In love with Earth’s wild places

Celebrated NZ photographer, Wayne Papps remembered. Papps was best known for his striking images of Antarctica, which he produced as a member of the Australian Antarctic Division. Regarded as one of the world’s premiere wilderness photographers, Papps, 43, fell to his death while taking pictures on Bruny Island last month. Australian Antarctic Division director, Tony Press: “Few people have captured the many moods or the spirit of Antarctica as Wayne has done … He was a consummate perfectionist and, like a number of truly creative and sensitive artists, an unassuming and modest man.”


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Investigative Role for Lucy Lawless

Investigative Role for Lucy Lawless

In My Life Is Murder, a “delightful new detective show”, New Zealand actor Lucy Lawless plays Alexa Crowe, a former police investigator “half-reluctantly drawn back to work as an unofficial consultant…