem.
Is it plausible that the new cases contracted in the Pullman hotel in Auckland were transmitted via pipes? Here's what the science tells us.
The new Northland case has been linked to the South African strain of Covid-19, one of a number of new, more contagious Covid variants. Here's how they emerge and why.
Boris Johnson has announced that the Pfizer vaccine will be distributed from next week. How did that happen, and are they cutting corners?
Two new vaccine procurements will provide enough to vaccinate all New Zealanders, and will roll out beginning in the second quarter of next year.
All this week we're looking back on some of the best videos published on The Spinoff in 2020. Today, 100 Year Forecast looks at the future of flooding in New Zealand.