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LUKE MCPAKE

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Used to make music videos, now just makes videos with music in them.



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Baking bread with Kimbra-collaborator Timon Martin

"There's a work ethic that I think the bread is teaching me."

New drama series Ahikāroa aims to flex your te reo Māori

Tihei mauri ora!

How singing breaks down walls in a prison

'That’s a good thing for me, to come out of that shell.'

A day at the beach races

Watch the tiny community of Karekare Beach come together to put on something big.

Headquarters: Ria Hall

We visit singer Ria Hall in beautiful Tauranga Moana

Reading Iceland with Dominic Hoey & Drew Blood

Coffee, but no cigarettes…

Kia kaha. Freedom. Hope. Trust.

The art, and artists of Christchurch Men's Prison.

Farewell Gchat. Now we have to Hangout.

In a few days, Google's Gchat will be no more. We pay tribute to the home of inane online chat.

Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa

Ma'au i lou ofaga, maua'a i lou faasinomaga: Keep your identity alive to thrive.

Tastes Like it Sounds - Fazerdaze

We spoke to bands about what they thought food would sound like.

This poet flips the script on being racially-profiled by Customs

We thought Mohamed Hassan’s poem was so good, we made a video with him.

Live review: A$AP Ferg goes all out in his return to Auckland

A$AP Ferg delivered a chaotic and dizzying set last night at The Powerstation.

Flocking Kiwis Korea - Bernadette Keating

Flocking Kiwis is a series about young New Zealanders living abroad and how they transition into life away from home.

Left without a choice: How international students are exploited in New Zealand

Getting by on a student budget is hard enough without being paid less than minimum wage.

Korean hip hop's Kiwi contingent

There’s a group of hip hop stars in Korea who love mince pies and recall barefoot childhoods in Auckland’s suburbs. Mava Moayyed reports from Seoul.

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”.

Behind the scenes at the K-pop World Festival

Out of thousands of amateur K-poppers all over the globe, a handful travelled to the “Mecca” of K-pop to battle it out for the world title.

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