Angela Bloomfield talks about long-running NZ television favourite Shortland Street as it celebrates 25 years on screen.Read more
The June issue of North & South
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In this issue:
THE DNA OF HEALTH
Can a genetic test help you stay healthy and live longer? Donna Chisholm asks the experts.
OF ONIONS AND SIX-TOED CATS
As for the human genome, well, it’s complicated. Jenny Nicholls reports
BECOMING SOMETHING OTHER
How Jillian Sullivan built a straw-bale house – and a new life – in Oturehua, Central Otago.
BARBARIANS AT THE GATE?
Global private equity companies are eyeing up New Zealand acquisitions. Branko Marcetic asks who benefits when the buyout boys hit town.
Sharon Stephenson on outrunning the blues – in the dark.
HELL AND HIGH WATER
From Tuvalu to Dunedin – climate change refugee Sigeo Alesana talks to Anke Richter.
UP WITH THE CHICKENS
Beck Eleven meets the filmmakers and poultry fanciers behind the "flockumentary”
CONVERSATIONS WITH CLARKEY
Peter Winter recalls his long friendship with John Clarke through a wry and fond email exchange.
ALSO IN NORTH & SOUTH THIS MONTH:
Margo White examines our vocal preferences and prejudices; Mike White discovers an outdoor playground on and around Lake Taupo; Bevan Rapson asks why politicians find authenticity so hard to fake; Oamaru artist Donna Demente captures all the fun of the steampunk fair; “What has rugby ever done for me?” – Graham Adams takes an indefensible position on our national sport. And more!
Metro's David Larsen on all the highlights from day three of the Auckland Writers Festival 2017.Read more
She is neither plaintiff nor defendant in the current Colin Craig trial - so why can’t the media leave his former press secretary alone?Read more
A cold, damp house is the first link in a chain that leads from childhood sniffles to major health problems.Read more