23 September 2019
Darfur: Nurse tells of horror
Edition No 16, October 13 2006
Online editors: Laura Wallace and Rebecca Gardiner
DARFUR: NURSE TELLS OF HORROR Darfur is a wartorn land largely ignored by the international community. One Kiwi nurse is trying to spread the word about this tragedy. By Dianna Vezich.
Award winning Iraq coverage no longer wanted:
Freelance journalist, Jon Stephenson’s award winning “War Zone: A Reporter’s Story” looks to be one of the last foreign affairs stories to be covered in Metro due to new editorial policy. By Sarah Menzies.
Get up, stand up:
Te Waha Nui showcases leading New Zealand activists. By Justin Latif, Mathew Grocott and Cameron Broadhurst.
Sixteen year-old David Bishop is one of New Zealand’s most promising male artistic gymnasts. Te Waha Nui talks to him about his school/life/sport juggling act. By Melanie Allan.
Also in this issue:
|Festival of lights and sounds||Pesky pylons a vulgar sight||Tommy Lee Jones’ directorial debut|
- Pay out on prize, say art winners
- Baby safe under wraps
- Gambler picks machine over mother
- MySpace launches fresh talent
- Activists try new tactics
- Wattie’s slams baby food attack
- Holiday dates hit parents
- Change diet call to save planet
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