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Tuesday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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Indian actors still in a Pickle

Indian Ink co-founder Jacob Rajan is celebrating two decades of innovative theatre.

"If you are Indian, yeah you could be flavour of the month on Shortland St, for about a month, but after that what do you do?"

A 250km canoe odyssey

Noel Woods with the waka, Te Aniwaniwa.

Noel Woods has returned from Canada after representing his iwi and Toi Maori in a waterborne cultural exchange.

Monday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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Highlighting a not-so-sweet subject

Jasmine Togo-Brisby's Bitter Sweet 2013 - 2015 is a sculpture made up of a pile of skulls cast in unrefined sugar.

A sculpture cast from unrefined sugar is a Wellington-based artist's way of telling her family's history in the sugar-slave trade.

Saturday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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In The Wars innovative and captivating

Juliet O'Brien's solo show is an engaging and animated attempt to look at wars from a different perspective.

REVIEW: Juliet O'Brien's solo show is an engaging and animated attempt to look at wars from a different perspective.

NZ Fashion Week's youngest designer

Jayda Fairweather-Ponga's design is a bodysuit with tulle skirt, inspired by a phoenix.

Eleven-year-old hopes her stint at Fashion Week is just the beginning.

Friday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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RNZB puts on sumptuous show

Madeleine Graham and Joseph Skelton play the eponymous star-crossed lovers in the Royal New Zealand Ballet's Romeo and ...

REVIEW: Choreographer Francesco Ventriglia can be justifiably proud of this sweeping achievement.

crossword solutions

Tuesday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

Find the solutions to The Dominion Post's backpage puzzle here.

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