Di White works in the law and writes in the gaps. She's physically based in Melbourne and mentally based all over the place.
Content by Di
Plugging the brain drain
More than half a million New Zealanders live in Australia. How much better is life across the ditch?
Does racial profiling by police happen in New Zealand?
A study 15 years ago found many Māori felt targeted by police because of their race. Di White investigates whether attitudes have changed since then.
Changing life on the farm
The contribution of farming to climate change means there’s a tension between the desire to grow our export economy, and the need to protect our natural environment.
'No consequence' after Pike River
Journalist Rebecca Macfie says all of her senses told her the Pike River mine disaster was not an accident.
More than just a mother
Di White is of a generation of girls who have been told to dream big. Where does that leave the meaning of motherhood in the modern age?
Homeopathy: Searching for a remedy
Di White looks into homoeopathic remedies and those who use them.
Myers-Briggs: A blunt instrument, but not out of tune
As indicators of identity go, the Myers-Briggs personality test is halfway between a horoscope and a heart monitor, Di White discovers.
The state of civics education
Political apathy is increasing in New Zealand and this needs to be turned around, writes Di White.
Quitting the day job
Giving up a career to turn a hobby into a job.