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Country Life this week cruises to a Remuera supermarket, Logan Brown restaurant in Wellington and a Turakina farm. Linking them together: spring lambs
Insight investigates whether the government's plans to devolve itself of nearly a third of state housing will work.
Spectrum visits Unitech Communication students who have used multi-media to better understand New Zealand as it was 100 years ago in an exhibition devised by programme Leader Dr Sara Donaghy and oral historian Sue Berman
Mike Gourley talks with members of the Contemplative network of Aotearoa-New Zealand on Spiritual Outlook about their use of silent reflection, meditation, chanting and prayer to advance their spiritual growth
Global Village heads to the Caribbean for music from countries in or bordering the Caribbean Sea
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A University of Otago psychologist is optimistic that games could be a successful early intervention for preschoolers at risk of being diagnosed with ADHD.
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Light and dark: the winner of this year's Paramount Wallace Arts Award, Roger Mortimer, talks about his life and work.
Seven artists collaborated on an exhibition featuring contemporary interpretation of Waka Huia, intricately designed treasure boxes.