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"I grew up with that cathedral... but in it's current state, it's a stain on Christchurch. A symbol of dysfunction, a symbol of incompetence." Jack Tame weighed in on why the government should take control of the building. Do you agree?
Did you catch Jack Tame making his acting debut on Shortland Street last night? He thinks it was a "transformative" performance... but if you blinked you may've missed it.
Rebuilding these ruins will cost more than $100 million. The government will meet today to discuss whether to take the decision-making process away from the Anglican church. Should it?
Happy 25th birthday, Shortland Street! Brodie Kane got to live her childhood dream on set this morning with Chris, Waverley, TK, Alison and Rangi - it's fair to say she "fangirled" in a BIG way.
Why do we feel so comfortable baring our souls in places like salons?
"If you think there's a link between the MMR vaccine and autism you are wrong.. and you are stupid." Hilary Barry gave her two cents on the anti-vax community ahead of her discussion with Dr Lance O'Sullivan, who said personal threats and comments "shows how vile this group is".
Jetstar NZ are celebrating their birthday by making one of your travel wishes come true. Head to http://birthdaywish.jetstar.com to enter!
Dr Lance O’Sullivan says the screening of anti-vaccination film Vaxxed in vulnerable communities will lead to deaths. Should the film be banned from public screenings here?