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By Jennifer Little Reading time: 14 minutes The youngest and lesser known among world religions Baháʼí Faith is distinctive not for bellowing out its beliefs, which are based around unity, inclusivity, and humanism. The absence of priests, preachers and proselytising also sets it apart from many...

By Jennifer Little Reading time: 14 minutes [caption id="attachment_3599" align="alignright" width="217"] Kahlil Gibran, 1913[/caption] If you’ve ever attended a wedding or a funeral, chances are you’ve heard the words of Khalil Gibran, whose poetic wisdom is universally embraced. Dubbed “the Bible of the counter-culture”, the millionth copy of The...

By Alina Suchanski Reading time: 12 minutes Most animals in the world have a voice, yet only one species evolved to have a language. There are more than 7,000 languages globally, but do they all have the same importance geographically, economically, or socially? Is linguistic diversity an...

By Katie Stone Reading time: 13 minutes We drink it, wash in it, cook with it, swim in it. We turn on the tap dozens of times a day. It comprises most of our food, our environment, and indeed, our bodies. Yet, most of us barely think about...

By Chris Pidgeon Reading time: 14 minutes We live just around the corner from some of the greatest changes humankind has ever witnessed. The surge in AI technology over the past two decades has shown us that the future will be automated. More so than ever, though,...

By Amokura Panoho Reading time: 8 minutes Each year, on 6 February, Aotearoa/New Zealand celebrates Waitangi Day. A growing number of new migrants are actively participating in how our country celebrates, commemorates and congregates on this national day; a day that’s also an opportunity to learn more...