Australian skeptic Richard Saunders presents alongside Siouxsie Wiles and Ashley Bloomfield at the online conference Skepticon this weekend. He tells Jesse Mulligan about his research into psychic predictions. Audio
Analysis: The country is on the brink of moving to the new traffic light system, Auckland's border opening date is set and vaccine certificates are launched. A new poll shows Labour falling but there's bad news for Judith Collins too.
The Big Carrot in Ohakune, the Hundertwasser Toilets in Kawakawa, the toothbrush fence in Te Pahū, the Bluff Paua Shell House... a new book, Quirky New Zealand, celebrates New Zealand's many weird and wonderful landmarks. Audio, Gallery
Falling For Figaro starsAustralian Danielle Macdonald and Englishman Hugh Skinner in a film about a banker who ditches finance for a career in opera - also starring a scene-stealing Joanna Lumley as the 'vocal coach form hell'. Video, Audio
Over two weeks in November and December, a six-piece ensemble from the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra introduces classical music and orchestral instruments to primary and intermediate students in Otago and Southland through the annual schools tour. Audio
Helen Melser's book, The Olive Tree in My Kitchen explores the versatility of the fruit and is a homage to the olive tree. She has a grove in the Wairarapa, and swears by the health benefits of olives. Audio, Gallery