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Why millennials aren’t leaving home
By Sharon Stephenson
Families dish the dirt on how the new trend of “parental co-habitation” is working out.
Who pays the piper?
By Donna Chisholm
Two great science thinkers on the high cost of human ingenuity – and what it means for our future.
People are strange
By Lisa Scott
A blow-in from the city charts the weirdness and wonders of small-town life.
A dirty rotten scandal
By Mike White
New Zealand’s leaky homes problem is much larger than anyone has admitted – and it’s not over yet.
Dreaming beyond the horizon
By Joanna Wane
Retracing the great Polynesian migration
By Yvonne van Dongen
An 80-year-old feminist fights back after her Green Party magazine post is branded “transphobic” and “hate speech”.
Gone to the dogs’ park
By Mike White
Walkies... on the joys of owning a dog, and the precious spaces where they can run free.
Across the whited fields
By Jillian Sullivan
Remembering Polly – and the innocents set down amongst us.
Bevan Rapson on the youth vote.
Media junkie Jenny Nicholls’ confessional.
Michelle Langstone’s naked truth.
Phil Gifford on John Fogerty’s revival and Waiata Anthems.
New Zealand Books
Someone’s Wife, Rugby Folklore and more.
Edward Snowden, Malcolm Gladwell and fab new fiction.
Film & Television
A racetrack triumph, a Waiheke noir, Madam Secretary and Photograph.
A New Zealand atlas with a difference.
The best of what’s on in November.
A Kind of Magic
How illustrator Bonnie Brown’s doodling became a business.
Māori bridging the gap on biosecurity.
The Fine Print
Inside Manapōuri’s cool little bookshop.
Life after Death
Celebrating artist Louise Henderson.
A city gallery for corporates and creatives.
Blacksmith Solomon Marshall.
The fashion designer and the filmmaker.
Simon Farrell-Green and Jean Teng taste-test the best of the Kiwi peanut butters.
Jenny Nicholls tours the sculpture parks.