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LUCY SMITH

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Lucy Smith is a freelance journalist and sometimes producer for RNZ. The last time she had to write a bio was for Bebo.



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Truck Life is way more fun than your Facebook photos

The artistic creations of one Upper Hutt plumber.

Getting rid of a flatmate you can't stand (legally)

Sharing a living space can be like setting yourself on fire. It’s painful, but it was your decision.

What is the worst flat meal you’ve ever had?

Students and yo-pros answer the question.

What do you do when you’ve got no home?

With rents rising and incomes not keeping up, it’s getting desperate out there.

Popping pills to pass exams

Performance-enhancing drugs aren't just for athletes. Students around the country will be taking them right now.

Mohamed Hassan: Waxing poetic to the world

Mohamed Hassan is one of the biggest names in NZ slam poetry. Next week he'll be competing against some of the best in the world.

Bludgers or desperate youths? Life on the dole

You might laugh about being on a taxpayer's holiday, but being on the benefit is mostly pretty shit.

The taxpayers' artist

On the streets of Wellington, a running battle is fought week by week between scrawled names and the blank patchworks of paint that cover them. Lucy Smith meets the taggers and cleaners in the middle.

10 privacy myths busted

It's Privacy Week so The Wireless picked the brains of the experts to bust some common myths about your business.

Giving a little can mean a lot

Money makes the world go around - and just a small amount has made a difference to the lives of three women in Myanmar.

What I wish I'd learnt in sex ed

Schools are free to decide how they teach it, so what we learn (and don’t learn) can vary wildly from one school to the next.

A comic tells a story behind the statistics

Students write a script to encourage people who self-harm to reach out.

Shake Up: Juliet Arnott from Rekindle

Five years into the rebuilding of Christchurch, in our Shake Up series we talk about the legacy of the earthquakes with some of the people making the city a better place.

Shake Up: Richard Sewell from R.A.D Bikes

Five years into the rebuilding of Christchurch, in our Shake Up series we talk about the legacy of the earthquakes with some of the people making the city a better place.

Shake Up: Josiah Tualamali’i from PYLAT

Five years into the rebuilding of Christchurch, we talk about the legacy of the earthquakes with some of the people making the city a better place.

Shake Up: Sophie Davis from North Projects

Five years into the rebuilding of Christchurch, we talk about the legacy of the earthquakes with some of the people making the city a better place.

Shake Up: Liv Worsnop from Plant Gang

Five years into the rebuilding of Christchurch, we talk about the legacy of the earthquakes with some of the people making the city a better place.

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