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Cruel punishment

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Kris Jenner hospitalised

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Kiwi short film heads to Cannes

Amie Bentall A 15-minute movie made by an NZ pair will screen at the prestigious Cannes International Film Festival.

X-Men director accused

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Heavenly Creatures 20 years on

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The Chuck D of Palestinian rap

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Lorde meets Royals muse

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Young 'suffering dementia'

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Please put your clothes on

Lena Dunham “She would show her bum to a dead bird.” This is my dad's description of any hot chick willing to disrobe on camera.

DVD review: The Rise and Fall of The Clash

The Clash were not all about petty in-fighting and squabbling. This documentary makes it seem like they were.

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A trip down memory lane

Jarred Christmas reminisces about those heady days when Georgie Pie still had its own stores and Michael J Fox was working in Lyttelton.

What our kids are reading

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Do you know Kiwi kids books?

Show us that you know your Kiwi kids books and be in to win a fantastic prize.

Book infatuations

Donna Tartt wins fiction Pulitzer

Fast and furious

Witty, ebullient and razor-sharp, Tim Wilson's satire News Pigs is on target.

Review: Yo La Tengo

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Review: Kelemen Quartet

They've only been together three years, but the Kelemen Quartet were remarkably assured in the final music event of the NZ Festival.

Review: Frente Cumbiero

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Review: Neko Case

Neko Case impressed again at the James Cabaret, with her soaring voice and wide range of material.

Council funds punk art

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Kiwis to get arty in Edinburgh

The largest contingent of New Zealand artists in history will take part in seven festivals in Edinburgh in August.

A career clown's opus

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Saying it with mime

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