Author — Duncan McLachlan

Author Archive: Duncan McLachlan

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12/10/14

Have you ever looked closely at the joins of her fingers? Specifically at the connection between her metacarpals and proximal phalanges. Two or three of them have these little bumps, protruding. Mum mentioned it was arthritis.

17/03/14

An interview with Thomas Keneally

24/02/14

The outgoing Vice-Chancellor’s final interview

07/10/13

I am tired of this dogmatic barrage to be the real Duncan.

19/08/13

People cheer themselves up in many ways. Some get drunk. Some eat burgers. Some watch Notting Hill. But only the joint-smoker is a criminal.

05/08/13

The Treaty of Waitangi is considered both our most important constitutional document and also the most boring part of your year of history.

15/07/13

Something is rotten in New Zealand’s media. Duncan McLachlan and Cam Price investigate.

08/04/13

New Zealand’s Constitution is currently under review. Maori who have been historically either forgotten or actively oppressed, should be an important group in any constitutional change.

08/10/12