July 16, 2016

by The Listener / 08 July, 2016
Are unscrupulous doctors cashing in on our melanoma fears?

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Spots of bother

Are unscrupulous doctors cashing in on our melanoma fears? by Donna Chisholm

The examined life

Longitudinal studies might help explain that kindergarten bully. by Beck Eleven

Heart of the high country

A new golden age may be beginning in the Cardrona Valley. by Sally Rae

Money sending blues

Migrant workers feel the pinch of anti-money-laundering laws. by Pattrick Smellie.

‘My aim is to not get run over’

Former and now new Listener correspondent Joanne Black has left the country. by Clare de Lore

THIS LIFE


Health Iron tablets can pick you up – or run you down. by Nicky Pellegrino

Nutrition Your diet may be leaving you dangerously short of iodine. by Jennifer Bowden

Science Brexit is likely to make tackling climate change more difficult. by Adrian Macey

Psychology We are not immune to the Trump-Farage phenomenon. by Marc Wilson

Food In winter, a pot of soup is a lifesaver. by Lauraine Jacobs

Wine What’s the story with wine stories? by Michael Cooper

Sport The perennially pathetic Pommies are overpaid. by Paul Thomas

BOOKS & CULTURE


Telling their stories

Theatres are letting autistic people portray their experience. by Eleanor Ainge Roy

Books Jenny Diski’s memoir of dying plus books by Alexander Masters, Simon Bill and Francis Spufford

Classical The world premiere of Ross Harris’ new symphony. by Rod Biss

Music From Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Invisible, Mitski and Róisín Murphy

Film The pick of the dramas in the international film festival

COMMENTARY


Editorial

Letters Plus Caption Competition, Quips & Quotes, Life in NZ and 10 Quick Questions

Bulletin from Abroad Bernard Lagan in Sydney

Back to Black Joanne Black

Politics Jane Clifton

Life Bill Ralston

DIVERSIONS


Diversions & Puzzles

Wordsworth Gabe Atkinson

THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT


Television Fiona Rae

Online Fiona Rae

TV Films Fiona Rae

Radio Fiona Rae

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