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Prepared to do his duty (or maybe not)!

Prepared to do his duty (or maybe not)
A shop assistant from Nailsworth, Gloucestershire who wanted to give up his job to go to Iraq to fight against Isis (Islamic State) has thought better of it. 128 more words

ISIS

Movie review: The Crucible - New Zealand Herald

Verdict: Stunning production of a landmark play filmed live on stage.

“Richard Armitage (Thorin Oakenshield in the Hobbit films) lacks Day-Lewis’ subtlety but he is solid and convincing in the main role of John Proctor, whose climactic stand (“You have my confession; leave me my name. 21 more words

Richard Armitage

TV providers battle to attract online viewers

Sky Television is making top rugby and motorsport events available to nonsubscribers online. […] A “Fan Pass” will allow Sky Sports channel nonsubscribers to pay to access events or channels on a part or whole-season basis. 59 more words

Web Tv

The dogwhistling of the Treaty

Gareth Morgan has a four-part series in the Herald this month in a thinly-veiled ad campaign for his new book, Are we there yet? The future of the Treaty of Waitangi… 551 more words

Government

As Clock Winds Down, "Turf War" Remains Stagnant

The ringing in of a new year often marks a time for change and progress to occur on both small and large scales. It is typically a time when resolutions are set, and steps are taken toward the betterment of oneself and others. 1,042 more words

Women's Sports

Mark Mitchell MP 100% Vindication for Stupidity

Mark Mitchell, National MP trumpeted that the Sydney seige was a 100% vindication for the anti terror legislation that he was in charge of in New Zealand.   783 more words

John Key

AC/DC’s Phil Rudd Due in Court Again for Allegedly Threatening a Witness in His Trial

By Brian Ives 

It’s looking less and less likely that AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd will be working with the hard rock legends any time in the near future. 327 more words

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