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Remaining X-Factor judges named

Kiwi Willy Moon and his wife Natalia Kills

It's going to be a family affair, with Kiwi-born Willy Moon and his wife Natalia Kills on the judging panel.

Two X Factor judges revealed for second season 'X Factor' hopefuls prove noteworthy

Why JLaw split from Chris Martin

Gwyneth Paltrow apparently "wasn't surprised" Chris Martin and Jennifer Lawrence broke up.

Neilsons win Silver Scroll

Canadian sister and brother win NZ's prestigious song-writing prize with a blues ballad.

Radcliffe's dope rapping skills

Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe earns serious street cred with his live rap performance.

Au revoir to Minuit

Nelson band Minuit is bidding au revoir after 15 years but they aren't leaving without saying goodbye.

Food, glorious food

hottest home baker 2013 When it comes to television, food programmes are part of our staple diet these days.

Hangover finishes with spark

Not since To Kill a Mockingbird has a title so inaccurately described something.

All Black comes to town

My new Fijian world

Party may give you a hangover

spring break Locking up your daughters is futile - they'll find a way to break free.

Iron-clad sense of the silly

Has Tony Stark lost his mind?

The Troubles they've seen

Identity crisis robs film

Step into darkness

Boldly speaking, we have been here before.

Boxing scrapbook full of memorabilia

boxing New Zealand has only ever had one world boxing champion born on its shores and that was back in 1890 when "Torpedo" Billy Murphy knocked out the "Belfast Spider" Ike Weir.

Book captures rugby history

A celebration of more than 80 years of rugby matches in a long-standing rivalry between two local schools.

Perfectly naughty

Back to winning formula

Superbly updated guide

This is a stylish, heavily illustrated book, chock-full of information about Timaru's history.

Don't bet house on iPad future

ipad Geraldine High School year 11 pupil Anneke Vogel looks at the trend of schools using iPads.

Pupils prepared for intrepid journey

Eating guinea pigs, fishing for piranhas and holding an anaconda is what Connor Inkster-Robinson and Oliver Reid are most looking forward to on their school trip to Peru these holidays.

Where people smile lots, judge less

Why do Kiwis eat icecream in winter?

Save adoration for real heroes

Are celebrities really as amazing as we think? Geraldine High School year 11 English class pupil Phoebe Bates asks.

Our own violence and sex

harry At last, a New Zealand television drama series that is well worth watching.

Friendships sealed with dodgy deals

Watching Border Security (TV One Mondays, 7.30pm) can be so reassuring.

More tears to come

Flight of fancy falls flat

Favourites back on screen

At one o'clock last Monday, I got excited.

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