After a bite of schnitzel sends her running to the toilet, Julie Hill dives into the murky world of Britain's favourite meat substitute.
Julie Hill spoke to three '501s' about life in detention and after deportation.
Stacey Kerapa has bitter experience of how brutal Police can be to Trans Māori, but the progress made over the years means that the decision to ban uniformed cops is a huge mistake, she says
The prime minister's whistlestop tour of Europe saw her meet the German chancellor in Berlin yesterday. And the local press were gushing
You know him as a white supremacist and dangerous idiot. New Zealander Julie Hill knew Richard Spencer as a fellow language student – one who was loathed by classmates and teachers alike.
You know him as a white supremacist and dangerous idiot. New Zealander Julie Hill knew him as a fellow language student – one who was loathed by classmates and teachers alike.
From the 70s through the 90s, Auckland’s inner-city streets hosted a population of trans sex workers who were not only outside the protection of the law, but often at the mercy of those who enforce it. Those who survived that era tell Julie Hill about the sexual acts demanded by police, and how they made it through.