New Zealand Listener

Whānau & aroha

gentle, lightly cooked documentary about a centenarian and her middle-aged son living harmoniously in Kawakawa, Northland, touches on issues of colonisation and Māori identity. It also provides some insight into tikanga, but

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from New Zealand Listener

New Zealand Listener2 min read
The excellent documentary Heaven and Hell: The Centrepoint Story (TVNZ 1, May 30) was marred – in fact, ruined – by the overbearing, intrusive background music. There were times when it was impossible to hear the interviews and we had to adjust the v
New Zealand Listener1 min readEarth Sciences
Deepwater oxygen levels have declined by 18% on average, an analysis of nearly 400 lakes around the world – including lakes Taupō, Tarawera and Brunner in this country – has found. Researchers say the loss of dissolved oxygen seriously affects the he
New Zealand Listener8 min read
Foreign Flair
Three hundred million glasses full, give or take a few. That’s how much wine we imported last year. Overseas wines have captured 45% of the total market. From all over the world they come. Not just the famous wines of the Old World (France, Italy, Sp