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Physical activity and nutrition publications

Refereed papers

  • Collins, C., Richards, R., Reeder, A.I., & Gray, A. (2015). Food for thought: edible gardens in New Zealand primary and secondary schools. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 26(1), 70-73 doi: 10.1071/HE14082
  • Quigg, R., Gray, A., Reeder, A.I., Holt, A., & Waters, D.L. (2014). Development of a 15-Item Scale to Measure Parental Perceptions of Their Neighborhood. Health Education & Behavior. doi: 10.1177/1090198114540460
  • Clark, E.M., Quigg, R., Wong, J.E., Richards, R., Black, K.E., & Skidmore, P.M. (2014). Is the food environment surrounding schools associated with the diet quality of adolescents in Otago, New Zealand? Health Place, 30C, 78-85. doi: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2014.08.008
  • Dawson, A., Richards, R., Collins, C., Reeder, A.I., & Gray, A. (2013). Edible gardens in early childhood education settings in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 24(3), 214-218. doi: 10.1071/he13066
  • Robertson, L., Richards, R., Egan, R., & Szymlek-Gay, E.A. (2013). Promotion and support of physical activity among cancer survivors: A service provider perspective. Psycho-Oncology, 22(2), 441-446. doi: 10.1002/pon.3032
  • Quigg, R., Reeder, A.I., Gray, A., Holt, A., & Waters, D.L. (2012). The effectiveness of a community playground intervention. Journal of Urban Health, 89(1), 171-184. Retrived from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3284593/
  • Liggett, L., Gray, A., Parnell, W., McGee, R., & McKenzie, Y. (2012). Validation and reliability of the New Lifestyles NL-1000 accelerometer in New Zealand preschoolers. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 9(2), 295-299. Retrived from: http://journals.humankinetics.com/AcuCustom/Sitename/Documents/DocumentItem/14_liggett_JPAH_20100028.pdf
  • Szymlek-Gay, E., Richards, R., & Egan, R. (2011). Physical activity among cancer survivors: a literature review. New Zealand Medical Journal, 124(1337). Retrived from: http://www.cancernz.org.nz/assets/files/info/Published%20Papers/Physical%20activity%20among%20cancer%20survivors.pdf
  • Richards, R., Murdoch, L., Reeder, A.I., & Amun, Q. (2011). Political activity for physical activity: health advocacy for active transport. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 8, 52. doi: 10.1186/1479-5868-8-52
  • Quigg, R., Gray, A., Reeder, A.I., Holt, A., & Waters, D.L. (2010). Using accelerometers and GPS units to identify the proportion of daily physical activity located in parks with playgrounds in New Zealand children. Preventive Medicine, 50(5-6), 235-240.
  • Richards, R., Murdoch, L., Reeder, A.I., & Rosenby, M. (2010). Advocacy for active transport: advocate and city council perspectives. International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 7, 5.
  • Richards, R., McGee, R., Williams, S., Welch, D., & Hancox, B. (2010). Adolescent screen time and attachment to parents and peers. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 164(3), 258-262.
  • Freeman, C., & Quigg, R. (2009). Commuting lives: children's mobility and energy use. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 52(3), 393-412.
  • Richards, R., Poulton, R., Reeder, A.I., & Williams, S. (2009). Childhood and contemporaneous correlates of adolescent leisure-time physical inactivity: a longitudinal study. Journal of Adolescent Health, 44(3), 260-267.
  • Mainvil, L.A., Lawson, R., Horwarth, C.C., McKenzie, J.E., & Reeder, A.I. (2009). Validated scales to self-efficacy to eat fruits and vegetables. American Journal of Health Promotion, 23(3), 210-217.
  • Yelavich, S., Towns, C., Burt, R., Chow, K., Donohue, R., Sani, H.S.H., Taylor, K., Gray, A., Eberhart-Phillips, J., & Reeder, A.I. (2008). Walking to school: frequency and predictors among primary school children in Dunedin, New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal, 121(1271).
  • Richards, R., Williams, S., Poulton, R., Reeder, A.I. (2007). Tracking club sport participation from childhood to early adulthood. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 78(5), 413-419.
  • Richards, R., Darling, H., & Reeder, A.I. (2005). Sponsorship and fundraising in New Zealand Schools: implications for health. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 28(4), 331-336.
  • Richards, R., Reeder, A.I., & Darling, H. (2004). Interest and participation in selected sports among New Zealand adolescents. New Zealand Medical Journal, 117(1195), U906.
  • Poulton, R., Trevena, J., Reeder, A.I., & Richards, R. (2002). Physical health correlates of overprediction of physical discomfort during exercise. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 40(4),43-56.
  • West, P., Reeder, A.I., Milne, B.J., & Poulton, R. (2002). Worlds apart: A comparison between physical activities among youth in Glasgow, Scotland and Dunedin, New Zealand. Social Science and Medicine, 54(4),607-619.
  • Dovey, S.M., Reeder, A.I. & Chalmers, D.J. (1998). Continuity and change in sporting and leisure time physical activities during adolescence. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 32(1),53-57.
  • Reeder, A.I., Stanton, W.R., Langley, J.D., & Chalmers, D.J. (1991). Adolescents’ sporting and leisure time physical activities during their 15th year. Canadian Journal of Sports Sciences, 16(4), 308-315.

Letters in scientific journals

  • Darling, H., & Richards, R. (2008). Letter to the Editor: Kids on bikes: A community intervention. Preventive Medicine, 46(1), 82.

Book chapters

  • Booklet: Greenfield, C., Archer, R., Bayes, C., Beatson, J., Chambers, J., Connel, G., Gray, W., Lingard, B., Quigg, R., Rice, J., Stephenson, A., Wilson, M., & Wood, G. (Manukau Institute of Technology Early Childhood Reference Group Members). (2007). Outside is where we need to be. A guide to providing optimal outdoor environments in early childhood settings. A guidebook. ISBN 978-0-473-12861-0.

Theses

  • Pohatu, L. (2014). Iron Māori: a positive health promotion initiative that increases the awareness of Māori health. A thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Public Health (MPH), University of Otago, Dunedin.
  • Collins, C. (2011, September 6). Edible gardens in New Zealand schools. A thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Public Health (MPH), University of Otago, Dunedin.
  • Liggett, L. (2011, November 28). Evaluation of a healthy lifestyle intervention among disadvantaged preschoolers. A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Otago, Dunedin.
  • Quigg, R. (2010, June 24). Assessing the Effects of Up-Grading Playgrounds on Children’s Physical Activity. A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Otago, Dunedin.
  • Richards, R. (2006, December 15). Predictors of physical activity participation during adolescence and young adulthood. A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Otago, Dunedin. Note: This thesis was placed on the University of Otago's Health Sciences Divisional List of Exceptional PhD Theses.

Reports

  • Richards, R. (2014). Brockville Neighbourhood Physical Activity Strategy. A report to the Health Promotion Agency.
  • Robertson, L., Richards, R., Egan, R., Szwymlek-Gay, E. (2011). Promotion and support of physical activity among cancer survivors. Technical report prepared for the Cancer Society of New Zealand, March.
  • Szwymlek-Gay, E., Richards, R., Egan, R. (2010). Physical activity among cancer survivors: a literature review. Technical Report to Cancer Society of New Zealand. June. (28p).
  • Richards, R., & Darling, H. (2008). Interest in sports among inactive adolescents: an opportunity for public health. Technical report prepared for the Health Sponsorship Council and the Cancer Society of New Zealand. 1 September.
  • Richards, R. (2007). Climate and Physical Activity: A Feasibility Study. A technical report to the Cancer Society of New Zealand. 17 December.
  • Darling, H. (2006). Physical activity and interest questions. A report to the Health Sponsorship Council. March. (6p).
  • Darling, H. (2004). Kids on Bikes Pilot Programme Evaluation. Department of Preventive and Social Medicine: Dunedin.
  • Richards, R., Darling, H., Reeder, A.I. (2004). A discussion document to report and seek feedback on the Preliminary findings from the ‘Sponsorship and Fundraising in New Zealand Schools Study’: Challenges and opportunities. Social and Behavioural Research in Cancer Group, Department of Preventive & Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine, Dunedin, February. (15p + appendices).
  • McGee, R., Ketchel, J. (2003). Pedestrian / bicycle injuries among Dunedin schoolchildren: 1980-2002. A report to the Otago Primary Principal Association, October. (Presented to the Dunedin City Council Planning and Environment Standing Committee as part of the submission “Child safety around Dunedin schools”).
  • Richards, R., Reeder, A.I. (2003). Participation in vigorous physical activity, decisional balance scores and health status among young New Zealand adults. A report to the Cancer Society of New Zealand. Social and Behavioural Research in Cancer Group, Dunedin School of Medicine, September.
  • Richards, R., Reeder, A.I. (2001). Physical activity for cancer prevention. A report prepared for the Cancer Society of New Zealand. Social and Behavioural Research in Cancer Group, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine, August 17. (6p).
  • Richards, R. & Reeder, A.I. (1999). Physical activity: Its measurement and health benefits, and the participation and opinions of young New Zealand adults. (Report) Commissioned by Cancer Society and Hillary Commission. Social and Behavioural Research in Cancer Group, Dunedin.
  • Reeder, A.I., Chalmers, D.J., Begg, D.J., & Langley, J.D. (1997). Participation in physical activity and selected sports, the use of protective practices, and sports injury experience of the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study cohort at age 21 years. A report prepared for the Accident Rehabilitation and Compensation Insurance Corporation, February. Injury Prevention Research Unit, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Otago Medical School, Dunedin. (20p + appendices).

Published proceedings

  • Quigg, R., Doscher, C., Reeder, A., & Gray, A. (2013). Journey or destination: What determines children's physical activity? Proceedings of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) Annual Meeting, (pp. 62). Retrieved from http://www.isbnpa2013.org/

Conference presentations

  • Quigg R, Reeder T, Gray A. (2013). Determining the effect of individual and environmental factors of child physical activity at playgrounds. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) 5th HOPE Meeting, Tokyo, Japan. 26 February to 2 March 2013. (poster).
  • Quigg R, Reeder T, Gray A. (2012). Natural experiments – an effective method for assessing built environment policy impact. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods, Rome, Italy. 14 May.
  • Dawson A, Richards R, Collins C, Reeder AI, Gray A. (2012). Edible gardens in early childhood education settings in Aotearoa/New Zealand. NZ Early Childhood Research Conference, Child Forum; Wellington, NZ. 20 January.
  • Quigg R, Reeder AI, Gray A, Water, D, Holt A. (2011). Too far away to play? Oral presentation at the 2011 Satellite Meeting of the ISBNPA (International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity), Queenstown, NZ. 21-23 June.
  • Liggett L, Parnell W, McGee R, Gray A. (2011). A healthy lifestyle programme: looking through the eyes of the target audience. 2011 Annual Conference of the ISBNPA (International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity), Melbourne, Australia. 15-18 June. (poster)
  • Richards R, Reeder AI. (2011). Arguing for health: advocacy for active transport in New Zealand cities. 2011 Annual Conference of the ISBNPA (International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity). Melbourne, Australia, 17 June.
  • Quigg R, Reeder AI, Waters D, Gray A, Holt A. (2010). Using GPS units to understand physical activity locations. Mobilities Symposium. Towards a movement-driven Social Science in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Otago University, Dunedin, NZ, 15-16 November.
  • Quigg R, Reeder AI, Gray A Waters D, Holt A. (2010). Changes to Children’s Physical Activity After Up-grading Playgrounds. NZ Recreation Association National Conference 2010, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ. 19 October.
  • Quigg R, Reeder AI, Waters D, Gray A, Holt A. (2010). Natural experiments- effective research with real settings. MAI Doctoral Conference Poneke 2010, Victoria University, Wellington, NZ. 18 October.
  • Liggett L, Gray A, Parnell W, McGee R. (2010). Fruit and Vegetable Consumption among Socially Disadvantaged Primary Caregivers and Offerings to their Preschoolers. 2010 Annual Conference of the ISBNPA (International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity), Minneapolis, USA. 9-12 June. (poster)
  • Liggett L, Gray A, McGee R, Parnell W. (2010). Physical Activity Levels among Socially Disadvantaged Primary Caregivers and their Pre-school Children. 2010 Annual Conference of the ISBNPA (International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity), Minneapolis, USA. 9-12 June.(poster)
  • Quigg R, Reeder A, Holt A, Waters D, Gray A. (2010). Changes to Children’s Physical Activity after Up-Grading Public Playgrounds. 3rd International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Toronto, Canada. 5-8 May.
  • Richards R, Amun Q, Murdoch L, Reeder A, Rosenby M. (2010). Advocacy for Active Transport: in NZ Cities. 10th Biennial Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. Fremantle, Western Australia. 14-16 April.
  • Shaw C, Richards R, Reeder AI, Gray A. (2010). Edible gardens in New Zealand schools: practice, potential and politics. 10th Biennial Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. Fremantle, Western Australia. 14-16 April.
  • Richards R, Amun Q, Murdoch L, Reeder A and Rosenby M. (2009). Advocacy for Active Transport: Getting the Health Sector Involved. NZ Cycling Conference 2009, TSB Showplace, New Plymouth, NZ. 12-13 November.
  • Quigg R, Freeman C. (2009). Changing Children’s Lives. Presented at the Be Inspired to get Outside Symposium, The Dunedin Centre, Dunedin, NZ. 5 October.
  • Shaw C, Richards R, Reeder A. (2009). Edible Gardens in New Zealand Schools: A Baseline Survey. Public Health Association Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ. 1-4 September.
  • Quigg R, Gray A, Holt A, Reeder A, Waters D (2009). Children’s Physical Activity and Territorial Authority Playgrounds. Public Health Association Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ. 1-4 September.
  • Quigg R, Gray A, Holt A, Reeder AI, Waters D. (2009). Predictors of Children’s Physical Activity at Territorial Authority Playgrounds. Presented at the AEA Annual Scientific Meeting, August 2009, Otago University, Dunedin, NZ, Australian Epidemiologist, 2009; 16(2): 21.
  • Liggett L, McKenzie Y, Willis N, Dunn K. (2009). What’s in it for me and my clients: An insight into using agencies to recruit participants. Agencies for Nutrition Action Conference 2009, Te Papa, Wellington, NZ, 25-27 May.
  • Richards R. Rosenby M. Murdoch L. (2009). Advocacy for walking and cycling in New Zealand cities. Agencies for Nutrition Action Conference 2009, Te Papa, Wellington, NZ, 25th-27th May.
  • Quigg R, Gray A, Reeder AI, Waters, D, Holt A. (2009). Playgrounds and Children's Physical Activity. 6th Active Living Research Annual Conference, The US Grant Hotel, San Diego, California, USA, 18-20 February. (poster).
  • Richards R, Rosenby M. (2008). Advocacy for cycling and walking in New Zealand. Physical Impact: Supportive Environments for Physical Activity and Nutrition Symposium. Invited presentation. Wellington, NZ, 5 November.
  • Quigg R, Reeder AI, Waters D, Gray A, Holt A. (2008). Do parental neighbourhood perceptions predict objectively measured children’s physical activity in New Zealand? HEHA Research Evaluation Monitoring Conference, Wellington, NZ, 3 November.
  • Liggett L, Thurlow S, McKenzie Y, Willis N, Dunn K. (2008). Habits for life: A practical insight into the trials and tribulations of designing and evaluating a healthy lifestyle programme. Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association 2008 Conference, Rotorua, 15 July.
  • Liggett L, McGee R, Parnell W, Gray A, Thurlow S, McKenzie Y. (2008). Habits for life: Designing a practical programme for caregivers of the next generation. Population Health Congress 2008 Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 9 July. (poster)
  • Liggett L, McGee R, Parnell W, Gray A, McKenzie Y. (2008). Validation of NL-1000 pedometer in pre-school children. Population Health Congress 2008 Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 9 July.
  • Quigg R, Reeder AI, Waters D, Gray A, Holt A. (2008). Pace and Place: Using Accelerometers and GPS Units to Measure Children's Physical Activity. NZ Geographical Society 24th Conference, Wellington, NZ, 2-5 July.
  • Richards R, Reeder AI, Poulton R, Williams S. (2005). Predictors of patterns of physical inactivity among New Zealand adolescents. Presented at: Fifth National Physical Activity Conference, Melbourne, October.
  • Richards R, Reeder AI, Poulton R, Williams S. (2005). Predictors of patterns of physical activity among New Zealand adolescents. Presented at: Kawea ake te wero – Call to action, National Nutrition and Physical Activity Public Health Conference, Christchurch, May.
  • Richards R, Williams SM, Reeder AI, Poulton R. (2003). Participation in club sport among a New Zealand birth cohort from ages 7-21 years. Verbal presentation at the National Physical Activity Conference 2003: Active living - all together better! Fremantle, WA. November.
  • Richards R, Reeder AI, Poulton R. (2002). Tracking sport participation among a New Zealand birth cohort from ages 7 to 21 years. Presented at: First Australasian Nutrition, Physical Activity and Cancer Conference, 24-26 June, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre Darling Harbour, NSW, Australia.
  • Mainvil LA, Horwath CC, McKenzie J & Reeder AI. (2002). Validated scales of perceived benefits and barriers to eating fruit and vegetables. Poster presented at: The 10th Food Choice Conference, Amsterdam.
  • Richards R, Reeder AI. (2000). Physical activity levels in a cohort of young New Zealand adults. In International Journal of Behavioral Medicine: Abstracts. Sixth International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Brisbane, November. 7(supplement 1):152.
  • Reeder AI, Chalmers DJ, Begg DJ, Langley JD. (1998). Protective sports practices among young adults: The New Zealand experience. Presented at: Fourth World Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, RAI, Amsterdam, 17-20 May.

Workshop presentations

  • Richards, R., Laufiso, M. & Tekii, M. (2014). Brockville Community Development Project. Tuhono Tuara Māori Public Health Workshop, Murihiku Marae, Bluff, New Zealand. May.
  • Shaw, C. (2009). Edible Gardens in New Zealand Schools. Cancer Society Health Promotion Workshop, Wellington, NZ. 16 October.
  • Quigg R. (2009). Changing Children’s Lives. Presented at the Be Inspired to get Outside Symposium, The Dunedin Centre, Dunedin, NZ. 5 October.
  • Richards R. (2008). Advocacy for walking and cycling. Presented at the CSNZ Health Promoters National Hui in New Plymouth, 22 October.
  • Richards R, Reeder AI, Poulton R, Williams S. (2008). Childhood factors and physical activity in adulthood. Presented at Cancer Society PANOG meeting, Wellington Airport, 12 August.
  • Richards R, Hancox B, Williams S, McGee R. (2008). You'll get square eyes... TV, computers and gaming during adolescence. Presented at Cancer Society PANOG meeting, Wellington Airport, 12 August.
  • Richards R, Reeder AI, Poulton R, Williams S. (2007). Childhood antecedents of physical activity in adolescence and adulthood. Presented at: New Zealand Recreation Association: Otago/Southland Branch AGM, Dunedin. 10 October.
  • Richards R, Reeder AI, Poulton R, Williams S. (2007). Physical activity: a longitudinal perspective. Presented to SPARC Active Movement Professional Development Workshop, Dunedin. 15 August.
  • Darling H, Richards R and Thomson D. (2003). Kids on Bikes. A community intervention to promote safe physical activity. Cancer Society Health Promotion Workshop, Dunedin, November.

Public seminars and lectures

  • Quigg R, Gray A, Reeder AI, Holt A, Waters D. (2009). Does Up-Grading Playgrounds Increase Children’s Physical Activity. Student research seminar, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago. 22 October.
  • Shaw C. (2009). Edible Gardens in New Zealand Schools. Student research seminar, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago. 7 May.
  • Quigg R. (2009). Development and Implementation of a Parent/ Caregiver Questionnaire. Lecture given to HASC411, Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Otago. 4 May.
  • Richards R. (2009). Physical Activity and Health. Lecture given to 5th year Medical Student Course: Public Health Attachment, Preventive and Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago. 21 April.
  • Quigg R. (2008). Pace and place: Using accelerometers and GPS units to measure children’s physical activity. Student research seminar, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine. 1 July.
  • Hartshorn K, Richards R. (2008). Two Go Translating: The adventures of two early career researchers in the real world. Presented at the Public Health Research Meeting, Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Otago, 22 May.
  • Liggett L. (2008). Habits for Life: Practical programme for caregivers of the next generation. Student research seminar, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine. 20 May.
  • Richards R. (2007). Translational research: a case study of tracking of physical activity - from statistics to sound-bite. Presented to Department of Preventive and Social Medicine/Public Health Association, Dunedin. 6 October.
  • Richards R. (2007). Creating supportive environments for physical activity. Presented to HEAL 202 class, University of Otago. 26 September.
  • Quigg R. (2007). Children’s activity in their local environment. Presented to PUBH 703 class, University of Otago, Dunedin. 24 September.
  • Richards R. (2007). Translational research: a case study of tracking of physical activity - from statistics to sound-bite. Presented to Department of Human Nutrition, Dunedin. 23 September.
  • Henry-McLeod G, Latner J, Johnston L, Gray A. (2007). Weight maintenance and the Relapse Prevention Model. Seminar for Department of Human Nutrition, August.
  • Quigg R. (2007). Children's activity in their local environment: An explanation of the study design. Student research seminar, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine. 27 March.
  • Richards R, Reeder AI and Poulton R. (2003). Longitudinal patterns and tracking of sport participation from childhood to early adulthood. Student research seminar, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Dunedin School of Medicine. May 8.

Professional publications

  • Quigg, R., Reeder, A. I., Gray, A., Waters, D., & Holt, A. (2013). Using GPS units and accelerometers to evaluate the effect of playground upgrades on the amount of child physical activity. Australasian Parks and Leisure, 16(1), 21-26.

Submissions to government agencies

  • McGee, R. (2003). Child safety around Dunedin schools. Submission to the Dunedin City Council Planning and Environment Standing Committee. On behalf of Mornington Area Cluster Schools and Otago Primary Principal Association, November.
  • Bragg C and McGee R. (2002). Draft Dunedin Pedestrian Strategy. Submission to the Dunedin City Council on behalf of the Mornington Primary School and Board of Trustees, Dunedin, December.
  • Richards R. (2002). Towards an integrated approach to physical activity, nutrition and healthy weight for New Zealand. Submission to Health Eating- Healthy Action (HEHA) Strategy, March.
  • Richards R and Reeder AI. (2001). Submission of the Social and Behavioural Research in Cancer Group to the Government Administration Committee regarding the Recreational and Sport Agency Bill. August.
  • Richards R and Reeder AI. (2001). Pedestrian strategy. Submission to the Dunedin City Council Draft Annual Plan 2001/2002. April.
  • Kypri K and Richards R. (2000). A road safety strategy. 2010 submission: walking and cycling. Submission to Land Transport Safety Authority, December.
  • Reeder AI and Richards R. (2000). New Zealand guidelines for physical activity. Submission to Project Officer, Active Living, The Hillary Commission for Sport, Fitness and Leisure, February.

Media releases

  • Collins, C. (2015). Edible gardens in New Zealand schools providing food for thought, Otago University media release, 24 March.