Paul Mulrooney reviews Dogfight: The Battle of Britain by Adam Claasen.
Professor Paul Spoonley identifies an ageing population, a hugely disproportionate growth of Auckland, a population decline in some regions, and the increasing importance of immigration as key elements in changes unfolding in our population. Each of these factors will help to shape the New Zealand of 2030. He talks to Bevan Rapson.
Professor Steve Stannard, head of the School of Sport and Exercise, writes about Lance Armstrong’s spectacular fall from grace and what it says about the sport he loves.
Many of the diseases we call ‘non-communicable’ in fact behave in ways that make them look transmissible. We ‘catch’ these diseases from our environment – and that is something we can change, writes Vice-Chancellor Steve Maharey.
Massey’s new College of Health will help New Zealand face some imminent challenges, writes Vice-Chancellor Steve Maharey.