Controversial Language

The “anthropological treasure trove of the Pacific” is a breeding ground for academic debate. University of Auckland researchers Russell Gray and Fiona Jordan have adapted DNA mapping techniques and applied them to language families, creating a new picture of the way the Pacific may have been settled – but not everybody is convinced by their evidence.


Tags: anthropology  DNA mapping  evolution of language  Fiona Jordan  News Day  Russell Grey  The Pacific  University of Auckland  

Hello Cup Number One in Cosmo Beauty Rankings

Hello Cup Number One in Cosmo Beauty Rankings

The women behind the flourishing New Zealand period product company Hello are ecstatic after their flagship ‘Hello Cup’ was named the “best menstrual cup” in the world by US-based fashion and entertainment…