Red Bulletin April 2012
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- The Red Bulletin in April. Maya Gabeira - 24 hours with the big-wave girl who shows up the boys. Sir James Dyson - The Future: Reinvented. Golden Fleeces - Wild and Woolly at the NZ sheep-shearing champs. This and more in Red Bulletin's new issue.
Red Bulletin: Surfing the Strip 28/03/2012
Freedom is a much-prized commodity in Gaza, Palestine. For a small but increasing number of its residents, the sea offers an escape from a war-torn world.
Red Bulletin: Raising the giant 28/03/2012
The Red Bull Stratos helium balloon holds around 850,000 cubic metres of gas, at takeoff it stretches over the wingspan of three Boeing 777s and transports Felix Baumgartner three times higher than...
Red Bulletin: Surf survivor 28/03/2012
Terrifying thrills, sexist barbs, and the realization that your next day at the office might also be your last. Twenty-four hours in the life of Maya Gabeira, big-wave surfing’s poster girl.
Red Bulletin: ‘we're not sending emails!’ 28/03/2012
James Dyson reinvented the world – at the very least, the way we think about it and the way we keep it nice. The billionaire innovator reveals the plusses of perseverance, his gin-less wonder and...
Red Bulletin: Shear Quality 28/03/2012
The annual Golden Shears event brings the world’s best sheep shearers to New Zealand. Can any of them cut it with the Kiwis?