Is our golden age of quick-fix antibiotics and safe surgeries about to end?by North & South
In the June issue of North & South, on sale Monday 13 May.
The war against infection, by Donna Chisholm
Is our golden age of quick-fix antibiotics and safe surgeries about to end?
Local matters, by Venetia Sherson
Community newspapers are bucking the trend, as enterprising new owners breathe life back into them.
Straight from the heart, by Mike White
Shayne Carter has gone from snotty punk to senior statesman of the New Zealand music scene.
“Thunder Boult” is go, by David Leggat
The Blackcaps star bowler will be a key weapon for New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup.
Remains of their days, by Mike White
Photographer Kim Hak captures Cambodian survival stories from Pol Pot’s killing fields.
Saving Manapōuri, by Mike White
Fifty years ago, a small group rallied to save Lake Manapōuri – and ended up changing society.
Forest for the Trees
A new start-up is planting the seeds of change in Queenstown.
Life on Mars
The Space Place’s Haritina Mogoșanu has her eyes on the red planet.
Life of Penguins
On the trail of the intrepid and mysterious Fiordland penguin.
Fire-fighting helicopter pilots Bill Reid and son Toby are continuing a Nelson family dynasty.
Leathersmith Dominique Heileson has “upcycled” a historic blacksmith’s shed in Kerikeri.
Jenny Nicholls tells tales from sleep’s wild frontier.
Ray Prebble embraces the comma.
Bevan Rapson asks whether Judith Collins is really the answer for National.
Phil Gifford on Norah Jones and the great New Zealand “hymn book”.
Film & Television
A right royal double header, the Doc Edge festival, and exploring Our Planet.
New Zealand Books
Fallout from Australia’s deportation policy, a Greg McGee novel, and more.
Revisiting Chocolat, outing the Vatican, and celebrating Kiwi “pop fiction”.
A Hawke’s Bay farm is producing meat of uncommon quality.
Full-bodied reds and whites for cool weather drinking.
Virginia Larson sets her heart for cruise control.
High Heels & Gumboots
Rebecca Hayter swaps city life for 10 acres in Golden Bay.
Mike White talks to investigator Tim McKinnel, who says police often turn a blind eye to possible corruption out of a misplaced sense of loyalty.Read more
PM Jacinda Ardern has doubled down on her criticism of Australia's deportation policy as "corrosive", ahead of her meeting with Scott Morrison.Read more
Te Aniwa Hurihanganui looks at the outdated Adoption Act and its impact on Māori who grew up desperate to reconnect.Read more
Women with complications caused by deeply embedded vaginal mesh are being helped by a pioneering surgical technique.Read more
North Auckland farmer Fergus Riley has uncovered many important lessons in caring for his father Peter, who has Alzheimer’s.Read more
Instagram is running a social media experiment to see what happens when it hides the number of likes on photos and other posts.Read more
Duncan Smith and Annabel Tapley-Smith weren’t satisfied with producing meat of uncommon quality. So they bought a butchery.Read more
A study on biodegradable plastic bags found they were still intact after three years spent either at sea or buried underground.Read more