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Vandalism prompts strong support

by MICHAEL OTTO
St Vincent de Paul in Hamilton was inundated with offers of support from the community after their charity van was vandalised recently. [more]

St Peter’s principal to retire

by NZ CATHOLIC staff
The principal of St Peter’s College in Auckland, Kieran Fouhy, has advised his school’s board that he will retire at the end of this year. [more]

Euthanasia argument ‘disingenuous’

by PETER GRACE
It’s disingenuous of Lecretia Seales and her legal team to argue that a favourable court ruling in her application to allow a doctor to end her life will have no implications
for anyone else, says a university professor. [more]

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Cameo confl ict sends big message

by NEVIL GIBSON
The world’s troublespots have always been a lucrative source for screen drama and, occasionally,
sharp comedies. [more]

Rawness of prose suits topics

ALWAYS A GRUNT by Mike Ledingham (BMS Books, 2014. Available from BMS Books, Rotorua: www.bms.co.nz, or inquire at booksellers); $29.95. Reviewed by PETER GRACE. [more]

Crusader puts children first

by NEVIL GIBSON
Like many small countries, Ireland has a thriving film industry.
In recent months it has also displayed global ambitions, most noticeably with One Thousand
Times Goodnight (reviewed Jan. 25) about a globetrotting conflict zone photographer. [more]

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