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‘My subjects feel special – most of the time’: Judith Joy Ross on her sensual portraits

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Back in 1967, when Judith Joy Ross was a shy and awkward 20-year-old, still figuring out how to be a photographer, she used to take what she calls “sneaking pictures” of people on the street. “I had various little tec...

‘It was hard rediscovering myself’: Judith Tebbutt on escaping Somali kidnappers

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Ten years ago on Monday, Judith Tebbutt walked onto a plane and out of the hands of the Somali pirates, kidnappers and murderers who had held her captive for almost seven months. Her husband, David, had been shot dead...

The era of Judith ‘Crusher’ Collins ends in a blaze of fury

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In the end, Judith Collins’s tenure at the top of the National Party ended on the same notes that have sounded throughout her political career: fighting words, a refusal to back down, and one last attempt at crushing ...

New Zealand opposition leader Judith Collins ousted after move to demote rival backfires

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Judith Collins, leader of New Zealand’s opposition National party, has been toppled after months of poor polling and a shock move to strip a political rival of his portfolios. MPs voted to end Collins’ leadership at a...

New Zealand opposition leader Judith Collins’ struggle for relevance

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“There are three ways in which opposition leaders end being opposition leaders,” the National party’s leader, Judith Collins, says: “one, they give up – well, that’s not happening. Two, they get rolled – that’s not ha...

Judith Butler: ‘We need to rethink the category of woman’

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It’s been 31 years since the release of Gender Trouble. What were you aiming to achieve with the book? It was meant to be a critique of heterosexual assumptions within feminism, but it turned out to be more about gend...

Jacinda Ardern suggests opposition leader Judith Collins is a ‘Karen’

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New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, has suggested her opposition party counterpart could be called a “Karen” during a fierce debate in parliament over laws governing hate speech. Judith Collins, the leader o...

Judith Kerr was right, time flies for adults, but childhood lasts half a lifetime

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My younger daughter celebrated her 18th birthday last week and I was reminded of something that the great children’s writer Judith Kerr said to me, well into her own 95th and final year: “We live our lives in two dist...

Judith Collins’ comments on Māori health policy are a diversion

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In October I wrote in praise of the Māori party’s Mana Motuhake policy, a 25-year plan to improve Māori outcomes based on Māori asserting their right to exercise tino rangatiratanga – roughly translated as self-manage...

‘Judith never came home’: deadly fate of ‘disappeared’ women in Peru

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Judith Machaca was last seen on her way home from work in her home town of Tacna in southern Peru. The environmental engineering student had been working part-time at a mobile phone shop and would always send a messag...

Reduce, re-use, recycle: how new Olympic rules make Brisbane’s 2032 bid affordable

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Brisbane is in pole position to win the rights to stage the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2032, after being named as the preferred candidate city last month. The excitement is building, but the hard economic realiti...