Note to cells

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By Nicky Pellegrino in Health

For 50 years we’ve created “incredible conditions” for cancer, says expert Dr Richard Béliveau. Here’s how to take the power back.

Alpha Auckland

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Alpha Auckland

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Last days of our Live

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Last days of our Live

By Diana Wichtel

Current Affairs

Making science an open book

Making science an open book

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By Rebecca Priestly

An eponymous tome about our tangata whenua scoops the country’s science-writing award.

Commentary

What’s the deal?

What’s the deal?

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By Rachel Morris

The most significant trade agreement in ages is making some Americans nervous too.

Culture

A trick of the tale

A trick of the tale

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By Catherine Woulfe

Bernard Beckett’s novels for young people pose powerful philosophical challenges

Books

Grand design

Grand design

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By Kiran Dass

Tom McCarthy’s latest is a puzzle wrapped around a page-turner.

Lifestyle

Between the ridges

Between the ridges

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By Michael Cooper

Family tradition is alive and well at Hawke’s Bay’s Ngatarawa winery.

TV & Entertainment

Diversions: June 6, 2015

Diversions: June 6, 2015

By The Listener

Try your hand at this week's diversions.

Film

On at the movies: May 30, 2015

On at the movies: May 30, 2015

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By Helene Wong

Helene Wong reviews Mad Max and Noble, plus our take on films now showing.

Comps

Caption competition: June 6, 2015

Caption competition: June 6, 2015

By The Listener

Try your hand at this week's caption competition.

Festivals

Michael Leunig: The heart of the matter

Michael Leunig: The heart of the matter

By Diana Wichtel

Cartoonists speak “for the other lot”, says Michael Leunig, a living treasure and equal-opportunity pain in the arse.

The Influentials

Influentials: Events that defined a nation

Influentials: Events that defined a nation

By The Listener

We look back at key moments in New Zealand history.

From Our Archive

'I would rather be with you'

'I would rather be with you'

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By Kirsty Cameron

A trove of wartime letters from Kirsty Cameron's grandfather to her father reveals a soldier’s loving guidance to his young son.

Archive

June 6, 2015

June 6, 2015

By The Listener

COVER STORY: For 50 years we’ve created “incredible conditions” for cancer, says expert Dr Richard Béliveau. Here’s how to take the power back.

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