Reaching New Lows

A NZ ship has set a new world record for the southern-most point attained by water. The Spirit of Enderby, a polar research ship exploring NZ and Australia’s sub-Antarctic islands, reached a latitude of 78deg 40min and a longitude of 164deg 24min in Antarctica’s Bay of Whales.


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Our Covid Response the Best of a Bad Year

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