Moods, microbes and the gut

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SOLD OUT Research has established that the bacteria in your gut have a direct influence on your brain ? on moods and behaviour ? and on resistance to …

A still small voice – what does poetry do for us?

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Poetry has kept going for at least 3,000 years ? what is its appeal? And what poem would you take to a desert island? Or into your apartment in a lock …

Childhood is a different country

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So often we return to our childhood and teenage experiences and find our lives shaped by those years. Both Albert Wendt and Victor Rodger have mined t …

To be or not to be

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Suicide is a difficult topic for discussion and the NZ media have for a long-time followed strict guidelines in keeping reporting to a minimum. That i …

Advance Australia fair?

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We?ve seen their attitude to boat people and how they?ve set up detention centres in places like Christmas Island. We?ve also witnessed the behaviour …

Dust to Dusky

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SOLD OUT Come and enjoy Tami Neilson, Bella Kalolo, Anna Coddington and Colleen Davis as they pay tribute to the iconic Dusty Springfield, and put the …

Who are we?

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Strike out what doesn?t apply: M?ori / P?keh? / Irish ?. Our identity as New Zealanders swirls and shifts and two writers have been exploring some of …

Creativity and innovation drive prosperity

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SOLD OUT. As technological developments accelerate, organisations can?t stand still. Innovation becomes increasingly vital for their success. Sir Ray …

The New Zealand project

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New Zealand was founded on a spirit of adventure and ambition. Max Harris argues that we need that same drive for this country to forge ahead in diffi …

Cool it! Dealing with climate change

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SOLD OUT We know we need to start work today or even yesterday to deal with climate change, but the politicians emerged from the climate change talks …