Issue 2, Dec 2005
We’re back, in bold and black.
This issue’s theme is Home: being local, trying to be content where we are, and wisely using what we have.
Please forgive the delay in getting it out. There’s only so much time in a day, and we just decided it’s better to aim for quality rather than getting it out quick. Plus, it should be excellent Christmas reading.
What’s in this issue
|Front||Editorial & Contributors||by Ben Hoyt|
|Feedback||Letters||to the Editor|
|Feature||Home and away||by Aaron Stewart|
|Food||Summertime||by Franci Hoyt|
|Home||Gardening families||by Janette Bartlett|
|Family||Stay-at-home mum||by Heidi Hendrikse|
|Life||To be content||by Hettie Arends|
|Science||The hole ozone story||by Hayden Bosgra|
|Politics||Working for families?||by David Holtslag|
|Law||Windfarms, brothels and you||by Richie Flinn|
|Poem||Don’t think twice||by Jonathan M.|
|Story||Of wells and fairies||by Aaron Stewart|
|Research||Shaving grace||by Tim Sterne|
|Film||BlobWatch||by Jonathan M.|
|Music||Sugar and spice and all things nice||by Daniel Flinn|
|Satire||Rugby vs golf||by Ben Hoyt|
|Bits||Quaint quotes and a crossword||by Andrea Munroe|
|Wheels||Recumbent glory||with the Cressys|