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2019


Issue 4, June

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Cover story

Pene for your torts: New Law School dean Professor Pene Mathew on social justice and diversity in education.

Features

Buzzing about blue light: Associate Professor Guy Warman and his team research the use of blue light on people having surgery and find it has a remarkable effect. 

Ashley Marshall – My Story: Designer Ashley Marshall talks about her transition from Justin to Ashley and the challenges along the way. 

Roger Allan Blackley Distinguished art historian - in memoriam.

Regular sections

News

  • Excellence acknowledged in University research.
  • Winter Week on Campus lectures for the public: including Kim Dirks on public transport
  • Another way for staff to help students: the wellbeing fund
  • Making an impact with Volunteer Impact Week
  • Special scholarship for students with disabilities 

Research - Associate Professor Rinki Murphy at the forefront of new diabetes research, a trial that could change treatments
- Philosophy Professor Tim Dare looks at how big data can be used to help prevent a social problem in an ethical way.

Art & Culture - The Grad Gala with a difference
- The Frances Hodgkins exhibition at the Auckland Art Gallery and the artworks on loan from the University.

Māramatanga Research fellow Dr Mohamed Alansari talks about his community-based longitudinal project which aims to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty by encouraging 400 children to follow their dreams.

 

   

Issue 03, May

UniNews May 2019 cover

Cover story

Professor Olaf Diegel is a world expert in Additive Manufacturing (AM), aka 3D printing. He’s setting up the Creative Design and Additive Manufacturing Lab at the Engineering School, the main objective of which is to teach students and industry about how to design for AM. In his spare time he creates 3D musical instruments, mainly guitars, as an impressive example of the power of AM.

Features

Design for the future: Associate Professor Deb Polson is head of the new Design School under CAI. Deb will lead the bachelors and masters programmes in design in 2020 and talks about preparing graduates for the careers of the future.
Age-old issue: Professor Ngaire Kerse loves the elderly and says it’s about time society realised their value. But she also warns with an ageing population will come housing challenges.
Striking a chord: Dr Petr Tomek has found his forte not just as a scientist but as a pianist – raising funds for cancer research.
Letter from Menton:
Associate Professor Paula Morris writes about her time so far as Katherine Mansfield Menton Fellow, and why it’s important she visits home for the Auckland Writers Festival and the Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.

Regular sections

News: Alumna Chief Justice Helen Winkelmann has a message for law schools and the legal profession; Dr Robyn Dixon’s award for nurses; Augmented Reality expert Professor Mark Billinghurst is honoured for his work; University of Auckland top of the world in the Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings.
Research in Brief
: Epilepsy breakthrough: Professor Stuart Dalziel; Associate Professor Jane Allison: Big funding for research into hydrocarbons.
Art & Culture: 
University of Auckland alumni involved in the Auckland Writers Festival; Janet McAllister’s fitting tribute to her mum, the late Heather McAllister.
Connecting with Taonga
: A workshop that made everyone think about what constitutes taonga.
Māramatanga
: It’s not all about the doctor: Health psychologist Professor Nathan Consedine and FMHS lecturer and psychiatrist Dr Tony Fernando reflect on compassion in medicine.
 

   

Issue 02, April

UniNews April 2019 cover

Cover story

Reflections on 15 March: Vice-Chancellor Professor Stuart McCutcheon; Head of Psychology Professor Sally Merry; poet and English Associate Professor Selina Tusitala Marsh.

Features

Fellow fit for a queen: Associate Professor Erin Griffey.
Gut instinct pays off
: Dr Peng Du receives award.
Lech Janczewski - His Story
: from Poland to planes to cybersecurity.

Regular sections

News: Distinguished Alumni Awards; important change in decision-making for Māori and Pacific students; update on For All Our Futures; Hobson Street Theatre Company; School of Music gets an organ for all centuries; Polyfest and virtual reality.
Research in Brief
: Rat tales: Dr James Russell; device helps tighten things up below: Dr Jenny Kruger.
Art & Culture: 
Library turns 50; Fisher Art Gallery back in action; poetry sharing with Samoa.
Māramatanga
: Human rights, when are they right for Tonga? By Dr Melenaite Taumoefolau

 

   

Issue 1, March

UniNews March 2019 cover

Cover story: Thegn Ladefoged (anthropology) on Ahuahu (Great Mercury Island) and his Marsden project ‘Social network analysis of obsidian artefacts and Māori interaction in northern Aotearoa New Zealand’.

Features: Hilary Chung (Global Studies): Presenting to Parliament’s Health Select Committee to fund life-lengthening cancer drugs for women with metastatic disease. Mike O’Sullivan (Engineering): on celebrating 50 years (12 March) working for the University.

Snapshots: BFM 50th; Sophia Powers; honorary degrees; James K Lowe. News: Karamia Muller; homes for penguins; new cytometer; Parkinson’s research boost for Liggins. Research in Brief: Suranga Nanayakkara and ChewIt; Gary Cheung suicide study: Michelle Wise: Oblige trial; Jake Bransgrove: Joseph Banks. Obituaries: Emeritus Professor Allan Wild; Emeritus Professor Jim Miller. Art & Culture: Nina Tonga (Honolulu Biennial); Pardington artwork; Gavin Hipkins. What’s on: Cannabis conversation with Benedikt Fischer 1 March; Robert Entmann 7 March. Māramatanga: Language learning an ‘at risk’ activity. By Martin East, Professor of Language Education. 
  

   

2018


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UniNEWS Issue 10, December 2018
Inside: Damon Salesa: first Pro Vice-Chancellor Pacific; Marsden success and outstanding teachers; Building leadership; Model Confucius Institute launched at Pembridge House; New Bachelor of Design for 2020, Giving our nursing students a hand up; My story: Judy Wilford. Interview with Goldie Estate winemaker Heinrich Storm; Cocktails with Khrushchev, Tea with Mr Lee: poetry and prose memoir by law lecturer Bernard Brown; Virtual pregnancy – a world first; The gig trap – repercussions of working in 'gig' jobs; In memoriam – Iain Bell Buchanan. Māramatanga – Democracy surviving in Trump's America by Paul Taillon. (3.5 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 9, November 2018
Inside: Nau mai e Cindy Kiro, Peace at last, 11 November 1918: Special Collections First World War centenary website project, Literacy champion: Dr Rachel Williamson awarded title of NEXT Woman of the Year for Education, Get your orders in early: about the Strategic Procurement team, Rutherford success - Jay Marlowe and Tim Angeli, FMHS Alumni celebrate 50 years, My story - Harrison Black, Research: Fruit fly mysteries, Research: Pioneer in wave data, Research - Fertility hope, Research - French boost, Māramatanga: Khashoggi killing - Stephen Hoadley. (3.8 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 8, October 2018
Inside: From first spark to global impact - UniServices turns 30, All grown up and speaking for themselves - the Growing up in New Zealand study, Rewarding business of teaching - Christine Woods and Mānuka Hēnare have both received awards for Sustained Excellence in Tertiary Teaching, Tears of Rangi - Anne Salmond's book has been shortlisted for a prestigious British prize, My story - Mary Ann Crick, Research in brief - Alex Sims on Jumping on the blockchain train, Spring graduation, Excessive profits for energy generators - a new report by Stephen Poletti, Liggins study now TV doco, Maramatanga - Nicholas Rowe looks at the global spread of 'ethnic exclusion' in Dancing on a wire. (2.5 MB, PDF)

   

   

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UniNEWS Issue 6, August 2018
Among the stories in August UniNews: Sir Peter Gluckman will lead a new global council; business students experience virtual reality field trips; University research engineer Nick Depree wins 2018 Nikon Auckland Photo Day and staff come up with lots of great ideas for living more sustainably. (8.5 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 5, July 2018
Inside: Te Reo Māori policy passed, Huge funding boost for FMHS, Top science role for Juliet (Gerrard), New dame forged path for women – Charmian O’Connor, Gender transitioning – guidelines now available, Back for a second round – Raising the Bar, The high price of passion – Jacobean tragedy The Changeling, My story – Michael Steedman, Obituary –Diana Lennon’s enduring legacy, Maramatanga – New baby, new era? Jennifer Curtin. (1.3 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 4, June 2018
Inside: Royal Society honour another first – Margaret Brimble, Ockham win for story of Tuai – Alison Jones and Kuni Kaa Jenkins, Tribute to past present and future – television series Artefact with Anne Salmond, My Story – Tracey Spray, Research – Roy Lay-Yee on Why are we so lonely?, Research – Simple test could save babies lives, Autumn Graduation, Maramatanga – Budget insights. (804.2 kB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 3, May 2018
Inside: Breaking the bars - imagining a world without prisons, Dance graduate a world first - Suzanne Cowan, My Story - Richard Smith, Research - Impact of income on bodyweight, Goodbye after 46 years - Chris Thoreau, Research - Volcanic visions, Maramatanga - Lest we forget. (2.8 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 2, April 2018
Inside: Robot care; tribute to staff member Amber McWilliams; Faculty of Education and Social Work's Martin Moore marries; Janet McAllister - our very own Library Queen. (1.2 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 1, March 2018
Inside: People power – Andrew Erueti, Mental health top of mind – government inquiry, Creativity Unleashed – Unleash Space opening, New head for Psychology, Distinguished Alumni announced, My story – Simon Crook, Research in focus – Online addiction: Delia Cotoros-Goodall, Obituaries – David Mayes and Heather McAllister, Seen any sick starfish lately, Maramatanga – Our past matters: Felicity Barnes. (1.4 MB, PDF)

2017


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UniNEWS Issue 10, December 2017
Inside: School’s out – Graeme Aitken on teaching, learning, and the meaning of life, Zero fees for first years, Bringing new vision to Samoa, Successful Marsden fund recipients, My Story – Michelle Wong, Research – Dangers of avoiding conflict, Research – Taking on the big questions, Obituary – A tribute to Suzanne Mitchell, Maramatanga – Unhealthy influence. (1.2 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 9, November 2017
Inside: Top honours shared – RSNZ 2017 awards, Public Policy Institute launched, Read the new Ingenio - now online, International role for Sam Elworthy, 40 under 40, The future is now – arc/sec lab at the Ars Electronica Festival, My story – Taueetia Tiauli (Tom), Research – The Harry Potter wasp in our backyard, Māori identity and financial choices, Rich laboratory for research, Maramatanga – Tidal change in views on language. (2.0 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 8, October 2017
Inside: Record numbers in spring graduation, Endeavour Fund benefits Science, Selina our new Poet Laureate, Rare Chinese collection, Tribute to Peter Bridges, Making dreams a reality - sustainability, My Story: Tiopira McDowell, Research - Breast cancer: a better diagnosis, Fleximap up for award, Research – Unique Māori language tool, Maramatanga – A wicked problem. (6.7 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 7, September 2017
Inside: Sailing in a new direction - Allen Curnow and Terry Sturm, Election debate on youth issues, New dean committed to level playing field - Mark Barrow of Education and Social Work, Top teacher refugee advocate - Jay Marlowe, Understanding our past - Linda Bryder and Russell Stone, Replica of a first calculator heading back to Scotland, My story - Sam Perry, Research - Dairy intolerance not just a faddish trend (Amber Milan), Research - Taxing questions (Mark Keating), Maramatanga - Why your vote will count. (1.3 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 6, August 2017
Inside: Epic journey - discover the journey of Tuai, Talent showcased at festival, Prop up the bar and learn something new, Poi is officially good for you, Fairytale photo wins photo comp, My story - Godfrey Boehnke, Research - Stem cell revelation?, Research - Fashion victims, Maramatanga - What's in a dress? (1.3 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 5, July 2017
Inside: Working for a better world – Winnie Byanyima, Liggins professor gets prestigious American award – Jane Harding, Stillbirth breakthrough – Lesley McCowan, Better world focus of new campaign – “Never Stop”, Queen’s birthday honours for business champion – Geoff Whitcher, Tribute to Alastair Scott, My story – Jackie Ede, 2017 Winter Lecture Series – Immigration: The 21st century challenge, Chinese story is our story – Manying Ip. (3.3 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 4, June 2017
Inside: Taking on cancer - Francis Hunter, Rewarding excellence, TVNZ series, Dream of spinal cord recovery behind generous gift, Big cities big ideas on show, My story – Mabingo Alfdaniels, Obituary – Nicholas Tarling, New evidence of early life on earth – Kathy Campbell, Rediscovering our medical history – Erna Battenhaussen, ‘Tough love’ not working – Susan St John. (5.5 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 3, May 2017
Inside: Festival of words - Courtney Sina Meredith, What you say makes a difference (Staff Survey), Congratulations to autumn graduates, Our academics in Newsroom, Judith Marecek - Velocity programme manager, Late 1800s graduation ceremonies cancelled, Leading for the greatest good - Chellie Spiller and Rachel Wolfgramm, Navigating Pacific psychology - Sam Manuela, Writing our own stories - Paula Morris. (2.3 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 2, April 2017
Inside: Image Power - UK Guardian cartoonist Steve Bell, Top names at writers festival, My Story - Dan Holt, Freda Stark - University library worker, Revolution in the lab - Auckland Bioengineering Institute, Understanding violence - Dr Chris Wilson. (821.6 kB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS Issue 1, March 2017
Inside: Lighting the way – Michael Parekowhai, Rez Gardi top New Zealander, Distinguished alumni announced, Fairburn work a family affair, Carolyn Kelly – Maclaurin Chapel chaplain, Natural spring in the law school carpark, Dotcom to launch at US festival – Annie Goldson documentary, Blood test for preterm risk, (In)justice, oil and religion – Hirini Kaa. (1.1 MB, PDF)

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2016


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Issue 10: December 2016
Inside: Our Rutherford medallist – Michael Corballis, Award-winner solves dilemma – four covers for one book, Students help with real-world planning, Brian Boyd co-curates world-class exhibition at MONA, My story – Sam Elworthy, Farewell to Rewi and Marti (Rewi Thompson and Marti Friedlander), Research – On a mission for women’s health (Jenny Kruger), Maramatanga – The nuclear legacy – Attention needed now (Treasa Dunworth). (1.3 MB, PDF)

   

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Issue 9: November 2016
Inside: New ways of seeing – Marti Friedlander, Leading Trans-Tasman change – the Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity programme, Behind the cover story – George Mason’s portrait on the cover of Ingenio, A great way to spend a day – winner of this semester’s International Student Photo Composition, Can we … ? – the University’s new campaign, Spring graduation, Research – A place to be free (Peter O’Connor), Research –Breaking new pathways - Ilaisaane Fifita and Sisikula Sisifa, Maramatanga – Clinton and Trump – Indictment of Democracy (Nicholas Ross Smith). (3.9 MB, PDF)

   

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Issue 8: October 2016
Inside: Island time capsule – uncloaking the past (Great Mercury island), Top marks for innovation, University scientists scoop awards - Miro Erkintalo and Jason Busby, Changing our face to the world – Web Presence Improvement Programme, $32,000 for smart solutions – the Solve It challenge, Newmarket gets green tick – two buildings have won a top engineering award, My story – Emma Newborn, Research – Biomimetic caterpillar crawls free, Research – Binary Explorations (J J Eldridge), Maramatanga – Fat is a fairness issue (Darren Powell and George Parker). (694.9 kB, PDF)

   

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Issue 7: September 2016
Inside: Italian immersion – springboard for reflection, Mentor honoured – Geoff Whitcher, Distinguished contribution – Greg Whittred, Our Olympians, Unique discovery – Vanuatu’s Prime Minister Charlot Salwai and our archives, Top accolades for teaching – Tracey McIntosh and Martin East, My story – Stephen Innes, Research – Stronger monitoring needed for bonus floor scheme (Dory Reeves), Research – News on equatorial diversity, Maramatanga – Fostering rebellion (Diane Brand). (664.4 kB, PDF)

   

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Issue 6: August 2016
Inside: Two new honorary doctors – Charles Bidwill and Richard Aitken, New hub in the capital – new office in Wellington for Uniservices, New Information Communications Technology Law centre, What’s new – Hood Fellows (Eamonn O’Brien, John Montgomery, Christian Hartinger), Education student to Rio (Katie Duncan), My story – Talaloa (Tala) Leau, Did you know – the Graduation Office, Research – About keeping victims of family violence safe (Julia Tolmie), Research – Youth mentoring scheme (Kelsey Deane and Pat Bullen), Maramatanga – Academic equity (Kirsten Locke). (1.0 MB, PDF)

   

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Issue 5: July 2016
Inside: A whale of a time - 2016 Winter Lectures, Engaging with refugees – Equity Office pilot programme, Tell me story – Elam exhibition in Shanghai, Beyond Hobbiton, Securing our future security – our building security system, My story – Jim Metson, Research – Carbon tax could lower emissions and GST (Sina Mashinchi), Research – Diabetes and obesity (Rinki Murphy), Maramatanga – Your health (Simon Denny and Shanthi Ameratunga). (4.2 MB, PDF)

   

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Issue 4: June 2016
Inside: Three generations – our graduation coverage, Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Awards, Special award special researcher (Richard Faull), What’s new – Supreme winner (the University’s Civil Structures Hall), What’s new – The Academy of New Zealand Literature, Research – Research Excellence Awards display, Research – Poi for your health, Maramatanga – Shakespeare lives. (816.4 kB, PDF)

   

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Issue 3: May 2016
Inside: Changing times - Tāmaki sale, Smart sharp snappy (showcase of excellent research), Future Islands (New Zealand’s pavilion at the upcoming Architecture Biennale in Venice), Auckland University Press wins international award, What’s new – China, What’s new – Pacific digital storytelling, My story – Margaret Crannigan Allen, Our people – Denis Agate, Research – Showcasing social science research, Logic at first sight (Finnish thought leader on logic, Jouko Väänänen), Research – Singing Communities (Te Oti Rakena), Maramatanga – Sex, gender, age (Nicola Garvey). (685.7 kB, PDF)

   

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Issue 2: April 2016
Inside: Our 2016 DAAS, Preparing NZ for tech future, Flourishing role model – Diane Robertson, A scholarship for refugees, Staff function – annual staff cocktail staff function, Working with Māori, Life changing moments – 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award winners, Advancing the Doctor or Education, Obituary – Ranginui Walker 1932-2016, Research – Studying environmental history (Marco de Jong), Research – The Kerepehi fault (Jennifer Eccles), Research – Lost and found (Janna Wardman), Maramatanga – Speaking up (Matheson Russell). (8.4 MB, PDF)

   

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UniNEWS issue 1, March 2016
Inside: Auckland a-buzz – University hives, A better start – a new National Science Challenge, Spark renamed Velocity, Governor-General visits, My story – Ivan Wagstaff, Research – Knowledge exchange in Aotearoa and Abaya Yala, Research – Safety in Numbers (Lucy van Oosterom), Maramatanga – Valuing identify (John Fenaughty). (1.6 MB, PDF)

   

2015


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Issue 1: March 2015
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Issue 2: April 2015
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Issue 3: May 2015
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Issue 4: June 2015
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Issue 5: July 2015
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Issue 6: August 2015
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Issue 7: September 2015
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Issue 8: October 2015
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Issue 9: November 2015
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Issue 10: December 2015
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2014


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Issue 1: March 2014
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Issue 2: April 2014
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Issue 3: May 2014
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Issue 4: June 2014
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Issue 5: July 2014
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Issue 6: August 2014
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Issue 7: September 2014
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Issue 8: October 2014
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Issue 9: November 2014
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Issue 10: December 2014
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2013


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Issue 2: 28 February 2013
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Issue 3: 14 March 2013
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Issue 4: 28 March 2013
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Issue 5: 18 April 2013
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Issue 6: 2 May 2013
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Issue 7: 16 May 2013
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Issue 8: 30 May 2013
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Issue 9: 13 June 2013
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Issue 10: 27 June 2013
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Issue 11: 11 July 2013
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Issue 12: 25 July 2013
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Issue 13: 8 August 2013
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Issue 14: 22 August 2013
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Issue 15: 5 September 2013
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Issue 16: 19 September 2013
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Issue 17: 3 October 2013
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Issue 18: 17 October 2013
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Issue 22: 12 December 2013
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2012


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Issue 1: 16 February 2012
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Issue 2: 1 March 2012
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Issue 3: 15 March 2012
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Issue 4: 29 March 2012
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Issue 5: 19 April 2012
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Issue 6: 3 May 2012
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Issue 7: 17 May 2012
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Issue 8: 31 May 2012
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Issue 9: 14 June 2012
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Issue 10: 5 July 2012
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Issue 11: 19 July 2012
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Issue 12: 2 August 2012
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Issue 13: 16 August 2012
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Issue 14: 30 August 2012
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Issue 18: 25 October 2012
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issue 20: 22 November 2012
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2011


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Issue 2: 4 March 2011
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Issue 4: 1 April 2011
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Issue 5: 15 April 2011
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Issue 6: 6 May 2011
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Issue 7: 19 May 2011
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Issue 8: 2 June 2011
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Issue 9: 16 June 2011
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Issue 10: 30 June 2011
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Issue 11: 15 July 2011
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Issue 12: 29 July 2011
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Issue 13: 11 August 2011
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Issue 14: 25 August 2011
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Issue 15: 9 September 2011
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Issue 16: 16 September 2011
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Issue 17: 6 October 2011
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Issue 18: 20 October 2011
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Issue 19: 3 November 2011
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Issue 20: 17 November 2011
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Issue 21: 1 December 2011
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Issue 22: 15 December 2011
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2009


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Issue 1: 30 January 2009
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Issue 3: 27 February 2009
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Issue 4: 13 March 2009
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Issue 5: 27 March 2009
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Issue 6: 9 April 2009
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Issue 7: 1 May 2009
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Issue 8: 15 May 2009
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Issue 9: 29 May 2009
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Issue 10: 12 June 2009
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Issue 11: 26 June 2009
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Issue 12: 10 July 2009
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Issue 13: 24 July 2009
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Issue 14: 7 August 2009
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Issue 15: 21 August 2009
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Issue 18: 2 October 2009
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Issue 20: 30 October 2009
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Issue 21: 13 November 2009
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2008


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Issue 23: 7 December 2007
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Issue 21: 9 November 2007
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Issue 20: 26 October 2007
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Issue 19: 12 October 2007
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Issue 18: 28 September 2007
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Issue 17: 14 September 2007
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Issue 16: 31 August 2007
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Issue 15: 17 August 2007
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Issue 14: 3 August 2007
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Issue 13: 20 July 2007
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Issue 12: 6 July 2007
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Issue 11: 22 June 2007
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Issue 10: 8 June 2007
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Issue 9: 25 May 2007
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Issue 8: 1 May 2007
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Issue 7: 27 April 2007
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Issue 6: 13 April 2007
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Issue 5: 23 March 2007
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Issue 4: 9 March 2007
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Issue 3: 23 February 2007
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Issue 2: 9 February 2007
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Issue 1: 26 January 2007
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