Hitting bookshop shelves like a 10.9kg brick is the
fascinating four-volume compendium The Fishes of New
Zealand. It is exactly the resource that co-author and
ichthyophile Andrew Stewart wanted as a child, he tells Bruce
Otago Volts top-order batsman Michael Bracewell (24) will
play in the Georgie Pie Super Smash twenty20 matches at the
University Oval against the Wellington Firebirds and the
Northern Knights on Tuesday.
Their tribal area is the biggest in New Zealand. They have
turned a $170 million Treaty Settlement into a $1
billion-and-climbing wealth fund. And they are about to stage
a massive festival in Dunedin. But success is stirring some
searching questions about what it means to be Ngai Tahu,
writes Bruce Munro.