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Issue 63

Toi Iho
Ka Mua, Ka Muri

In Te Ao Māori you’ll often hear it said that we “walk backwards into the future”– ka mua, ka muri. Our vision fixed on history, learning from those who have gone before us as we forge new paths.

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Hei Mahi Māra
Toxic Spring

A beginner’s guide to growing organic vegetables nā Tremane Barr I believe all regional councils should come clean and tell the public what they do know about Hazardous Activities and Industries List (HAIL) properties in all regions, even if the information they have is imperfect. The news in May of this year that the soil…

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Reviews

Fred Graham, Creator of Forms, Te Tohunga Auaha Nā Maria de Jong with Fred Graham Huia Publishers RRP: $49.99 Review nā Megan Tamati-Quennell A book written about Fred Graham, his art, and legacy is well overdue. Fred Graham belongs to the group of artists who were pioneers in the development of a new form of…

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He Aitaka A Tāne
Tētēaweka prefers life on the wild side

Plants nā Rob Tipa Roaring Forties gales blast through the turbulenttidal shallows of Foveaux Strait, which separates Te Waipounamu from Rakiura. This is no place for the faint-hearted, and that goes for plants as much as the hardy southern souls who live and work here. The salt spray and frequent westerly gales are fierce enough…

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