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News Undercover video shows calf bashings
An investigation by animals rights campaigners using undercover cameras has revealed cases of violent abuse against newborn calves.
News Indecent assault case ends with guilty plea
A former diplomatic worker has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a Wellington woman.
Society Top 10 stories of the month
In case you missed something, here are our most read stories for the month.
News Echo Festival promoter speaks out
New Zealand is the hardest place in the world to pull off music festivals, says the promoter behind the now cancelled Echo Festival.
Beenie Man axed from Raggamuffin
The dancehall artist was cut after he refused to discuss his lyrics with
Culture Kick Out The Jams: Neil Roberts Day
Interviews and live sets from the New Zealand music underground. This week we get political and head to Whanganui for Neil Roberts Day.
An anarchist with a death wish
Suicide bombing is seen by most New Zealanders as a terrorist act that happens overseas. But 33 years ago, an anarchist punk blew himself up trying to destroy “New Zealand’s Big Brother”.
Culture The best longreads on the web
This week: What makes M.I.A. relatable, the women of Hollywood speak out, and why Jonah Lomu represented rugby at its best.
Culture Echo Festival has been cancelled
Echo Festival won’t be going ahead next year due to slow ticket sales.
Culture Small-town soul
There's not a whole lot to look at in Runanga, says Deb Kendon, but the people there make up for it.
Culture Taylor Swift’s bad blood with NZ locals
Taylor Swift's crew has been accused of putting a rare native bird at risk while filming a music video in New Zealand.
Culture What's up this weekend?
The best on offer this weekend, including shows from The Shocking Pinks, Diplo, Moon Duo, and more.
Society Monster in the ring
They're sisters, but they're part of the "brotherhood". Rebecca Kamm enters the world of New Zealand's women pro wrestlers.