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The grand old lady of the Royal New Zealand Air Force, North American Harvard NZ1015, has had a makeover taking her back to her original glory in time for this weekend’s Air…
02.22 / 03:34
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Manu Vaea, Pati Solomona Tyrell, Sione Monu WITCH BITCH presents Statuesque Anarchy 10 March – April 1, 2017 Curated by Tanu Gago Opening: Thursday March 9, 5:30pm Artist Panel Discussion: Saturday 11 March, 2pm Performance Showcase: Saturday 11…
02.22 / 03:12
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This year for the first time in Stopping Violence Dunedin’s 31-year history, we will be part of the Dunedin Fringe Festival. This is an excellent opportunity for our organisation to bring the issues of family violence in the community to the general…
02.22 / 03:12
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The Dunedin Fringe Festival has today confirmed the cancellation of two events that were originally included in its 2017 programme- Riding in Cars with (Mostly Straight) Boys , and Maya & Torakiti , the street-performing ‘ninjya cats’. No performances…
02.22 / 02:50
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Multi-award winning New Zealand playwright, Dave Armstrong, offers a contemporary take on one of the nation’s formative historical events in the premiere of Anzac Eve , playing 31 March – 5 April at Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre. This highly entertaining…
02.22 / 02:50
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Dunedin Businesses are lining up to take a swing at education! Twenty-four teams of four are taking part in The Otago Polytechnic Education Golf Open this Friday. The tournament raises money for the Otago Polytechnic Education Foundation which…
02.22 / 02:50
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Artist Jessica Shaw is hand painting 78 spiritual images to create the Circle of Wolves Tarot deck. She spoke to reporter Taryn Utiger about consecrating the paper and painting with moon w…
02.22 / 02:21
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When Lauren Ashton gets on stage the former ballet dancer becomes "terrifying and…
02.22 / 01:35
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Photographer Jim Tannock and writer Helen Simpson have combined to celebrate one of Marlborough's most iconic vineyards. David James gets a new appreciation of the awe-inspiring…
02.22 / 01:35
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For the 20th year in a row, a medley of multicultural performances will take to the PumpHouse stage to celebrate Auckland's diverse …
02.22 / 00:46
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Martin Scorsese's latest film Silence is based on a book by the Japanese author Shusaku Endo. How does the adaptation compare to the…
02.22 / 00:31
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Iranian asylum seeker and cartoonist Eaten Fish, who is currently being held in immigration detention on Manus Island, ends his 19 day hunger…
02.22 / 00:31
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For more than 20 years, the Australian artist TextaQueen has used the humble felt-tipped pen to create her playful artworks about race, gender, sexuality and…
02.22 / 00:31
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Richard Begbie is an Australian author and farmer. His book tells the story of an Irishman named Garrett Cotter who arrives in Sydney as a convict and forms an unlikely friendship with an Aboriginal…
02.22 / 00:31
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Jacob Bale believes he is the greatest actor and rapper the world's ever…
02.22 / 00:24
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Gender stereotyping for musical instruments is a real issue, with boys encouraged to take up brass instruments, while girls are pushed at an early age towards flutes, harps and…
02.21 / 23:39
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RN Breakfast's resident TV critic Dan Barrett joins Fran…
02.21 / 23:39
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FEBRUARY 22, 2017: Wellington motorcycle hero Shane Richardson has a solid points lead in the chase for national 600cc Supersport honours, but he's taking nothing for granted as he prepares for the second half of the New Zealand road-racing…
02.21 / 23:08
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A quarter life crisis and the best years of your life may in fact be the same…
02.21 / 22:39
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Entries are up for the NZ Antique & Classic Boatshow at Lake Rotoiti in the Nelson Lakes National Park next weekend (March 4 and 5); and organiser Pete Rainey says this year the vintage boats are being towed from further afield by their enthusiastic…
02.21 / 22:21
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