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Kina-nomics

The market—and human appetite—are often to blame for ecosystem destruction. But in the case of kina barrens, they might be part of the solution.

Geography

Fetch

Trainee search-and-rescue teams—one dog, one human—meet at a twice-yearly event that’s part boot camp, part Survivor. Not all of them will make it through.

Geography

The straight and narrow

Ploughing—the epitome of the colonial ‘civilising’ of land—is as fundamental to this country’s history as war and rugby. Perhaps it’s not surprising that we make a sport out of it.

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