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April Issue

By 25 March 2024June 24th, 2024Issue


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Gurdwara wars

Unpacking a shocking crime.

By Pete McKenzie

Photo: Aaron Smale

Great Expectations

The long tail of outdated education policy for Maori.

By Aaron Smale

Photo: William Hederman, Climate Camp Ireland

Power hungry

Addressing AI’s environmental footprint.

By Paris Marx

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Cargo without carbon

Two local brands entering the cargo e-bike market.

By Jeremy Rose

Building’s dirty secrets

More than just builder’s dust.

By Diana Clement

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My first ever… computer

Remembering the Commodore 128.

By Melanie Newfield

Sipping Sustainability

Dilmah tea brews a green legacy.

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Global retailing in rural New Zealand.

By Theo Macdonald

St. Clair, Dunedin, Otago. January 2023 (Take Me Somewhere, Please). By Simon White

St. Clair, Dunedin, Otago. January 2023

By Simon White

Being up front

By Theo Macdonald

Four corners

By Nadia Shaw-Owens

Ticket to paradise

By Jason Harman

Come together

By Nadia Shaw-Owens

Sustainable Southland

Taranaki in The Mountain, directed by Rachel House.

Mountains of water

An eco trip whets the appetite.

By Jason Harman

We love Ōtautahi

More than just a garden city.

By Ness Arps and Molly McKinstry

On top of the world

Rachel House takes a film crew to Taranaki.

By Theo Macdonald

Meet the maker

Julia Morison finds new inspiration for her latest exhibition.

By Theo Macdonald

Small talk, big heart

Pulitzer Prize- winning author Marilynne Robinson.

By David Marchese

Phantom of the ocean

The island that never was.

By Ian Dougherty


Fun with plums.

By Bill Manhire

Heavy lifting

Shoplifters of the world unite.

By Ruth Spencer

Couch surfing

But what does psychotherapy actually do?

By Dr Curious

Writing well

Jeremy Cooper on mental illness.

By John Sinclair

Gone phishing

By Liv Lewis-Long from Simplicity

One protein at a time

By Nadia Shaw-Owens

Less is more

By Beef + Lamb New Zealand

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