Going with the flow

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By Rebecca Macfie in Ecologic

Some far-sighted New Zealand farmers have radically changed their systems, using “God’s plant” to withstand devastating drought.

The good loser

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By Guyon Espiner in Profile

If you think you’ve figured out Paul Goldsmith, the National minister who keeps falling on his sword, you’ve probably got it all wrong.

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Smith’s dream

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Neon’s light is not so bright

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By Peter Griffin

Sky’s lacklustre video-streaming service plays into its rivals’ hands.


Just our type

By Toby Manhire

Flag new stars or stripes, let’s rustle up a national font.


The beat goes on

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By Jim Pinckney

Having lost none of their charm since their mid-90s heyday, Buena Vista Social Club are on the road again.


Unofficial justice

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By Bernard Carpinter

Bernard Carpinter rounds up the latest crime and thriller releases.


It’s a … baby

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By Marc Wilson

Want to improve the hit rate of your baby-sex guesses? Get an education.

TV & Entertainment

On TV, March 7-13: including Te Araroa: Tales from the Trails

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By Fiona Rae

Pio Terei walks from go to whoa, Cape Reinga to Bluff, in a new series.


On at the movies: March 7, 2015

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By Helene Wong

Helene Wong reviews X + Y and NT Live: Treasure Island, plus our take on films now showing.


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Michael Leunig: The heart of the matter

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Cartoonists speak “for the other lot”, says Michael Leunig, a living treasure and equal-opportunity pain in the arse.

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Influentials: Events that defined a nation

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We look back at key moments in New Zealand history.

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'I would rather be with you'

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By Kirsty Cameron

A trove of wartime letters from Kirsty Cameron's grandfather to her father reveals a soldier’s loving guidance to his young son.


March 7, 2015

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COVER STORY: How some far-sighted New Zealand farmers are using “God’s plant” to withstand devastating drought.

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