* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 5, NOVEMBER 2009 * * * * *


Nice picture, shame about the movie

Close, but no Nobel Prize for you, Leo

Should we breed food that feels no pain?

Doing the Transtasman tango

An interview with Commerce Minister Simon Power about how business will be governed in the single economic market

by Gordon Campbell

License to prey

The government needs to stop ignoring loan sharks

by Catriona MacLennan

Politics in the P pipe

Evaluating John Key’s community crusade against P

by Denis O’Reilly

Can science take pain and guilt off the menu?

How science could foster ethical eating

by Melody Thomas

Here, there are no anonymous citizens

Portugal weathers the recession

by Gordon Campbell

When angels fall to earth

A Niki Caro interview about Vintner’s Luck

by Carolyn Meers

Left Coasting : Governor Jerry Brown, by default ?

The race to be the next Governor of California

by Rosalea Barker

From the Hood

Looking beyond the veil into news beyond our own

by Lyndon Hood

Classics : The Pirate Twins (1929) by William Nicholson

Race stereotypes in children’s books

by Gordon Campbell

Taking stock with Disasteradio

An interview with Wellington musician Disasteradio

by James Robinson

For whom the Nobel tolls

Regional bias and politics can decide the Nobel Prize for Literature

by Brannavan Gnanalingham

Travelling Light : Burma on a budget

Life in the grip of the generals

by Nicola Kean

The Complicatist : The canonisation of J. Dilla

Unpacking the basis of a legend

by Gordon Campbell

Sporting Life : David Tua’s limited future…

Déjà vu with David Tua, and what’s golf doing at a green Olympics ?

by Lamont Russell

Cartoon Alley

Reviews, commentary and comics from local artists

by Werewolf