Benefits of a good multi supplement (part two)

John Arts Abundant Living www.johnarts.co.nz As an exercise, I did a Google Scholar search for ‘arthritis oxidative stress’. I knew that there have been many research papers on the subject of arthritis and free radical...... Read More

Open street spotted in CBD

Brian Rogers Rogers Rabbits www.sunlive.co.nz The big news this week:  I found a street open in the CBD to drive on. It was so good to find a road open for traffic, I drove it twice,  just to be sure. I’d...... Read More

Sunspots and the Maunder Minimum Revisited

Weather Eye with John Maunder A sunspot is a relatively dark, sharply defined region on the solar disc - marked by an umbra (dark area) which is 2000 degrees Celsius cooler than the effective photosphere temperature. The average...... Read More

More advice from Auntie Roger

Brian Rogers Rogers Rabbits www.sunlive.co.nz Readers may recall that a few weeks ago The Sun received letters asking for wise and sage advice. More letters have been flowing in ever since (though none yet written on the...... Read More

When the song is so wrong

Brian Rogers Rogers Rabbits www.sunlive.co.nz Inappropriate tunes in the worst possible places It’s been another oddball week in the news. Just the way we like it. Medical and misadventures seemed to be top of the...... Read More

Tauranga June Rainfalls 1898-2018

Weather Eye with John Maunder The methodology use in adjusting the older sites to the current observing site is published in the ‘NZ Meteorological Service Miscellaneous Publication’ No 180 in 1984. It is considered...... Read More

Sirens are go

Straight from city council A personal view, by Councillor Steve Morris I’m excited to tell you about council-approved funding for tsunami/civil defence sirens in the Mount and Papamoa next year. Funding is available for...... Read More

Villach 1985 and Climate Change

Weather Eye with John Maunder Among the many climate science meetings I've attended, the most significant – at least in terms of climate change is concerned – was my involvement in the UN-sponsored International...... Read More

New old museum for Tauranga

Brian Rogers Rogers Rabbits www.sunlive.co.nz You’re welcome to sniff our ropey old relics We’ve solved the apparent problem of Tauranga not having a museum. We’re opening our own. The Sun’s new...... Read More




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