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An energising read, full of witty insight and award-winning investigative journalism, this is the magazine that has been setting New Zealand's agenda since We're proud to have this country's best columnists and contributors as an integral part of the fabric of the Listener. Perennial favourite Jane Clifton provides. The New Zealand Listener is the nation's bestselling current affairs magazine, covering the political, cultural and literary life of the country. 30 Mar Bland, generic “eat a healthy diet” advice has long been dished out to people suffering from depression. But the marvellously named “Smiles Trial” has produced the first evidence that a Mediterranean-style diet may help to banish the blues. According to the /15 New Zealand Health Survey, more than.
Results 1 - 20 of Date: 25 Jan From: New Zealand listener (), By: Guy, Camille, INNZNA Focuses on audio books, looking at the range of material provided at Auckland Public Libraries, the Royal NZ Foundation for the Blind (RNZFB), and bookshops. 17 Jul Of the counted in different homelessness settings by the DCM during May , the majority were male (84). The most common ethnic groups were Māori ( 49) and New Zealand European (40). More specifically, 23 of the 'rough sleepers' were male with the dominant ethnic groups Māori (13) and New. First European plough used in New Zealand. The missionary John Butler turned New Zealand's first furrow at Kerikeri, writing: 'I trust that this day will be remembered with gratitude, and its anniversary kept by ages yet unborn.' Read more New Zealand's first woman doctor registered.
Seventy five years of the New Zealand Listener. Posted on 30/10/ by Anna Blackman. Blog post researched and written by Gina Rocco, Library Assistant – Periodicals. In June , the first ever issue of the New Zealand Listener was sent free to all households with a radio licence. As the official journal of the. Five years on the road to addressing child poverty. Are we there yet? Dr Russell Wills - Children's Commissioner. 31 May and sets out my view on what still needs to happen for the children of New Zealand. Dr Russell Wills. Children's Commissioner. 31 May Photo credit: Hagen Hopkins - NZ Listener. Page 3 . 22 May NZ Radio Awards: The winners. 21 May, pm. 3 minutes to read. "This is data-driven journalism at its purest." The Newspaper of the Year In Features, newspaper feature writer of the year was Charles Anderson of The Press and magazine feature writer was Rebecca Macfie of the NZ Listener.