Getting Home: Uber
Is the ride-sharing service Uber the way forward for transport, unfair competition for taxis, or unsafe for passengers?
Huffing love in the club
Julia Hollingsworth smells love – or is it just Lynx? – in the air at New Zealand's first pheromone party.
Shoulder to shoulder with a fistful of flyers
Taking a show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe can launch careers or crush spirits. Hamish Parkinson ended the month somewhere in between.
Walking after dark
Dunedin is a convenient city for walking, but it's not without risks.
Staying safe on the job
Does confusing health and safety regulation mean workers can't see the forest for the trees?
A hard sell
For the thousands of crashes, injuries and deaths that result every year, there are many more who arrive home unscathed by luck, not judgement.
Recruiting to the fight
The more entry points there are into feminism, the faster we'll end rape culture.
Dream life, new life
Journalist Sriram Narayanan gave up a life of fast cars, travel and comfort in India to move to NZ. He says he's both poorer and richer for the experience.
Cycling city streets
T’Nealle Joie thinks Christchurch is a perfect city for cycling. Videographer Julian Vares tagged along for her ride home.
Taking the late bus
The Late Late Bus in Nelson can get quite rowdy. Doug Brooks takes a late night trip.
Let us go home
Women weigh up potential risks to their safety every day. But in doing so, are we upholding rape culture?
Actor Isaac Thomas says improv theatre can be "pretty gut-wrenching sometimes".
The harm in a huff
Huffing can get a person high within seconds. It can also kill them. Here's what experts say about the leading cause of accidental poisoning for people under 24.
Why get in the ring?
Kickboxer Joe "Soufpaw" Hopkins says when he gets into the ring he's in his "happy place".
Clap your hands
We send Megan Whelan to find out what's involved in an STI check.
Guns, crime, rape and corruption: Papua New Guinea's capital is a city teetering on the edge.
We all know the risks of unprotected sex – so how come we're taking them?
In racing armour
Motorsport’s always been about the thrills, the chills and the spills. With improvements in safety and tech, it’s now as dangerous as crossing a busy street.
Spitting it out
Sam Brooks confronts the bane of his life – speaking with a stutter he just can't shake.
An uncertain future
There's a 50-50 chance that Alice Harbourne has inherited Huntington's disease from her mum – but the path forward is not as straightforward as living life to the fullest.
Making the right moves
Talking about the game of life while risking all for world domination.
Crossing the border
New Zealand journalist Emma Beals knows risk; she’s weighed them every day for the past two years she’s been covering the war in Syria.
Victims of violence
Critics of the Government's new measures to prevent family violence won't help the majority of victims, but some say it's worth a try.
Expecting a riot
While doing volunteer work in the Solomon Is, Lance Cash found himself in the aftermath of a natural disaster with simmering tensions threatening to ignite into violence.
Risk is online reality
An animation, a social experiment and a compliment generator to address cyber-bullying.
Scarlett Cayford counts herself among the many educated but directionless Westerners who have taken a step into the unknown with the JET programme.
Yellow sticker insecurity
Ben Guerin’s weekly rent payment may provide him a bedroom, but it doesn't provide him peace of mind.
A roll of the dice
What’s the biggest risk you’ve ever taken?