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  • Witness Number 3(TVNZ+)

  • There are positives tooIn Heather du Plessis-Allan’s weekly opinion piece she again laments the lockdown enforced by Jacinda, the silly rules of mask wearing etc. She informs us her opinions are shared by her friends and colleagues — well what a surprise that Mike, Baz and Kate are onboard. Opinion is opinion and I get that, however the 99 per cent bad news is pure fiction. No mention of last quarter’s growth of 1.7 per cent, higher than UK, Aussie, OECD and the US which experienced negative growth. S&P has just confirmed NZ’s AA+ rating. Quote: “New Zealand’s economy is performing well, under-pinned by low unemployment and pent-up demand. This is despite the after-effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.”

  • HitmenNeon, from Tuesday

  • Wedding SeasonDisney+

  • TikTok disrupting digital discovery

    When Ja’Kobi Moore decided to apply this year to a private high school in her hometown of New Orleans, she learned that she needed at least one letter of recommendation from a teacher.

  • Kiwi fashionistas leading the field at Melbourne Cup

    Racing fashionistas Carena West and Claire Hahn turn heads at racehorse competitions around New Zealand and will undoubtedly be among the stars of the show at this year’s Melbourne Cup in November.

  • Guess who?

    ● Which mild-mannered, nice-guy TV host has a tendency to transform into a foul-mouthed hot-head on the sports field?

  • Letter of the week These travesties of justice must not be allowed

    The Herald on Sunday’s front-page story “Horrific Childhoods” is deeply disturbing on a number of levels.

  • The death of a rival gang associate at a notorious outlaw bikie gang’s clubhouse has given a rare glimpse inside a New Zealand gang pad.

  • Let’s set ambitious targets for women, girls

    Title IX turned 50 years old this year. This landmark legislation was a game-changer for women and girls across the United States, seeing a boom in their participation in sport.

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