This issue contains the third and final article about the history of Wellington’s Cuba Street. The article uses archives and old newspaper clippings to recreate the Depression-era riot of 1932 which took place on Cuba Street. The third issue also contains an irreverent history of Punk music, stretching from Richard Hell to the Cramps, and a feature about Auckland artist Phil Dadson, who is one of the pioneers of New Zealand sound and intermedia art. There is a satirical piece about conservative politician and former woodwork teacher Gerry Brownlee who had been made the National Party spokesperson for Maori Affairs, despite being pakeha (a white New Zealander). There is an article about Professor Gunther Von Hagen who founded the Institute for Plastination in Heidelberg.