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'Third one in the oven' - Lorde hints at new album
FILE - In this May 1, 2019 file photo, Taylor Swift arrives at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Swift says she’s kicking off Pride month by asking Tennessee’s Republican U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander to protect LGBTQ rights and support the Equality Act. The musician, who lives in Tennessee, posted a letter on social media early Saturday, June 1 that she supported the House’s recent passage of the Equality Act, which would extend civil rights protections to LGBT people by prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)
Taylor Swift releases new song targeting homophobes
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Grace Kelly’s music is being premiered in Silicon Valley.
Sixteen-year-old Kiwi singer looks to take the US by storm, starting with Silicon Valley
Courtney Love claims she was visited by ghost of late husband Kurt Cobain
Hidden band-poster hoard from '60s revealed in New Plymouth home renovation
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The project was launched just over a month ago featuring artworks and a gospel album.
Kiwi artists raise over $300k for The Salvation Army, with more expected
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Matt Mulholland is back after his Titanic YouTube video reached 28 million views.
Watch: Kiwi comedian famous for his scuffed Titanic theme tune back for more laughs
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Katey Pittwood’s home is hiding a unique secret, Seven Sharp went to check it out.
New Plymouth woman amazed to find her property holds '60s popstar secret
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The group mingles soulful harmonies with brilliant comedy.
Meet the new generation of musician comedians - The Māori Sidesteps
Radiohead to release music stolen for ransom to save climate campaigners
U2 adds second New Zealand show after stadium sells out in minutes
Kim Kardashian West shares picture of new son Psalm
The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson cancels upcoming tour over struggle with mental health
Musician R. Kelly departs the Leighton Criminal Court building after pleading not guilty to 11 additional sex-related charges, Thursday, June 6, 2019, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Amr Alfiky)
R Kelly pleads not guilty to 11 new sex related charges
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Rihanna tops the list with Madonna second.
Rihanna named world's wealthiest female singer
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He’ll be performing at Hawke’s Bay’s Mission Estate Winery in February.
Michael Bublé announces single New Zealand show
Jay Z declared hip-hop's first billionaire by Forbes
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Spice Girls world tour has '50/50' chance of happening
Ozark Mountains in Autumn.
US music festival organisers, pilot killed in helicopter crash near festival grounds
Liam Gallagher diagnosed with arthritis
You Are Us/Arohanui organisers present Christchurch Mayor, Lianne Dalziel with cheque of $1,327,534.52
More than $1.3 million raised for terrorist attack victims' families through You Are Us/Aroha Nui concerts
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The Wiggles joined Breakfast presenters Hayley Holt and Daniel Faitaua in the studio ahead of their New Zealand tour.
Watch as Breakfast's Daniel and Hayley get groovy with The Wiggles
The video allegedly shows the R&B singer having sex with an underage girl.
R. Kelly charged with 11 new sex-related counts
Rock icons U2 announce tour stop in New Zealand
Leon Redbone, acclaimed 1970s musician, dies
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His incredible rendition of Donny Hathaway’s A Song for You had all four judges on their feet.
Blind, autistic singer brings America's Got Talent judges to tears while earning 'golden buzzer'
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In Sydney, Moa also spoke with the film’s director, Dexter Fletcher.
Anika Moa chats with Taron Egerton, star of Elton John biopic Rocketman, ahead of film's NZ release
Billy Idol to return to NZ as part of Summer Concert Tour
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The Verve were forced to forfeit rights to the smash hit after the Stones claimed they used more than the agreed amount of their own tune.
The Verve's Richard Ashcroft regains rights to Bitter Sweet Symphony from Rolling Stones
Kris Jenner confirms grandson Psalm's name inspiration
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