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Expand Your Mind: My Favourite Podcasts

Going to uni in Auckland city, the commute home is always a bit depressing. You’ll see a hodge-podge of students and young professionals, all crammed onto the bus and looking exhausted and sad. TEARAWAY Maverick JASON KIM has the antidote.

NZ Vegetarian Video Comp

This year, in time for World Vegetarian Day, the New Zealand Vegetarian Society is running an exciting new video competition for secondary school students.

Winter Wardrobe Essentials

Bbbrrrrr... it's getting cold out there! No more jandals and short shorts for us. Enter TEARAWAY Maverick ANNA HENVEST to tell us what's what in winter fashion.

Kinect Sports Rivals

One of the most exciting things about the mandatory Kinect camera released as part of the Xbox One console was that every single gamer would have one in their loungeroom. So now that we finally have a game suited to this hardware, how does it stack up? Can it do what developers claim? Jarred Shakespeare finds out.

Opportunity of a Lifetime

The Pacific Project is an unforgettable experience across two countries – and YOU could be a part of it.

QotSA and NIN

Both Queens of the Stone Age and Nine Inch Nails brought an amazing set to Auckland last week. TEARAWAY Maverick JESSE CARPENTER was there.
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Episode 4 & 5 of “LA to AK” BMX video series

So far over the series, the pair have visited Auckland’s PMP dirt trails, linked up with New Zealand pro rider Jaden Leeming and visited the Hunua Ranges in search of a water storage overflow with some amazing wall rides, and travelled north to New Zealand’s largest concrete bowl in Mangawhai.

More Disco Balls Please

Need to up the satin flared pants action in your life? Who doesn't, right? Check out TEARAWAY Maverick ANNA HENVEST's review of Mamma Mia.

International Success for Young Film-maker

Arboraceous, a short film made by 16-year old New Zealander Natasha Bishop, has been selected to screen at the prestigious Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital in Washington DC.

History in the Making: Lina Lee

Lina Lee has made history by being not only the first ever Korean fuataimi to place 1st equal on the Samoan stage at Polyfest, but the first fuataimi from Epsom Girls to win 1st place.

Roses

"The day is cold, but calm. Not a soul in sight." Creative writing by TEARAWAY Maverick MORGAN PROBERT.