June 25, 2016

by The Listener / 17 June, 2016
There’s a good chance that the work you’ve been doing will disappear in coming years.

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Work in progress

There’s a good chance that the work you’ve been doing will disappear in coming years. by Sally Blundell

‘Mum didn’t put up with rubbish from us’

Ralph Norris is one of the most respected business leaders in Australasia. by Clare de Lore

Sir Graham Latimer 1926-2016

Maori leader was a tireless advocate for his people. by Carol Archie

Turning a town around

A self-help ethos is bringing new life to Flaxmere, a town long synonymous with decay and deprivation. by Karl du Fresne

THIS LIFE


Money A pay-equity strategy.

Health Generic drugs have an image problem. by Ruth Nichol

Nutrition Excluding food groups risks starving your system. by Jennifer Bowden

Psychology Quasi-mystical experiences after seizures. by Marc Wilson

Food The influences that shape our eating habits. by Lauraine Jacobs

Wine Marlborough, famed for sauvignon blanc, does pinot noir, too. by Michael Cooper

Sport Steven Adams is on the brink of NBA superstardom. by Paul Thomas

Technology YouTube’s subscriber service, Red. by Peter Griffin

BOOKS & CULTURE


A craving for authenticity

CK Stead, who has produced a new book of reviews and essays, talks about reputation, reassessments and the allure of literary prizes. by Stephen Stratford

Books A sprawling epic by Annie Proulx, a sequel from Justin Cronin, books inspired by the Manson murders and about the writing life and critics.

Film Labyrinth of Lies and Finding Dory

COMMENTARY


Editorial

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

Politics Jane Clifton

Bulletin from Abroad Cathrin Schaer in Berlin

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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