Author Archive: Duncan McLachlan

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Writing Schindler

Writing Schindler

by / March 17, 2014 / No Comments

An interview with Thomas Keneally

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Farewell Pat

Farewell Pat

by / February 24, 2014 / No Comments

The outgoing Vice-Chancellor’s final interview

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An Identity Crisis

An Identity Crisis

by / October 7, 2013 / No Comments

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

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Free Mary Jane

Free Mary Jane

by / August 19, 2013 / No Comments

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.

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Treaty Values: A Conversation Lacking

Treaty Values: A Conversation Lacking

by / August 5, 2013 / No Comments

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

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Bias Beware

Bias Beware

by / July 15, 2013 / No Comments

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

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Constitutional Transformation

Constitutional Transformation

by / April 8, 2013 / No Comments

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.

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Terrified Of John Smith In The Mirror

Terrified Of John Smith In The Mirror

by / October 8, 2012 / No Comments

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Time After Our Time

Time After Our Time

by / September 24, 2012 / No Comments

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Stacks on Stacks on Sax

Stacks on Stacks on Sax

by / August 20, 2012 / No Comments

A conversation with Wellington’s most prolific arts philanthropist.

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