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New Zealand Is Going To War Against Sheep Farts and Burps

Scientists have bred less gassy animals in a bid to reduce greenhouse emissions.
VICE Staff
6.8.18
Photos
Photos

Photographing Japanese Schoolgirls, Without the Stereotypes

Everyday images of an all-girls high school in Tokyo where life doesn't imitate anime.
Katherine Gillespie
12.19.17
JUSTICE
JUSTICE

New Zealand High Court Finds National Ripped Off Eminem

Judge charges the political party $413,460 USD for using 'Lose Yourself' "sound-alike" in their election campaign.
Tess McClure
10.26.17
travel
travel

The Best Places to Travel in 2018

Lonely Planet puts Chile, Seville, Estonia and the Causeway Coast at the top.
Amuse Team
10.26.17
morning bulletin
morning bulletin

A Halt On Kurdish Independence, Albert Einstein's Letter, and a Wes Anderson-Themed Party: The VICE Morning Bulletin

Everything you need to know to catch up with the world, curated by VICE.
VICE Staff
10.26.17
videos
videos

The Last Man of Mahana

In the forests of the Coromandel, a utopian dream has turned sour. We visit Arthur, one of Mahana’s last members, to learn about the ups and downs of the community.
VICE Staff
9.8.17
Social Media
Social Media

People Are Literally Dying And Injuring Themselves for the Perfect Insta Snap

Authorities are seeing a rise in injuries related to social media posts. Photographers tell us when it is and isn't worth it.
Ebony-Renee Baker
7.25.17
Film
Film

I Went Behind the Veil Of Secrecy At Weta Digital

Officially I was there for 'The War for the Planet of the Apes', but what I really wanted was to make friends.
Max Olijnyk
7.16.17
Photos
Photos

In Photos: Kids of New Zealand's Horse Tribe

A day out riding bareback with Ngāpuhi Hōiho.
Danial Eriksen
7.4.17
Photos
Photos

What Life Looks Like After You Flee ISIS

Photos from inside a camp for internally displaced persons in Northern Iraq.
VICE Staff
6.29.17
News of Zealand
News of Zealand

New Zealand's Whanganui River Has Just Been Granted Legal Status as a Person

The landmark case, 160 years in the making, enshrines Māori world view in modern legislation.
Tess McClure
3.17.17
Photos
Photos

Photos of War Developed in the Back Alleys of Iraq

New Zealand photographer Joe Dowling booked a one-way ticket to Afghanistan and after being robbed in Iran, headed to Iraq with $60 in his pocket.
Frances Morton
2.1.17