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Ain't got no body

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By Redmer Yska in

Issue 3893 11th Dec 2014

The conviction of serial conman George Horry for the murder of his wife, whose body has never been found, proved a landmark verdict that would redefine the law in New Zealand and beyond.

Sister act

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By Diana Wichtel in

Issue 3892 4th Dec 2014

New show Anzac Girls pays tribute to the unsung heroes of World War I – the tenacious nurses who faced the fray alongside our soldiers.

Ever after

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By Lydia Monin in

Issue 3892 4th Dec 2014

A little corner of Dublin tells the story of the birth of Handel’s Messiah, for many as much a part of Christmas as trimming the tree.

Body of work

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By Mark Broatch in

Issue 3892 4th Dec 2014

Forensic pathologist Dr Judy Melinek talks about the joys of the job, being on duty for 9/11 and why she doesn’t trust cats.

Earn & learn

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By Monica Holt in

Issue 3891 27th Nov 2014

For many of our country’s young and hungry, apprenticeships and trade qualifications provide a direction, a career and a clear path to success, setting them up for life.

Group think

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By Catherine Masters in

Issue 3891 27th Nov 2014

Catherine Masters on a book that examines how our world-leading family group conference process can be put to better use to halt the flow of young offenders to our prisons.

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