Mix, The

Publisher:
Sage Publications, Inc.

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  • Learning to forgive yourself

    The smorgasbord of memories that your brain tosses at you when you wake in the middle of the night never ceases to amazes me....

  • Covering all the bases

    MLB: THE SHOW...

  • Making the list

    Just six novels remain in contention for the world’s most prestigious literary award — The Booker Prize — which will be awarded next week. The Otago Daily Times’ fiction faction cast their eye over this year’s finalists....

  • For PEAT’S sake

    Peat is not only an excellent seed germinating material but one of the planet’s great climate stabilisers. In a world struggling to tackle climate change that is a problem, writes Bruce Munro....

  • Choking off the funding

    Otago has some of the most polluted air in New Zealand, but the Otago Regional Council has put its air quality work on hold until 2025. The council’s decision could have dire health consequences for some Otago residents, shocked and dismayed experts tell Bruce Munro....

  • Lydia’s life: Oamaru link to 1900s sex-trade trafficking

    Oamaru teenager Lydia Harvey disappeared in early 1910, only to turn up months later as a key witness in a high-profile London sex-trafficking case. More than a century later, her life has much to say about pressing issues today, historian Julia Laite tells Bruce Munro....

  • ROARING OUT OF QUIET LOCKDOWN

    Emily Blunt and John Krasinski nearly blew off the sequel to A Quiet Place, writes SonaiyaKelley....

  • A RUBBISH PLAN

    An industry that relies on waste to fuel it, is missing the point....

  • STEPPING INTO OUR FUTURE

    The Government has announced the end of a decade of immigration-fuelled growth that rewarded some and hurt others. The increase was unsustainable, but what comes next needs careful consideration and two key initiatives, Prof Paul Spoonley tells Bruce Munro....

  • At home on the range Back-country skills teach life lessons

    It’s a long way to the chop ... if you want to catch it yourself. Lisa Scott meets the Upper Clutha Deer Stalkers Club and asks them for their favourite recipes....

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