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The Irish Times
Surrounded by beautiful things for 30 years: James O’Halloran, furniture and fine art expert “I have the kind of taste I can’t afford.” James O’Halloran of Adam’s fine a
Surrounded by beautiful things for 30 years: James O’Halloran, furniture and fine art expert
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
“I have the kind of taste I can’t afford.” James O’Halloran of Adam’s fine art auctioneers: “When I get into a house to do an insurance valuation, it is... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Families Call for Parental Notification LawsThursday, 27 August 2015, 9:18 amPress Release: Family First 27 August 2015Fami
Families Call for Parental Notification Laws
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Thursday, 27 August 2015, 9:18 amPress Release: Family First 27 August 2015Family First NZ is calling on politicians to reflect the concerns and wishes of... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Ardern described as 'pretty little thing'Paul Henry on his TV3 show this morning asked Lowe what he thought about the La
Ardern described as 'pretty little thing'
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
Paul Henry on his TV3 show this morning asked Lowe what he thought about the Labour MP's surge as preferred Prime Minister in the New Zealand Herald's latest DigiPoll. He asked him if he thought, in the future, "we would be talking about" Ms Ardern... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Mark Hucke: I'm nearly 40! I can write! I'm bald!In the late 90's I left a junior job in the white hot sepulchre of Kiwi commerc
Mark Hucke: I'm nearly 40! I can write! I'm bald!
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
In the late 90's I left a junior job in the white hot sepulchre of Kiwi commercial radio for an equally junior job writing about tech and telecoms for the Dominion. Then, in late '98, I got drunk with a mate from the territorials and we decided to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Burdett case: TV3 happy to cooperate with policeTV3 has said this afternoon that it is happy to cooperate with police over new
Burdett case: TV3 happy to cooperate with police
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
TV3 has said this afternoon that it is happy to cooperate with police over new information released last night regarding the unsolved murder of Susan Burdett. The network's Sunday night current affairs programme 3D Investigates featured a new... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Rewa was in Burdett driveway: witnessSusan Burdett was raped and murdered in her Papatoetoe home in Auckland in 1992
Rewa was in Burdett driveway: witness
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
Susan Burdett was raped and murdered in her Papatoetoe home in Auckland in 1992. A former neighbour told TV3's 3D Investigates last night that she saw Rewa sitting alone in his truck, which was parked in Ms Burdett's driveway. It is the first time... Read more
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NZCity
No treaty claim lodged for Auckland: PMPrime Minister John Key says it appears the Kingitanga movement did not lodge a
No treaty claim lodged for Auckland: PM
NZCity / Posted 4 days ago
Prime Minister John Key says it appears the Kingitanga movement did not lodge a claim for parts of Auckland by the 2008 deadline. Waikato-based Maori King Tuheitia told those gathered at Ngaruawahia's Turangawaewae Marae on Friday, including Mr Key,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Economist drops F-bomb on morning televisionAn economist has caused quite a stir after he dropped the 'f-bomb' on televisio
Economist drops F-bomb on morning television
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
An economist has caused quite a stir after he dropped the 'f-bomb' on television this morning. Economist Shamubeel Eaqub was speaking about immigration policy on TVNZ's Q+A programme when he let the word slip. "You know, you've got to have a bit of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The secret diary of ... Winston vs Hosking"National Party stooge" Mike Hosking and "grumpy, bored" Winston Peters. Photos
The secret diary of ... Winston vs Hosking
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
"National Party stooge" Mike Hosking and "grumpy, bored" Winston Peters. Photos / Jason Oxenham, Peter de Graaf Steven Joyce I've never seen Mike like this before. He puts up a facade of a sour, heartless and rather pathetic little brute who seems... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Parties back Richie McCaw as possible MPIf Richie McCaw turns his hand to politics after hanging up his rugby boots, a
Parties back Richie McCaw as possible MP
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
If Richie McCaw turns his hand to politics after hanging up his rugby boots, a few political parties will be lining up to take him on. Several leaders expressed at least some interest in having the All Black captain as a candidate yesterday, though... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Parties back Richie McCaw as possible MPAll Blacks captain Richie McCaw says goodbye to Eden Park fans. Photo / Brett P
Parties back Richie McCaw as possible MP
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
All Blacks captain Richie McCaw says goodbye to Eden Park fans. Photo / Brett Phibbs If Richie McCaw turns his hand to politics after hanging up his rugby boots, a few political parties will be lining up to take him on. Several leaders expressed at... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Richie as PM? John Key serious about getting McCaw into politicsIt might not be too long until we can call the All Blacks captain Sir Richie Mc
Richie as PM? John Key serious about getting McCaw into politics
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
It might not be too long until we can call the All Blacks captain Sir Richie McCaw. Prime Minister John Key has this morning confirmed the record-breaking loose forward will receive another offer of a knighthood. McCaw previously turned down the... Read more
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SportsFan
Sir Richie McCaw on the cards Photo Source: PAA New calls are being made for a knighthood for All Blacks c
Sir Richie McCaw on the cards
SportsFan / Posted 11 days ago
Photo Source: PAA New calls are being made for a knighthood for All Blacks captain Richie McCaw. McCaw was offered a knighthood in 2011 after he led the team to their World Cup victory, but turned it down saying it... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Knighthood this time for Richie?Richie McCaw celebrates the win at Eden Park on Saturday. Photo: Reuters McCaw
Knighthood this time for Richie?
Otago Daily Times / Posted 11 days ago
Richie McCaw celebrates the win at Eden Park on Saturday. Photo: Reuters McCaw has previously turned down the chance after the All Blacks won the Rugby World Cup in Auckland in 2011. John Key told TV3's Paul Henry Show this morning he would get... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Arise Sir Richie - John Key confirms knighthood offer for All Blacks captainIt might not be too long until we can call the All Blacks captain Sir Richie Mc
Arise Sir Richie - John Key confirms knighthood offer for All Blacks captain
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
It might not be too long until we can call the All Blacks captain Sir Richie McCaw. Prime Minister John Key has this morning confirmed the record-breaking loose forward will receive another offer of a knighthood. McCaw previously turned down the... Read more
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NZCity
Govt firm on TPP despite protestsAny issues with the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement are manageable and over
Govt firm on TPP despite protests
NZCity / Posted 11 days ago
Any issues with the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement are manageable and overall it's good for the country, Prime Minister John Key says. More than 25,000 people turned out to 21 centres around the country on Saturday to protest the proposed deal,... Read more
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The Irish Times
TV Review: Young, Free and Single less sexy than Louboutin On the tedium-o-meter, I’d put it after looking at pictures of other people’s
TV Review: Young, Free and Single less sexy than Louboutin
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
On the tedium-o-meter, I’d put it after looking at pictures of other people’s children on Facebook This week is the perfect time to launch a new dating show, given that Vanity Fair has just... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Future uncertain for TV3 hosts - Television IndustryNews presenters Hilary Barry and Mike McRoberts will be next to come under TV3'
Future uncertain for TV3 hosts - Television Industry
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
News presenters Hilary Barry and Mike McRoberts will be next to come under TV3's scrutiny. Photo / Supplied Hilary Barry and Mike McRoberts may no longer be the faces of 3 News when a major revamp takes place later this year. TV3 Head of News Mark... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Future uncertain for TV3 hostsNews presenters Hilary Barry and Mike McRoberts will be next to come under TV3'
Future uncertain for TV3 hosts
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
News presenters Hilary Barry and Mike McRoberts will be next to come under TV3's scrutiny. Photo / Supplied Hilary Barry and Mike McRoberts may no longer be the faces of 3 News when a major revamp takes place later this year. TV3 Head of News Mark... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Big Read: Ratings warsWhat do daylight saving, Paul Henry and Home and Away have in common? They all
The Big Read: Ratings wars
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
What do daylight saving, Paul Henry and Home and Away have in common? They all have the ability to make us tune in or tune out; to make or break a network's ratings. Data compiled by Nielsen Research, showing the average monthly audience across... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Liquor laws to be changed for RWCMr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about dr
Liquor laws to be changed for RWC
Otago Daily Times / Posted 16 days ago
Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about drafting a bill which would allow all bars to open outside of normal hours for some of the tournament's matches. The bill would have a short consultation period to allow... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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Queensland Times
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
Queensland Times / Posted 16 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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News Mail
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
News Mail / Posted 16 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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Daily Examiner
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
Daily Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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Northern Star
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
Northern Star / Posted 16 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupTHE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to st
NZ Prime Minister changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
The Daily Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
THE New Zealand Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bar's open: John Key changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupThe Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for
Bar's open: John Key changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
The Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime Minister John Key has confirmed. Mr Key said this morning he had spoken with Justice Minister Amy Adams about drafting a bill... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
White men in charge of the message?Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has
White men in charge of the message?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has raised a lot of important questions about power, politics and the media. But her “identity politics” arguments have not gone unchallenged. L-R: Duncan Garner, John... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
White men in charge of the message?Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has
White men in charge of the message?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has raised a lot of important questions about power, politics and the media. But her “identity politics” arguments have not gone unchallenged. L-R: Duncan Garner, John... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bar's open: John Key changes liquor laws for Rugby World CupThe Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for
Bar's open: John Key changes liquor laws for Rugby World Cup
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
The Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games: Key. The Government will urgently change liquor laws to allow pubs to stay open for early morning Rugby World Cup games, Prime... Read more
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Herald Sun
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World CupNEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World Cup
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
NEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at allowing all bars to stay open late and show All Blacks games during the Rugby World Cup. THE time zone difference with England means most games will screen in New... Read more
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Weekly Times
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World CupNEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World Cup
Weekly Times / Posted 16 days ago
NEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at allowing all bars to stay open late and show All Blacks games during the Rugby World Cup. THE time zone difference with England means most games will screen in New... Read more
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News.com.au
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World CupBreaking News NEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is ser
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World Cup
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
Breaking News NEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at allowing all bars to stay open late and show All Blacks games during the Rugby World Cup. THE time zone... Read more
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Perth Now
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World CupNEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World Cup
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
NEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at allowing all bars to stay open late and show All Blacks games during the Rugby World Cup. THE time zone difference with England means most games will screen in New... Read more
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Adelaide Now
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World CupNEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World Cup
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
NEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at allowing all bars to stay open late and show All Blacks games during the Rugby World Cup. THE time zone difference with England means most games will screen in New... Read more
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The Courier Mail
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World CupNEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at
NZ eyes late opening for Rugby World Cup
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
NEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says the government is seriously looking at allowing all bars to stay open late and show All Blacks games during the Rugby World Cup. THE time zone difference with England means most games will screen in New... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Political roundup: White men in charge of the message?Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has
Political roundup: White men in charge of the message?
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 17 days ago
Rachel Smalley’s criticism of “white men” dominating the New Zealand media has raised a lot of important questions about power, politics and the media. But her “identity politics” arguments have not gone unchallenged. Who has power in New Zealand... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Lee Suckling: Why we need diversity in NZ mediaL-R: Duncan Garner, John Campbell, Rachel Smalley, Mike Hosking and Guyon Espin
Lee Suckling: Why we need diversity in NZ media
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
L-R: Duncan Garner, John Campbell, Rachel Smalley, Mike Hosking and Guyon Espiner. The Smalley debate brings up an important issue that New Zealanders have avoided for some time: the importance for diversity in Kiwi media. But empathy for minorities... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Smalley debate: Radio silence from the 'straight white male broadcasters'Keeping quiet: from left, Mike Hosking, Guyon Espiner and Duncan Garner. Newst
Smalley debate: Radio silence from the 'straight white male broadcasters'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Keeping quiet: from left, Mike Hosking, Guyon Espiner and Duncan Garner. Newstalk ZB host Rachel Smalley says she has been called sexist and sour for calling for more diversity on prime-time radio but the male broadcasters who she says dominate the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
I've been called sexist and sour but I won't back down: we need more women on prime-time radioRachel Smalley says she has no regrets about starting the debate on diversity i
I've been called sexist and sour but I won't back down: we need more women on prime-time radio
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Rachel Smalley says she has no regrets about starting the debate on diversity in radio. Photo / Dean Purcell Should we have the discussion about representation during Prime Time? On Friday, I questioned the lack of diversity in prime time radio -... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Rachel Smalley: Why we need diversity in prime timeRachel Smalley suffered a steady stream of criticism and abuse - but also suppo
Rachel Smalley: Why we need diversity in prime time
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Rachel Smalley suffered a steady stream of criticism and abuse - but also support - throughout the weekend. Photo / supplied On Friday, I questioned the lack of diversity in prime time radio - and the fact that we have six shows that are all hosted... Read more
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The Age
Batman shooter James Holmes' father narrates a parent's worst nightmareDefence attorney Tamara Brady, standing, questions Robert Holmes, top right, th
Batman shooter James Holmes' father narrates a parent's worst nightmare
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
Defence attorney Tamara Brady, standing, questions Robert Holmes, top right, the father of James Holmes, on screen, during the sentencing phase of James' trial. Photo: AP/Screengrab Centennial, Colorado: He sounded like a proud father leafing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Batman shooter James Holmes' father narrates a parent's worst nightmareDefence attorney Tamara Brady, standing, questions Robert Holmes, top right, th
Batman shooter James Holmes' father narrates a parent's worst nightmare
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Defence attorney Tamara Brady, standing, questions Robert Holmes, top right, the father of James Holmes, on screen, during the sentencing phase of James' trial. Photo: AP/Screengrab Centennial, Colorado: He sounded like a proud father leafing... Read more
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Canberra Times
Batman shooter James Holmes' father narrates a parent's worst nightmareDefence attorney Tamara Brady, standing, questions Robert Holmes, top right, th
Batman shooter James Holmes' father narrates a parent's worst nightmare
Canberra Times / Posted 20 days ago
Defence attorney Tamara Brady, standing, questions Robert Holmes, top right, the father of James Holmes, on screen, during the sentencing phase of James' trial. Photo: AP/Screengrab Centennial, Colorado: He sounded like a proud father leafing... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hot debate over radio 'jobs for the boys'Carol Hirschfield says Smalley's comments criticising the appointment of John C
Hot debate over radio 'jobs for the boys'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Carol Hirschfield says Smalley's comments criticising the appointment of John Campbell at the expense of Mary Wilson are 'inverse sexism'. Photo / Supplied Top broadcaster Carol Hirschfeld has accused Rachel Smalley of inverse sexism for criticising... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Can Julie Christie save TV3?Reality queen Julie Christie has been brought in to turn around struggling TV3
Can Julie Christie save TV3?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Reality queen Julie Christie has been brought in to turn around struggling TV3 with shows like X Factor and The Bachelor. Mediaworks boss Mark Weldon tells Matt Nippert that despite some grim-looking numbers, the strategy is working. Julie Christie... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hot debate over radio 'jobs for the boys'Carol Hirschfield says Smalley's comments criticising the appointment of John C
Hot debate over radio 'jobs for the boys'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Carol Hirschfield says Smalley's comments criticising the appointment of John Campbell at the expense of Mary Wilson are 'inverse sexism'. Photo / Supplied Top broadcaster Carol Hirschfeld has accused Rachel Smalley of inverse sexism for criticising... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Newstalk ZB host Rachel Smalley accused of 'sour grapes'Rachel Smalley says there are too many white men in primetime media spots. New
Newstalk ZB host Rachel Smalley accused of 'sour grapes'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Rachel Smalley says there are too many white men in primetime media spots. Newstalk ZB host Rachel Smalley's criticism of a "near-monopoly of white male broadcasters " has kicked off a vigorous debate on social media. In an opinion piece this... Read more
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