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Chelsie Preston Crayford: Act natural

Greg Dixon talks to Kiwi actress Chelsie Preston Crayford about her bohemian childhood and why she resisted going into showbiz. CHelsie Preston Crayford says she was 'tricked' by her parents into moving to a more arts-driven school. Photo / ... New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago

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Hockey: Kiwis part of Hockey India League win (Newstalk ZB)

Black Sticks pair Simon Child and Steve Edwards have been a part of the title-winning Delhi Waveriders side that's won the Hockey India League. Delhi's beaten Punjab 3-1 on penalties after the two sides finished on 3-3 at the end
 Yahoo!Xtra1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Sacrificing the safety of our most vulnerable

Your editorial (''Child protection crisis demands action now'', 15/3) correctly points out that the crisis in child protection is not an outcome of specific current or recent government failures, but rather the result of decades of chronic ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago

One out of the Matchbox

The first Script to Screen Writer's Room for 2014 featured kiwi-born producer Helen Bowden ( The Slap ) in conversation with producer Philippa Campbell ( Top of the Lake ). Helen spoke about her experiences developing and making high-end ...
 The Big Idea4 weeks ago

Wellington Weet-Bix TRY sold out

The Wellington Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon has sold out with a whopping 2,000 Wellington children gearing up to tackle the event on 23 March, 2014. Registrations are now closed and there will be no on the day registrations for the event ...
 Yahoo!Xtra4 weeks ago Wellington Weet-Bix TRY sold out (Fuseworks)  Yahoo!Xtra4 weeks ago
Stuff.co.nz

Healing our dark heart

DAVID WHITE/Fairfax NZ RIDING HIGH: Te Ataahia Lambert, 9, is at home on her horse, Creamy, in the Te Urewera village of Tuai in Tuhoe country. A historic and unique Treaty settlement with Ngai Tuhoe has laid out the blueprint for ...
 Stuff.co.nz4 days ago
Dominion Post

Healing our dark heart

In Encircled Lands, a history of Tuhoe's experience of colonisation, the late historian Dame Judith Binney writes of the brutal treatment of Tuhoe by Government troops who burnt homes and crops, causing starvation and death. Peace came in 1872 and ...
 Dominion Post4 days ago

Entertainment industry left reeling over Peaches Geldof's death

The entertainment industry has turned to social media today to express their sadness over the death of Peaches Geldof. Peaches' father, musician and concert organiser Bob Geldof, released an anguished family statement today, revealing that his ...
 ONE News1 week ago

Supershorts: It's just like the Oscars - kind of

Former Kiwis coach Gary Kemble. A tip for organisers - if you're going to have a "celebrity" event, you better make sure you have some celebrities lined up. Sunday's running of the Queen St Mile (QSM) will be preceded by a "celebrity" race. We ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago

USA v New Zealand Battle Looms in Queen Street Golden Mile

The Queen Street Golden Mile takes place this Sunday as part of the Barfoot & Thompson ITU World Triathlon Auckland with the elite races supported by age group Mile options and a Celebrity Queen Street Mile. John Walker (NZ) ran it in 3.33.93, ...
 Scoop2 weeks ago
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