Feature writer, Canvas magazine
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Shedding light on precious taonga that remain shrouded in mystery.
Eden Hore kept cattle on his Central Otago farm – and ball gowns in his tractor shed.
"I'm just like a little cheeky monkey sometimes."
"A lot of the people we talked to genuinely love whales — but they love eating them too."
Could we still be living our best lives at the age of 150?
At the end of an era, Colin McColl and Ginette McDonald mark 55 years of friendship.
Facing stage 4 breast cancer, Charlotte Lockhart has found a different way to live.
Multimedia artist Lisa Reihana on finally bringing her blockbuster home.
"There's nothing like fire to initiate you into listening to the energies of the land."
From post-lockdown playdates to death metal in Iran, Show Me Shorts is back on screen.
Two fifth-generation farming families fight back against the demonisation of dairying.
The Auckland playwright and screenwriter tracks the music that's shaped her life.
Life and death with intensive care specialist David Galler, the star of a new play.
A Rāwene institution gives shelter from the storm.
Master storyteller Owen Marshall on his chilling tale that's about to hit the big screen.
Why teenage girls aren't going to take it anymore.
"She was unconventional, doing something considered exceptional even for a man to do."
The Auckland artist on omens, Aussies and navigating a pathway to the future.
Auckland University astrophysicist Heloise Stevance on the music that's shaped her life.
Polynesian Panther and Pacific academic Dr Melani Anae on healing from the dawn raids.
"I'm going to decorate the bejesus out of something!"
A stray kitten helped the former Fur Patrol singer through some of her darkest days.
For your next short break or long weekend getaway, how about rocking out in Raglan?
Marvellous nights for a moon dance at Melbourne's coolest new arts festival.
Using horsepower to break down barriers without words.
After 50 years of feminism, the former Green MP asks how much has really changed.
Kate Evans on her obsession with New Zealand's "green Easter eggs".
In 2017, the Whanganui River was granted legal personhood — and the world is watching.
In 2001, hip-hop artist Che-Fu got a call from one of the biggest names in the business.
A rehab centre is the unlikely setting for a new improv comedy by a recovering alcoholic.
Navigating the social minefield of cultural "ownership".
Max Rashbrooke on his groundbreaking research into New Zealand's damaging wealth divide.
The award-winning writer on music that moves and inspires him.
Curator Nigel Borell on his landmark show Toi Tū Toi Ora – and shock resignation.
Talking politics and female power with the three stars of a provocative new play.
The music historian traces her life according to Beethoven.
A tribute to the yellow and red army making our beaches safer this summer.
A fusion of art and culture makes the revisualised South Atrium shine.
From Florida to Japan, the Auckland fashion designer traces her musical milestones.
How Covid-19 has helped transform one of New Zealand's most historic communities.
Talking politics, pandemics and life in lockdown on Auckland's Coast to Coast Walkway.