Illustrator: Dede Putra
We’re Still Paying For The World Peter Jackson Created
Are huge film subsidies worth it?
By Madeleine Chapman
Anne Noble listening to her bees in Wellington. Photo: Peter Miles.
In the Company of Bees
Extracted from a collaborative work by gallery director Zara Stanhope, designer Anna Brown and the artist Anne Noble, this photo essay looks at bees, an ancient life form that suddenly became an indicator species for changes in the environment.
Squeezing grapes at Matua Wines in Marlborough. Photo: Richard Brimer
An up-and-coming Wellington poet finds freedom and strength underwater.
By Kiran Dass
About Town: Whakatāne
A trip to the east coast reveals a strong community whose togetherness is key in the aftermath of Whakaari/White Island’s eruption.
By Julie Clifton
The Hunt for Big Red
Around the country, winemakers are creating silken and symphonic red wines they’re quietly confident could challenge some of the Old World’s best.
Paul Little on the history of the Going West Writers Festival, the story of a Kiwi woman ambling about Berlin with a heavy decision on her mind, the tribulations of an accidental teacher, and more.
How I Wrote
Paul Little talks to Dr Himali McInnes, a doctor and author, about writing and interviewing during a pandemic while still practicing medicine.
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