From Auckland to Otago the Southern Lights shone bright last night. But tonight, it will get even better.
Ahead of her NZ visit Goodall says why there is hope for our planet and its inhabitants.
Kiwis lead the world in an international fight back for science vs Trump.
Everything from the size of your plate to ambient lighting can affect how you experience food.
Invasive species "homogenise" indigenous environments.
"At risk" birds relocated from Taranaki with hopes to help repopulate other areas.
Friday was a pie day for NASA balloon watchers at Wanaka Airport.
Without erosion the Alps would be about six times their present height.
The Science Guy hopes his new series teaches people critical thinking.
A "million to one" punt worked. Now, Nasa wants to use Kiwi-proven planet-finding technique.
Good science helps us understand our world and is worth fighting for, campaigners say.
It's black, red and has a body the size of a roll-on deodorant stick - and it's a native.
The endangered yellow-eyed penguin beat a retreat to the mainland 500 years ago to avoid the Little Ice Age.
Astronomers find one more planet that seems to have the Goldilocks combination: Not too hot and not too cold. It's not so far away either.
It sounds like something out of Harry Potter. Komodo dragon blood may be a powerful germ-killer.
Nicknamed "The Rock" after Dwayne Johnson, it's hurtling this way at 33 metres a second.
Water from a Canadian glacier suddenly switched from one river to another. Could it happen in NZ?
A New Zealand woman's name is etched in space.
Scientists find mollusc that can grow as tall as a 12-year-old child and appears to survive without eating.
Enough rain and snow falls each year to cover New Zealand in water to a depth of 2.1 metres.
Photographs of Greenland's enormous Petermann Glacier show a new and ominous crack.
Within four days, the water gushing from a glacier switched from one river to another. The Slims River died.
New high-resolution map of Earth at night shows NZ mostly shrouded in darkness outside the main centres.
Researchers want to speak to anyone who saw cracks appear beside the Avon River or Courtenay Stream following the Canterbury quakes.
OPINION: Scientists are seeking to understand the links between extreme weather events and climate change.
OPINION: By permitting flooding in areas where people don't live, areas where people do live can be better protected
A rare lunar rainbow, or moonbow, was spotted over the central North Island on Friday.
Organisers are planning that Saturdays' March for Science will be positive rather than an attack on the science policies of US president Donald Trump.
NZ money carries more traces of meth than any other country's money.
Staff at Wildbase Hospital say they'll miss their cheeky patient ... a bit.