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Diversions: August 6, 2016
by The Listener
/ 28 July, 2016
Try your hand at this week's diversions.
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by Sam Button
Te Papa is on a mission to decipher the secret life of insects.
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Life in NZ
by Bill Ralston
Our columnist finally turns his back on the congested, costly city of his birth.
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The lawyer of a woman ordered to pay $28,000 to her likely abuser has urged the justice minister to intervene.
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by Paul Thomas
Instead of striving to be disciplined, dedicated and presidential, Trump is flitting between seven characters that have no place in the White House.
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by Jennifer Bowden
Getting our quota of vitamin D becomes more important – but more difficult – as we age.
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by Rachel A. Ankeny and Heather Bray
Can a chef promote foraging, seasonality and plant-based eating, yet also serve meat and other animal-derived protein products on the same menu?
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Life in NZ
by Ellen Rykers
Artist Bruce Mahalski's museum is the result of a lifetime of collecting.
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by Nicola Bishop
The backlash against the Gillette ad shows how painfully little distance we as a society have covered since the #MeToo movement.