This week, it’s ‘The straight and narrow’, written by Bill Morris for New Zealand Geographic magazine’s November-December issue.

Ploughing—the epitome of the colonial ‘civilising’ of land—is as fundamental to this country’s history as war and rugby. Perhaps it’s not surprising that we make a sport out of it.

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