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Considering becoming a forensic psychiatrist? "You need a strong stomach — and stamina."
Margaret Atwood immerses readers in the magical power of story - even in poetry
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Greg Bruce and Zanna Gillespie review the new movie One Night in Miami.
Curator Nigel Borell on his landmark show Toi Tū Toi Ora – and shock resignation.
The reality of how to write about Captain Cook? Clean up the excess tales.
Van Gogh Alive opens up arts and culture to new audiences.
Sarah Daniell gets her hair washed and blow-dried at a salon once a week, for a month.
For a documentary film-maker, the daily goings-on of isolation call forth a deep trauma.
Reflections on a memorable interviewee.
Three great recipes to enjoy that don't require a kitchen for summer, unplugged.
Steve Braunias takes the most classic of road trips - but with a twist and a few bends.
Where in New Zealand is the Surf Highway?
William Boyd's new novel shouldn't cohere - but it does.
The poet sensation sits down to discuss, among other things, her third collection.
Arlene Heyman's first novel, Artifact, examines a working mother's life
Three recipes to make the most of our ocean's taonga
The music historian traces her life according to Beethoven.
Talking politics and female power with the three stars of a provocative new play.
A tribute to the yellow and red army making our beaches safer this summer.