The March issue of North & South

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David Bain: Innocent or Guilty? Almost 24 years after five members of the Bain family were murdered in their Dunedin home, public opinion remains split on who was the killer. In the latest issue of North & South, a former forensic police office and a prizewinning crime writer dissect the case – and come to very different conclusions.

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Back on track: $60m to go into regional rail
87519 2018-02-23 14:43:30Z Economy

Back on track: $60m to go into regional rail

by Jane Patterson

Five regions will receive just over $60 million for rebooting rail in the first chunk of money from the Provincial Growth Fund.

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Ricky Houghton is about finding innovative solutions to the issues facing Māori
87510 2018-02-23 14:21:31Z Profiles

Ricky Houghton is about finding innovative solutio…

by Clare de Lore

No government on their own can fix the problems facing Māori in the Far North, warns Local Hero of the Year Ricky Houghton.

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The little Kiwi newspaper that could - and still does
87508 2018-02-23 14:14:19Z Business

The little Kiwi newspaper that could - and still d…

by Ryan Keen

In the wake of Stuff's move to cull 28 regional newspapers, a former editor of Mountain Scene argues they can be sustainable and worth putting out.

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Why iGen is more likely to care about gun violence
87497 2018-02-23 07:02:28Z World

Why iGen is more likely to care about gun violence…

by Jean Twenge

People usually don’t think of teenagers as risk-averse. But for iGen, it’s been a central tenant of their upbringing and outlook.

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Barnaby Joyce hits back over new sexual harassment claim
87494 2018-02-23 06:36:55Z World

Barnaby Joyce hits back over new sexual harassment…

by Michelle Grattan

Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce is under intense new pressure following a new claim of sexual harassment he says is “spurious” and “defamatory”.

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Barack Obama's New Zealand visit could rile Trump supporters
87491 2018-02-23 06:25:22Z Politics

Barack Obama's New Zealand visit could rile Trump …

by Patrick O'Meara

Negotiations to get former US president Barack Obama to visit New Zealand next month are understood to be close to completion.

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Lady Bird – movie review
87403 2018-02-23 00:00:00Z Movies

Lady Bird – movie review

by James Robins

Delicate, poignant honesty marks out Lady Bird from other teenage tales.

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The Royal NZ Ballet transforms The Piano for the stage
86323 2018-02-23 00:00:00Z Theatre

The Royal NZ Ballet transforms The Piano for the s…

by Sharon Stephenson

A masterpiece from New Zealand’s “cinema of unease” is making its world premiere as a full-length ballet.

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