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Feature articles

Global governance on climate agenda

March 19, 2012 iwishart 0

Global Governance on climate agenda MISSION INCREDIBLE Clark tasked to pave the way for World Government Media commentators missed the big story in Helen Clark’s appointment to the United Nations Development Programme. As bestselling “Air […]

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Climate Change

Climate change: carbon war erupts in Europe

March 19, 2012 iwishart 0

OPINION Carbon War erupts in Europe By Viv Forbes Chairman, The Carbon Sense Coalition Australia should put its carbon tax plans on indefinite hold because of the growing doubts in Europe about carbon taxes and […]

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Lucy Lawless nicked by long arm of law

February 27, 2012 iwishart 0

Actress and climate ingenue Lucy Lawless has found life in the rigging of an oil ship is strictly for the birds. The Greenpeace supporter joined a group that illegally boarded a Shell drilling ship that […]

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Climate Change

Heartland critic: Pot calls kettle black?

February 21, 2012 iwishart 2

OPINION BY IAN WISHART American computer scientist and business consultant John Mashey has been making hay from documents suggesting conservative think tank Heartland has funded climate skeptics. The irony is that the firm Mashey and […]

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Climate Change

NZ, Australia sleepwalk to climate suicide

December 6, 2011 iwishart 0

By Ian Wishart New Zealand and Australia have gone against the world trend by promising to beef up their emissions trading schemes at a bilateral meeting in Durban. Both nations have taken a drubbing in […]

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Climate Change

BREAKING: Britain poised to ditch CO2 targets

October 5, 2011 iwishart 0

London, 4 October – The Global Warming Policy Foundation has welcomed the promise by Chancellor George Osborne that the government will no longer be bound by unilateral targets that cut CO2 emissions in Britain faster […]

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Climate Change

Welcome to the new Investigate website

September 27, 2011 iwishart 0

The new-look Investigate site has gone live, with a simpler and cleaner navigation menu providing easy access to key features. Along the top you’ll find ClimateAirCon, which brings together the absolute latest news on climate […]

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Feature articles

Cat People: The Hunt For NZ’s Big Cats

March 16, 2010 iwishart 0

CAT PEOPLE  The search for NZ’s black panthers   Are some of New Zealand’s missing trampers victims of leopard or cougar attacks in the South Island? A new book by big cat investigators MICHAEL WILLIAMS […]

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Feature articles

The Beasts of Benmore

March 16, 2010 iwishart 0

The Beasts of Benmore: Oct 07 issue THE BEASTS OF BENMORE Experts are close to confirming the existence of possibly two varieties of exotic big cats living wild in New Zealand – American mountain lions […]

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Aviation

Roses of Remembrance

December 2, 2008 Ian Wishart 0

PHOTO: MAXPPP Relatives of the New Zealanders killed in the Airbus crash off Perpignan have visited the scene overnight where the jet plunged into the Mediterranean. Accompanied by Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe, the […]

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Aviation

Air New Zealand A320 Crash

November 28, 2008 Ian Wishart 0

Wellington, Nov 28 NZPA – Five New Zealanders are given no hope of surviving the crash of an Airbus A320 operated by XL Airways of Germany in the Mediterranean today. One Air New Zealand pilot, […]

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Global Warming

Mercury in CFLs – special investigation

August 11, 2008 Ian Wishart 0

The Most Comprehensive Media Investigation Of CFL Lightbulbs Published To Date A Labour and Green Party initiative to ban ordinary incandescent light bulbs if they win the election could cost ordinary households thousands of dollars […]

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Australian edition

Sep 05, AU edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

LOST IN TRANSLATION She was a Russian dancer. He was a suburban psychopath. IAN WISHART has the story of a paedophile’s manipulation of the law to gain access to children, and a trail of wrecked […]

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Iraq

The Arena: Mar 05, AU edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

THE ARENA JAMES MORROW Australians should be proud of the role they played bringing democracy to Iraq From the moment John Howard committed troops to help the United States enforce the slew of U.N. resolutions […]

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Australian edition

Nov 05, AU Edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

David J. Ford has spent a lifetime working in the region’s hotspots – including over a half-dozen years active service with the British Army’s Royal Military Police during the Malayan Emergency and the Borneo Rebellion […]

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Australian edition

Nov 05, AU Edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

ISLAM’S MESSAGE TO THE WEST We’re coming to get you Earlier this month the terror group Jemaah Islamiyah hit Bali again. Now, in this exclusive interview for Investigate magazine in Australia and New Zealand, given […]

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Australian edition

Nov 05, AU Edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

THE KYOTO CONSPIRACY How Enron hyped global warming for profit Amidst all the talk about the benefits that Kyoto Protocol is supposed to promote, it is perhaps forgotten especially amongst the greenies how Kyoto was […]

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Australian edition

TOUGH QUESTIONS: May 05, AU Edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

IAN WISHART Debating the Resurrection – is it important? So that was Easter. You know, the time of year when we all jump in cars for a long weekend away, enjoying the rain and high […]

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Abortion

Sep 05, AU Edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

BAD CHOICES A New South Wales abortionist will stand trial in November for manslaughter after an alleged illegal termination that went terribly wrong – the first such prosecution in New South Wales in over two […]

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Australian edition

Tough Questions, Mar 05, AU Edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

TOUGH QUESTIONS IAN WISHART Been sucked in by The Da Vinci Code yet? Along time ago, in a lifetime far, far away, I bought a book called The Holy Blood & The Holy Grail. Hundreds […]

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Australian edition

Dec 05, AU Edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

He’s the “reason for the season” as the saying goes, but there’s still a surprising amount of controversy over the historical Jesus. Was He the Son of God, or just the imaginINg of an obscure […]

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April 05

TOUGH QUESTIONS: Apr 05, AU Edition

March 10, 2008 iwishart 0

IAN WISHART Going head-to-head with a reader over the Da Vinci Code fraud Dear Mr Wishart: In reply to your article regarding Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, it would seem to me that Mr […]

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China

The Man Who Sold The World

January 26, 2008 InvestigateDesign 0

The Man Who Sold The World December 2007 issue In this world exclusive, IAN WISHART has the inside story on the alleged $75 billion plot to bring down the Bank of England, after locating and […]

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Big Cat mysteries

The Beasts of Benmore: Oct 07 issue

December 31, 2007 InvestigateDesign 0

THE BEASTS OF BENMORE Experts are close to confirming the existence of possibly two varieties of exotic big cats living wild in New Zealand – American mountain lions and African or Asian black leopards. Researcher […]

Crime

The Gun Debate

August 20, 2007 InvestigateDesign 0

GUN SHY The Firearms Debate Reignites In the wake of the Virginia Tech killings, fresh questions are being asked about gun control. The answers, however, may surprise you when we put New Zealand’s crime rate […]

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Australian edition

The Boy Racer Problem: March 05

August 13, 2007 InvestigateDesign 0

OUT OF CONTROL Horrific road smashes involving young drivers are increasingly dominating news coverage on both sides of the Tasman. In New Zealand, we’ve introduced ‘boy racer’ laws and extensive restrictions on young drivers, prompting […]

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Australian edition

X in the Suburbs: April 05 issue

August 13, 2007 InvestigateDesign 0

X IN THE SUBURBS Ecstasy and other party drugs used to be an import-only business. But now, home-grown gangs are figuring out the trick to pill-making and flooding the market with their wares. JAMES MORROW […]