AA Directions Autumn 2014

The autumn 2014 issue of AA Directions features profiles of Kiwis making it big overseas, inspiring travel from Hokitika to Guangzhou and the latest motoring issues.

  • Kiwi Flyers

    We talk to New Zealanders who are succeeding on the global stage, from home.

  • The Luminaries

    Ray Salisbury visits a few of our guiding lights.

  • Wheel Love

    Dean's restored 1964 Kombi won the AA's Coolest Car Competition on Facebook.

  • Reading the Road

    Peter King looks at how we rate risk.

  • Q & A

    We chat to Liz Kirkman, who tells the story of jazz singer Anita O'Day in her new show.

  • Art at the heart

    A tour of Christchurch's contemporary art scene.

  • Natural beauty

    Peter James Quinn finds many riches on the West Coast.

  • China Town

    Colourful, energetic Guangzhou is full of surprises.

  • Taking our time

    Finding temptations en-route from Gisborne to Wellington.

  • A Call to Bluff

    Kathryn Webster gets her fill at the annual Oyster Festival.

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Donkey Drama

Justine Tyerman goes to the rescue at Santorini

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Top Spot

Opera singer Jonathan Lemalu tells us about his favourite place

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Rolling in it

Jacqui Madelin takes a Rolls Royce for a spin

News bites

Do you support signposting fixed speed cameras? Have your say below.
Read more - Poll Question
What should you do if you're in a car when an earthquake strikes?
Read more - Driving in a Quake
There's more to buying your first used car than just kicking the tyres
Read more - Don't kick the tyres
A new study reveals how we rate risk on the road
Read more - Reading the Road

Travel quiz

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Do you support signposting fixed speed cameras?

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