Engineering my Struggle – A First World Problem | Shama Sukul Lee

Engineering my Struggle – A First World Problem | Shama Sukul Lee

Feed the World! A slogan, a Song and a Movement started by Bob Geldof in response to the images he saw of starvation, particularly of children, in Ethiopia, in 1984. 32 years on, the question remains – just how are we going to feed the world’s people? Fast forward to...
The Kiwi answer to Pain Management | Michael Jones

The Kiwi answer to Pain Management | Michael Jones

It’s a condition of concern, of physical pain; to yourself and to others. How do you really gauge what another is experiencing? What should you do about it? These are the questions that doctors must answer quickly and effectively, every day and every hour that they’re...
The Hijab as a Political Instrument | Donna Miles-Mojab

The Hijab as a Political Instrument | Donna Miles-Mojab

Donna Miles doesn’t wear a hijab and probably neither do you, or many of the women you know. But women across the globe are forced to cover their heads or; on the flipside, are forced not to cover them. In New Zealand’s open society would we ever pass a law requiring...
Fagogo – An Extra-ordinary Story, Aue! | Jody Jackson-Becerra

Fagogo – An Extra-ordinary Story, Aue! | Jody Jackson-Becerra

How wonderfully soothing it is, listening to a story. You can let the words wash over you and allow images to enter the mind. You can choose to engage or to be completely passive. The story may have a subtle message and, if you let them in, lessons can be learned....
Perfectly broken and ready to Heal | Robin Youngson

Perfectly broken and ready to Heal | Robin Youngson

New Zealand has one of the most beneficial and accessible health care systems in the world. And when you are seriously ill there is no better place to be than in a competently run hospital with modern technology and trained staff to aid your recovery. However, caring...