19 November 2019
Blood on the verandah floor
Edition No 15, September 29 2006
Online editors: Helen Twose and Merle Foster
BLOOD ON THE VERANDAH FLOOR: Blood is being spilt in Indonesia to provide Kiwis with kwila – New Zealand’s most popular hardwood flooring, say environmental campaigners. By Scott Winton
Photos by: Greenpeace and Helen Twose
Gamblers can be helped, says study
By Rebecca Gardiner
A new study into gambling addiction suggests that intervention programmes are making headway in the fight against problem gambling.
Worlds apart: The digital divide
By Amy Kelley
Access to home PCs is impacting on the next generation’s success.
Rapid rise of log hero
By John Whiting
North Harbour’s blindside flanker Anthony Boric has had a stellar year. He talks to Te Waha Nui about his burgeoning career and Harbour’s Ranfurly Shield victory.
Also in this issue:
|Kiwi Films Online: Migrant drama misses out on mainstream exposure||Music Fashionistas: Live acts strike a pose at Air New Zealand Fashion Week||Cycle City: Denmark offers a model for transport planners||PIMA 2006: Full coverage of the Pacific Islands media conference
PIMA news website
- Getting knitty with it
- AUT grads pack bags for Asia
- City opens up living room to artists
- Naïve investors fall for e-scam
- Educator slams lack of te reo
- TradeMy university
- Warnings about warming
- Rock the catwalk
- Opinion: Stealing sheep, chasing careers
- Editorial: Halting ads and pylons
- Reviews: Brick
- Reviews: Clevedon café
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