North & South September 2018 issue

by North & South / 12 August, 2018

In the September issue of North & South, on sale now:

Not all in your mind
As science reveals the depth of the connection between the immune system and depression, are we on the brink of a treatment revolution?

A cure for a migraine?
Some migraine sufferers spend several days a month in debilitating, nauseating pain. Now a breakthrough drug promises relief, perhaps even a cure.

The rise of the digital nomad
What drives these laptop-toting, globetrotting entrepreneurs?

Flash drive
Kiwi Formula 1 driver Brendon Hartley has hit some speed bumps as he gears up for the Singapore Grand Prix.

What’s your poison?
A wife on the long, slow, heartbreaking damage a partner’s daily drink or two, or four, can do.

Doggie in the window
Sharon Stephenson’s childhood pleadings for a puppy went ignored. But where there’s a will, there’s a way...

Social Studies
Margo White on finding meaning in dreams. 

Nerd Nation
Jenny Nicholls explores some bizarre quirks of heredity. 

Politics
Bevan Rapson on why the business community is in a tizz. 

Mr Wiki
Mike Dickison is our first Wikipedian-at-Large. 

Portrait of an Artist
Dunedin painter Simon Richardson begins each morning by cracking an egg. 

Desperate Remedies
Historic medical equipment and remedies make for a curious collection.

Her Story
Stories from the past and visions for the future mark the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage. 

Food
Kate Richards gets a taste of dumpster diving and a vegie feast.

Travel
Virginia Larson walks the wild and wonderful Routeburn Track. 

The case for closing prisons
New Zealand has one of the highest incarceration rates in the developed world – is it time for a rethink on crime and punishment?

Prepare to stop
A senseless road death has led grieving family members to question the way we punish offenders, and to take matters into their own hands.

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