Society

Our problem with P

Fifteen years after methamphetamine use exploded in New Zealand, the drug remains a serious problem in many communities. Now, amid reports of large international drug busts and figures showing contamination in state housing is increasing, a second generation of meth dealers and users is coming of age. What can be done to control its spread?

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ISSUE 139

May - June 2016

Meth

Easter Bunny Hunt

Caroline Face

Ross Sea

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Travel & Adventure

Bunny hunt

It’s a fiercely-fought contest, a 24-hour endurance event, a significant pest control operation, and a family sporting occasion. The 25th birthday of the Great Easter Bunny Hunt is one more assault in the war against the rabbits of Central Otago—and for the Southern Hopper Stoppers, it’s also a celebration of the friendships forged on the front line.

History

The unforgiving face

A chance discovery at the base of New Zealand’s most treacherous mountaineering ascent raised the prospect of a decades-old mystery finally being resolved.

History

In the wake of Ross

One hundred and seventy-five years ago this year, British explorer James Clark Ross led an expedition into the unknown at the bottom of the world. Today, the Ross Sea remains pristine, unknown, unprotected—the focus of scientific study and global significance.

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