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'From an entertainment and activities aspect, the show's bigger than we've ever had.'
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One of Wellington's biggest and most diverse street festivals is set to welcome thousands.
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The ATC's new play explores the events leading up to the 1979 The Haka Party Incident
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She asked her art remain hidden for 20 years post-death – the world was not ready.
"From Atlanta to Epsom, we're all connected."
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The survey has gathered more than 2600 responses in three days.
Four shows at the Arts Festival showcased the full range of NZ's artistic community.
Acclaimed writer Ben Elton talks about his life and career.
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'Being queer and indigenous in itself ... you're born with an inherent fight.'
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