The March issue of North & South

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David Bain: Innocent or Guilty? Almost 24 years after five members of the Bain family were murdered in their Dunedin home, public opinion remains split on who was the killer. In the latest issue of North & South, a former forensic police office and a prizewinning crime writer dissect the case – and come to very different conclusions.

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Who's behind the Brady break-ins?
87526 2018-02-26 06:49:18Z Politics

Who's behind the Brady break-ins?

by Graham Adams

The obvious suspects are Chinese agents but could our own spies be responsible for mysterious burglaries of a Christchurch professor’s premises?

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Would knowing the date of your death make a difference?
87145 2018-02-26 00:00:00Z Books

Would knowing the date of your death make a differ…

by David Hill

In Chloe Benjamin's The Immortalists, all her characters learn exactly when they're going to die.

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Why are so many people unwilling to share the road with bikes?
87370 2018-02-25 00:00:00Z Social issues

Why are so many people unwilling to share the road…

by Rebecca Macfie

Cycling has the potential to make us healthier and happier, and our cities less congested and polluted. So why are so many people against it?

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No sex, please, we're Aussies
87452 2018-02-25 00:00:00Z World

No sex, please, we're Aussies

by Bernard Lagan

Former Aussie Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce is scorned for being not only a philanderer but, worse, a Kiwi.

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Why trees in the cities need protecting
86194 2018-02-25 00:00:00Z Environment

Why trees in the cities need protecting

by Margo White

Cities are losing their big trees at an alarming rate. At what cost to our health and wellbeing?

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Here and Now is a masterclass in American disenchantment
87425 2018-02-25 00:00:00Z Television

Here and Now is a masterclass in American disencha…

by Diana Wichtel

Watching an actual Nazi run for US Congress, maybe Here and Now is right.

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How to lose weight without a diet
87141 2018-02-25 00:00:00Z Nutrition

How to lose weight without a diet

by Jennifer Bowden

"The irony is the intentional pursuit of weight loss – dieting, in other words – is actually a predictor of future weight gain."

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Baby boomers are rethinking retirement for a later-life reboot
87313 2018-02-24 00:00:00Z Social issues

Baby boomers are rethinking retirement for a later…

by Sally Blundell

The biggest cohort of baby boomers is reaching retirement age – and many are not planning a quiet dotage.

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