Duncan Greive: Faith, hope & Kimbra

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By Duncan Greive in Music

She was a crucial part of Grammy-winning hit Somebody That I Used to Know. Now the talented Kiwi is seeking solo success in LA.

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Deface of the campaign

By Toby Manhire

Feature/ The Internaut

Gigglology: seeking the meaning of laughter

By Toby Manhire

Current Affairs

Deface of the campaign

By Toby Manhire

Election season means billboard vandalism - or, to some, enhancement - season.


Gigglology: seeking the meaning of laughter

By Toby Manhire

The subject of laughter has generated a "truly daunting" scale of writing.


Beneath the surface

By Karl du Fresne

The controversy swirling around Lake Horowhenua – the polluted “lake of shame” – continues as a documentary on the subject is pulled from Maori


Dale Williams: Bus stop

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By Dale Williams

Dale Williams’ roundup of international non-fiction.


Michael Cooper: Out of the shadow

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By Michael Cooper

Hawke’s Bay merlot is worthy of close inspection.

TV & Entertainment


On at the movies: August 9, 2014

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By David Larsen

David Larsen reviews Palo Alto, plus films now showing.


Caption competition 88

Try your hand at this week's caption competition.


Michael Leunig: The heart of the matter

By Diana Wichtel

Cartoonists speak “for the other lot”, says Michael Leunig, a living treasure and equal-opportunity pain in the arse.

The Influentials

Influentials: Events that defined a nation

By The Listener

We look back at key moments in New Zealand history.

From Our Archive

Whittaker's: Brand of brothers

By Ruth Laugesen

Andrew and Brian Whittaker are on track to overtake Cadbury as the country’s biggest chocolate sellers. Ruth Laugesen looks at how they’ve done it.


August 9, 2014

COVER STORY: Faith, hope & Kimbra.

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