November 11, 2017

On sale November 6-12

 

Features

Greater good

A new breed of business, the social enterprise, is more intent on benefiting the community and protecting the environment than on maximising profit. by Sally Blundell

Theatre of the absurd

When Holocaust denier David Irving addressed the judge in his libel case as “mein Führer”, expert witness Richard Evans couldn’t believe his ears. by Diana Wichtel

Slippery slope

The way the town of Aspen has changed from hippie ski town to billionaires’ retreat has lessons for those trying to manage Queenstown’s transition. by Louise Chunn

Up for a challenge

Whether wielding a power drill, a whitebait net or political influence, Tina Symmans is a force to be reckoned with. by Clare de Lore

 

This Life

Health A medical specialty that aids in post-operative recovery is of particular benefit to the frail. by Ruth Nichol

Nutrition How to make a drink from vitamin C-rich lemons without destroying the goodness. by Jennifer Bowden

Food Tender spring lamb cuts are an ideal salad addition. by Lauraine Jacobs

Wine Nature has given winemakers a hard time in 2017, but the news isn’t all bad. by Michael Cooper

Psychology Most sociopathic behaviour can be sheeted home to childhood. by Marc Wilson

Sport Those who call for gratis live All Blacks coverage on TV should be careful what they wish for. by Paul Thomas

Technology An overdue digital bill of rights is on the new Government’s agenda. by Peter Griffin

 

Books & Culture

String it together

Composer Claire Cowan has put aside her award-winning soundtrack work to orchestrate the songs of Iceland’s queen of experimental pop. by James Belfield

Books About the Frances Hodgkins fellowship, Te Papa’s art collection, and Leonardo da Vinci, by Jennifer Egan, as well as a fiction roundup

Music About the Southern Fork Americana Festival in Auckland and a new album from Great North

Film Detroit, Brigsby Bear, School Life, Let Me Go

 

Commentary

Editorial

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

Back to Black Joanne Black

Politics Jane Clifton

Life Bill Ralston

The Good Life Greg Dixon

 

Diversions

Diversions & Puzzles

Wordsworth Gabe Atkinson

 

That’s Entertainment

Television Fiona Rae

TV Films Fiona Rae

TV Review Diana Wichtel

Radio Fiona Rae

TV programmes

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