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A new film project about the Bali 9 leaders hopes to take the campaign against the death penalty…
04.26 / 08:33
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New Zealanders are looking forward to forging friendships over competition as World Masters Games 2017 kicks off this week, according to survey results released today by Colmar…
04.26 / 05:46
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Design student unites art community to help refugee girls’ education A 19-year old graphic design student has persuaded a wide mix of up-and-coming artists to donate their work to raising funds for girls’ education in places where this basic human…
04.26 / 05:10
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Kiwi Ferns Head Coach Tony Benson has named his squad for next week’s ANZAC Test against the Jillaroos at Canberra’s GIO…
04.26 / 05:10
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Public art programme Letting Space announces its first international residency, hosting Lebanese architect and artist collaborators Rana Haddad and Pascal Hachem. The pair have recently arrived in Wellington City where they will be resident until mid…
04.26 / 05:10
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Hyundai rally driver David Holder and co-driver Jason Farmer aim to continue their good form in Whangarei as they tackle the second of their New Zealand Rally Championship appearances in the Hyundai i20 AP4+ rally…
04.26 / 04:53
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WBO Heavyweight champion Joseph Parker is pleased his three month training camp is not all in vain following the announcement today that he will face Razvan ‘Big Foot’ Cojanu next Saturday…
04.26 / 03:19
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MediaWorks are pleased to announce the return of Three’s The Bachelor New Zealand: Women Tell All , thanks to Colgate Optic White, with tickets to the live event on May 21 on sale from today at…
04.26 / 03:19
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Hybrid Rose proudly presents to you COSMIC, her debut album. COSMIC isn't merely a sonic, but a multimedia experience that combines visual and interactive aesthetics with exuberant, conscious…
04.26 / 03:00
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For the final four nights of World Masters Games 2017, SKYCITY will light the Sky Tower in a dynamic pink and blue pattern to back the 25,000 athletes taking…
04.26 / 02:40
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New Zealanders will help address needs in neighbourhoods across the country, when they vote in Z Energy’s Good in the Hood this…
04.26 / 02:40
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In a career spanning almost 50 years, Mike Cooper has been many things – a folk-blues guitarist, singer-songwriter, visual artist, filmmaker, music journalist and a prolific collector of Hawaiian s…
04.26 / 01:43
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What do you get when you mix a bunch of blokes with the ancient tradition of Georgian polyphonic…
04.26 / 01:43
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The latest work from The Rabble, who are known for their feminist, experimental theatre, investigates the historic figure of Joan of…
04.26 / 00:46
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American author Kayla Rae Whittaker reveals an animated Top…
04.26 / 00:46
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A new collection of stories from the great American author show him in a new light; the flappers and the champagne are gone, and in their place are dark stories of war, sex and…
04.26 / 00:46
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What do you get when you mix a bunch of blokes with the ancient tradition of Georgian polyphonic…
04.26 / 00:46
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Wanaka: Possibly the best line up ever outside the United States of classic Packard motor vehicles will be on display at next year’s Warbirds Over Wanaka International…
04.26 / 00:45
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As digital technologies shift and evolve, they open up new and increasingly complex interfaces with notions of identity and embodiment. In this way, the design language of media such as spam ad banners, laptop track pads and voice assistants like Siri…
04.26 / 00:45
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Auckland Grandmother Charlotte Nasey loves to run, so much so that this incredible 66-year-old is fast approaching 200 marathons as she aims up at completing at least one on each of the seven continents, with next month’s Air New Zealand Hawke’s…
04.26 / 00:24
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