Wētā are endemic to New Zealand. They are quite large compared to other insects, with some weighing more than a sparrow. There are wētā that hiss, bite and wave their spiky legs when threatened ...READ MORE
Although honey from New Zealand’s Mānuka trees looks a lot like other honeys, there is one important difference that makes it extra special. Different honeys from different flowers New Zealand’s ...READ MORE
With 75% of New Zealanders living within 10 km of the coast, many students will be familiar with estuaries. In scientific terms, estuaries are the interface between the land and the sea – the ...READ MORE
Dave Corner of Auckland’s Pakuranga College developed a successful geology unit using resources from several SLH contexts. His students were engaged because they had been to or seen many of the ...READ MORE
New Zealand ShakeOut, our national earthquake drill and tsunami hīkoi, is taking place 9:30 am 18 October 2018. Sign up your family or whole school at www.shakeout.govt.nz. All of New Zealand is ...
Fresh water is essential to life. On this trip you will see how quality freshwater drives a significant part of the local economy around Lake Taupō. Go whitewater rafting and fly-fishing with us ...
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