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The giant berg A-68 looks finally to be on the move. Recent weeks have seen it shuffle back and forth next to the Antarctic ice shelf from which it broke away, but the latest satellite imagery now indicates the near-6,000...
Previously undiscovered animals and plants may live in warm caves under Antarctica's glaciers, according to a new study led by the Australian National University.
Overseas voting for New Zealanders abroad opens today. London-based Kiwi Talia Shadwell explains how to do it – and why you should.
Describing himself as a multi-media artist and journalist, Guy Fredericks' photographs and interviews, and the postcards that Scott Base staff have written to the frozen continent, are a revelation.
With average temperatures sitting around the -20 degree Celsius mark in Antarctica, even the simplest of tasks can become a bone-chilling challenge.