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  • both as history and as a bloody good read. It is a riveting story, with characters and places brought to life. It is the summation of Harry Evison’s life’s work, and is what he will be thankfully
  • Dorothy had a good singing voice and sang in the Marsden and St Mary’s Church choirs. She remembered her Chemistry teacher, June Hillary and the headmistress, Miss Mayhew – who taught her Botany –
  • and one of the most memorable characters I ever met. My dealings with Don were when he worked at the Christchurch Star (which was then an afternoon daily paper) from the early 70s through the 80s. He
  • 2012, “Kim Dotcom And The Good us to cut our sporting ties with election. It’s called depoliticisation, Character Test: Money Versus Po- apartheid South Africa (with the dog whereby people
  • was most befitting of his character and as fitting a tribute as all could make it. The humour, sorrow and genuine esteem in which Ken was, and is, held was most appropriate. Setting a 75-year Heathcote
  • from GMA’s rule. It is in the best interest of the oppressed Filipino people that the peace talks resume immediately. The talks should seriously and final y tackle the issue of land reform, national
  • investigative writing by some of the country’s very best investigators… (such as Owen Wilkes. See my obituary of him in Watchdog 109, August 2005, which can be read online at http://www.converge.org.
  • exciting year for him that he decided that he needed a good long lie down. So he retired and, that same year, moved to the Riccarton flat where he lived out the rest of his life (never spending a night
  • the Loop and those wanting to retain its character, with some development. She won a major court case against the local hotel, which wanted to impose a major expansion on the neighbourhood. She was a
  • a showdown between an aggressive corporation with good public relations and Nelson and Judith Bell, other characters in this sad drama, with all sorts of murky motives, had no incentive to respect a husband