thousands flee the ravages of civil war in the hope of
asylum, their common story is told by the Waziri family in
Nadia Hashimi's second novel.
boundaries are overthrown by morality in Anna Erelle's
investigation of Islamic State recruitment in France.
this character-driven novel set predominantly in 1960s New
Zealand, the locations come to the fore.
passion is food but Jennifer Klinec also writes surprisingly
a little sceptical about ''I survived'' books.
is a rare thing for a novel so steeped in history to be
simultaneously relevant to modern-day readers.
Millions of dollars is set to come from a tourism project
supported by the Government.
Dunedin's students may hold the key to increasing tourism in
Sports tourism is taking off and Dunedin is on board,
industry leaders say.
They came in their thousands to ensure names etched in stone
do not fade into the blackness of history.
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