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Booked In: Chapter Six: Classic

May 22, 2017 0

By Peri Miller I couldn’t possibly write a column about books without at some point covering classics, right? It’s easy to refer to a book as a classic and have it be understood what sort of book you’re referring to, [Read More]

Mum’s the Word

May 22, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Break Time It’s become apparent to me in the last few days that mum’s don’t get sick days. I’ve been in fairly moderate pain and discomfort this week. No, I wasn’t watching The Bachelor. I actually, broke [Read More]

Should sport stars be our role models?

May 22, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse I remember the first time I watched rugby league. It was a Warriors game, yonks ago now. Coming from a union household, I remember thinking as I saw these roided hunks of meat smash into each other, [Read More]

Beauden Barrett: From hero to zero to Cullen

May 8, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Beauden ‘Beaudy’ Barrett. The current World Player of the Year and Taranaki’s premier attraction aside from a mountain and Michael Campbell. A man who is in unstoppable form as of late in the Super Rugby competition and [Read More]

What the Beck?

May 8, 2017 1

By Josh Beck I want you to boycott Instagram. Well, kind of. I don’t necessarily have a problem with Instagram itself, aside from the fact that I find it to be the most boring of the social media apps/websites. What [Read More]

Mum’s the Word — Unplugging Our Children

May 8, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Rare is the modern parent who hasn’t worried about whether their child is spending too much time looking at a screen. The conversation isn’t new – when I was a child, parents used to worry about allowing [Read More]

Booked In: Chapter 4: The Soul of Wit

April 22, 2017 0

By Peri Miller Ordinarily when we think of the word ‘book’ we think of a piece of long-form fiction. Or at least I do—maybe the first thing that comes to your mind is a textbook, in which case, I’m so [Read More]

What the Beck?

April 22, 2017 0

By Josh Beck Social media websites such as Twitter and YouTube can provide endless entertainment. Twitter is a great place to find spectacular commentary on The Bachelor such as, “can we just do a full episode where we get the [Read More]

South African Sport’s Reverse Racism

April 22, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Now, don’t flip out on me, but I’m going to talk about how white men in Africa are getting racially discriminated against. I know, I’m a terrible person for even saying that after all black people have [Read More]

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