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The original

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By Lydia Monin in

Issue 3904 5th Mar 2015

Almost a century after his death, the first All Blacks captain is still creating bonds between NZ and the land of his birth.

Home grown

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By Mark Broatch in

Issue 3904 5th Mar 2015

When Norwegian Anders Breivik brutally killed 77 people, many of them teenagers, journalist Åsne Seierstad was driven to find out why, tracing the killer’s life and family, and those of his victims.

Independents’ day

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By Mark Broatch Tina Shaw in

Issue 3903 26th Feb 2015

How hard is it to set up your own book publishing business? It’s not impossible – and those doing it may just keep New Zealand’s literary culture alive. by Mark Broatch

The good loser

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By Guyon Espiner in

Issue 3903 26th Feb 2015

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.

Let’s talk

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By Sally Blundell in

Issue 3902 19th Feb 2015

Talking to children is crucial for their development – but today there’s alarming evidence the new generation suffers from a lack of interaction.

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