The July issue of North & South

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THE FEMALE FRAUD SQUAD

Donna Chisholm investigates the phenomenon of “pink collar” crime, as women fraudsters in the workplace give men a run for their money.

HAD A GUTSFUL?

Dr Michael Mosley claims a healthy gut can help you lose weight, boost your immune system and feel less stressed. Sarah Lang gets the inside story.

NO ORDINARY RADICAL

Sue Bradford is one of New Zealand’s most admired – and most hated – political activists. In a new biography, Jenny Chamberlain tells her story.

DEADLY CURRENTS

Photographer Gareth Eyres risked his life kayaking on the Whanganui River – not by nearly drowning, but by contracting an infection from what he believes was polluted water.

THINKING BIG, DUMBING DOWN

New Zealand – the low-wage Argentina of the South Pacific? That’s where our government’s mass immigration policy is taking us, argues Graham Adams.

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO...

At 50, former Fair Go presenter Judith Fyfe took the law into her own hands.

SENSE OF AN ENDING

Raymond Tait talks about his experiences as a navigator on a Lancaster bomber over Germany during World War II.

ALSO IN NORTH & SOUTH THIS MONTH: 
Margo White on the “slippery and shape-shifting” English language; Jenny Nicholls follows the flock to the “Running of the Sheep” in Te Kuiti; Sharon Stephenson on being labelled a national traitor for not eating meat. Sarah Lang reaches peak frustration with anti-vaxxers.

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