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A Moral Truth

150 Years of Investigative Journalism in New Zealand

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New Zealand has a long and rich tradition of journalism that holds power to account, and that goes beyond allegation and denial to reveal hidden truths. That journalism also bears witness and investigates ideas, exposes systemic problems and insists on government action, and goes beyond allegation... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
08 Aug 2017
Publisher
Massey University Press
ISBN-13
9780994141583
Dimensions
134mm x 215mm
Pages
448
Format
Paperback
Release Date
08 Aug 2017
Publisher
Massey University Press
ISBN-13
9780994141583
Dimensions
134mm x 215mm
Pages
448

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15 Jan 2018

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Moral Truth

Massey university has increased publications and produces interesting niche reads. This is a recent release and covers New Zealand’s history of journalism – especially the ability to ‘get behind a story’ and hold power players to account.
“These stories dating from 1863 to the present day, go beyond allegation and denial to reveal hidden truths. Some will be well known. Many will not. Some still shock and disturb. All show the craft, compassion, toil and persistence of journalists and editors who unveiled them.”
Stories include the ground-breaking articles from: Pat booth on the Crewe Murders, NZ Truth against the death penalty, Philip Kitchen on a police sex ring, robin Hyde on bastion Point, Lesley Max on the death of delcelia Witika, rebecca Macfie on Pike river and Sandra Coney and Phillida bunkle on National Women’s unfortunate Experiment. There are others too and this list shows the calibre of quality investigation and reporting – often leading to significant changes in various fields in New Zealand. A comprehensive collection showing our vibrant, tenacious history.

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