January 12-18 2013 Issue 3792by Listener Archive
<h3>COVER STORY</h3> <h4>Eat yourself happy</h4>
Eat yourself happy - can diet affect your mental health?
In this week's issue, Carroll du Chateau reports on doctors who are selling micronutrient supplements, claiming what you eat has an important influence on your mental health, while others remain sceptical; Anthony Doesburg reports on the warrant of fitness debate and how the new environmental and safety proposals for vehicles are likely to hurt those at the bottom of the heap most, according to campaigners; photographer David White accompanies Constable Manreet Bassi of Auckland Police on a night shift; and Karl Du Fresne continues his American song-title tour and finds that Elvis Presley's mansion is as tacky as you'd imagine, yet not as grand as you'd expect.
Pity the poor driver
In the dark of the night (plus Listener Photo Essay Competition)
All will be received in Graceland
Nearly 30 years after young Swedish tourists Urban Hoglin and Heidi Paakkonen disappeared in the Coromandel key witnesses say the mystery haunts them.Read more
With the advent of orphanage tourism, travellers think they're doing good. But they can often just be lining the pockets of the orphanages' owners.Read more
A Polish soldier volunteered to be incarcerated at Auschwitz so he could report on the Nazis’ activities inside the death camp.Read more
Gaylene Preston was taken by surprise when her famous subject decided to apply for another job in the middle of filming My Year with Helen.Read more
Naomi Klein has been unpacking the neo-liberal bag of tricks on our behalf since 2000. Now she’s leading a call to resist US President Trump.Read more
When Slavko Martinov pitched the idea for his documentary to the Film Commission, it came out as 'Best in Show' - with chickens.Read more