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Wild Bees

New Zealand can be a confused place. We’re proud because of our background of hard working men, we’re proud because we were the first country to give women the vote, we’re proud because we stood up to America over the … Continue reading

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Terror Highway

A couple of weeks ago an invitation to the opening night of Dynamotion’s Terror Highway popped into my inbox. ‘New Zealand’s foremost colour-coordinated comedy-dance troupe conclude their blood-soaked Terror Trilogy on the road to hell. In a town so small where … Continue reading

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They Saw A Thylacine

They Saw A Thylacine. On sound alone it’s a snazzy title. But what is a Thylacine? What does it mean to say they saw it? If you’re a ‘animals that are now extinct’ buff you’ve probably already left me straggling … Continue reading

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Another Dead Fag

  Another Dead Fag has me thinking, and its probably not about what you’d expect. As the title suggests, Sam Brooks’ latest work, is set in the aftermath of a gay suicide. It’s sad, people around me cried and I … Continue reading

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