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The Auckland Philharmonia navigated its variegated programme with their usual aplomb, writes Takeshi Ito.
These are women's stories, by women, for women. And they might change your life.
The sooner we recognize that ISIS is fighting for power, not piety, the quicker we can find a path to peace.
After Tania Carmichael's daughter helped families in need, her family was encouraged to give back.
If our militaries have become useless against terrorism, it is time to restructure.
They're on top for now, but do Leicester City have what it takes to win the EPL?
In this sad and reflective time, a tribute to two great All Blacks seems fitting.
Nina Simone aspired to be a classical pianist but this turned into a tragedy.
Jonah from Tonga was a thoroughly thought provoking show and quite poignant at some moments
Bloodline delves into the extent family ties can remain strong in the face of overwhelming strain.
He always seemed humble, respectful and had time for the little people.
"I was totally in awe of this giant... just as much by his grace and kindness and strength off the field."
He was the greatest of them all and no player will ever match the same way Jonah carried himself on the field.
"She wasn't someone I'd ever met in person... but she had shared a lot of herself with me, and I with her."
He's made himself vulnerable and given us real insight into his fears.
I cannot imagine what it must have taken for these women to stand up and speak their truth in this way.
Good things come to those who wait and patience paid off when it came to getting these great shots.
Daniel Hirst wasn't an immediate fan of Narcos, but puts that down to the 1980's being a hard sell.
The English should quit using Sam Burgess as a scapegoat and address their own issues, writes Ben Freeman-Catley.
"If you told me 11 years ago I would be coaching runners to achieve long distance goals I would have guffawed."