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New-look INVESTIGATE out today

The new look INVESTIGATE magazine hits the streets today, with sacked Newstalk ZB host Chris Carter joining the magazine as a columnist.

This month we feature articles on how to beat the burglary epidemic; ask whether gun control is backfiring; report on NASA's discovery of water on Mars and "something else"; interview Leighton Smith and Chris Carter; reveal the surprising truth about the Road Toll, and profile the bitter debate over Gay Clergy in the church.

Headlines can be found on our website:

And we are also pleased to announce that back issues of the magazine are now searchable online at the same address, making INVESTIGATE more fully accessible to international readers for the first time


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