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We need to talk about water

This year’s World Water Day focuses on how water and jobs are intrinsically linked in people’s lives. UN-Water and the […]

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Made in Asia

We take a look in pictures at the, until now, faceless workers at the heart of Asia’s notoriously dangerous garment industry. Marred by several tragedies that have claimed hundreds of lives in recent months, the often-overlooked textile industry in Asia has come under international scrutiny.

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Bangladesh’ brothels

MiNDFOOD writer Joanna Tovia has just returned from an emotional trip to Bangladesh with Save the Children Fund. There she encountered the horrific lives of women and their children who are sold as sex workers to Asia’s largest brothel.

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MiNDFOOD Radio featuring Joanna Tovia and Teresa Mudgeway

In this week’s episode we discuss the blame game with Teresa Mudgeway, an adventure seeker shares how to write a bucket list & Jo Tovia tells of her emotional trip to Bangladesh.

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Christchurch Red Zone re-named “Rebuild Zone”

Two years since the tragic Christchurch earthquake, slow but steady progress is being made to get the shaken city back on its feet.

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GALLERY: Sky Tower turns 15

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French candidates contest first round

French President Nicolas Sarkozy prepares to cast his vote in the first round of the presidential elections. But many workers and young voters are deserting him as jobless claims hit their highest level in 12 years. MiNDFOOD reports.

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