From the age of 15 I thought I wanted to be a public radio journalist. This was spurred on by two things: growing up and waking to RNZ’s Morning Report every morning; and receiving the top prize for journalism in year 13 (7th Form). While I didn’t end up becoming a journalist, my professional and… Continue reading “…the dawn raids brought make memories of the Nazis”: An interview with Jeremy Rose (part 1).
I’ve been ruminating about people I’ve encountered who inspire, support and impart their wisdom into the world. I call these people ‘mentors’; ‘leaders‘; Onties (*Aunties); Onkles (*Uncles); and radical disruptors. When I was 5 years old my mother died suddenly. As a young guy I knew something big had happened. But I didn’t realise the impacts of this… Continue reading In Search of the Wise Ones: Ngā Toka Tūmoana