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Who’s pilfering Joseph Parker?
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Who’s pilfering Joseph Parker?

Burger King is unfazed by the number of lifesize cardboard cutouts of heavyweight boxing champ Joseph Parker that have been brazenly filched from their restaurants.

Is this Campbell's next job?
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Is this Campbell's next job?

John Campbell - who rejected the offer to front TV3's revamped 7pm show and left MediaWorks - has held recent talks with Radio NZ bosses.

Toni Street's royal interview
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Toni Street's royal interview

Toni Street - on maternity leave after the birth of her second child - went back to work briefly yesterday, for a one-on-one interview with royalty.

Introducing Max Key, the model
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Introducing Max Key, the model

His father sashayed down the catwalk four years ago to model a Rugby World Cup kit, and said he enjoyed getting in touch with his "metrosexual side".

Royalty at NZ charity bash
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Royalty at NZ charity bash

Zara Phillips, 34 - whose parents are Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips - is expected to make a guest appearance in Auckland next month at a private party for a New Zealand charity.

Lorde tweet has fans guessing
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Lorde tweet has fans guessing

Last week she posted a cryptic tweet about her independence, and two days later we learned she had parted ways with her manager Scott Maclachlan.

The Diary: Banks case turfed out
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The Diary: Banks case turfed out

The case against John Banks was thrown out by the Court of Appeal yesterday and he will not face a second trial for allegedly filing a false electoral return.

British invasion for Kiwis
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British invasion for Kiwis

How often does Christchurch get three high-profile British celebrities visiting? David Walliams, Noel Fielding and Prince Harry all hit town this week - but only two shared a suite.

Prince Harry gets his taonga
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Prince Harry gets his taonga

He first admired it last month at Gallipoli during a kapa haka presentation and asked how he might purchase one, but was told it was not culturally de rigueur.

Lorde shall go to the ball
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Lorde shall go to the ball

Lorde left Takapuna Grammar School to chase fame and fortune and missed that high school rite of passage: the school ball.

Noisy wake up call for Smith
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Noisy wake up call for Smith

Four-time Grammy award winner Sam Smith may be used to the life of luxury as he tours the world, but he isn't accustomed to being evacuated from a five-star hotel, which is how he found himself on Monday in Auckland.