Samuel Scott

WOAP 2018
Jun 17, 2018

A delicious foot: the natural wines made in urban Wellington

Samuel Flynn Scott explores the buzzy flavours of the natural wineries of downtown Wellington. 

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WOAP 2018
Jun 13, 2018

Tommy Millions loves pizza, but not as much as Samuel Flynn Scott

It appears the two biggest pizza nerds in the world are both from Wellington. Samuel Flynn Scott talks to the capital's pizza guru, Tommy Millions.

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WOAP 2018
Jun 10, 2018

Moore Wilson's: the home and heart of Wellington food

This month legendary Wellington food emporium Moore Wilson’s turned 100. Samuel Flynn Scott meets Julie Moore, the most important and influential person in Wellington food.

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WOAP 2018
Jun 6, 2018

A toast to Wellington’s toast (and its pizza, and Malaysian, and cheese, and beer, and coffee)

You never realise how good you have it until it's too late. In the first part of a series on Wellington's flourishing food scene, former resident Samuel Flynn Scott yearns for the capital's $7 menu. 

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Music
Mar 25, 2018

Watching Ed Sheeran at Mt Smart, with an open heart

The Phoenix Foundation's Samuel Flynn Scott braves the megastar at the stadium, immersing himself in a mixture of mediocrity, dazzle and rain

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Sports
Feb 15, 2016

Black Caps fans welcome brief return to familiar hell

Samuel Scott takes his mind off the Black Caps humiliating defeat by torturing himself with thoughts of their uncertain future.

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Sports
Feb 14, 2016

Blood magic now the Black Caps’ only hope

As the hills around the Basin Reserve burn, along with the Black Caps' chances, Samuel Flynn Scott turns to a legend's blood-stained shirt in a search for salvation.

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Sports
Feb 13, 2016

A day in hell

Sam Scott watches Adam Voges score 176* as Australia clinically dismember the Black Caps on a punishingly hot day at the Basin Reserve.

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Sports
Feb 12, 2016

Black Caps deliver touching reminder of the old days with throwback batting collapse

Samuel Flynn Scott watches the Black Caps, and his newfound high hopes, implode in a first innings report from the Basin Reserve.

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