James Borrowdale learns the stories behind the images nominated for the New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year.
An extract from the new book Weed: A New Zealand Story, by James Borrowdale.
On March 23 prime minister Jacinda Ardern announced that in 48 hours the country would go into lockdown. New Zealanders had a primal reaction: they called their loved ones.
Two years ago Augusta Grayson was working in advertising, now she's running her own dog training business. James Borrowdale met Grayson (and Frank the Dachshund) to learn about Unitec's Certificate in Animal Management.
No one likes the tax man. Not even his mum. But Dany Miller-Kareko is the modern friendly face of the IRD, who is out to convince Kiwis she’s here to help. James Borrowdale followed her around Auckland while she tried.