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Should artists (ever) be socially responsible?

Has the death of journalism been oversold?
Is this guy the world’s biggest arms dealer?

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title="Permanent Link to Funding The National Religion">Funding The National Religion

Keeping score with the cost of the Rugby World Cup

by Gordon Campbell

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title="Permanent Link to Fighting For Obama">Fighting For Obama

The art (and business) of cajoling others to fight America’s battles

by Gordon Campbell

Reporter

title="Permanent Link to Letter from America : It’s Alllivvveee…..">Letter from America : It’s Alllivvveee…..

Is the media rising up from its much heralded grave?

by James Robinson

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title="Permanent Link to Left Coasting : At War With Amazon.Com"> Left Coasting : At War With Amazon.Com

Should the e-commerce giants be made to collect and pay far more taxes on what they sell ?

by Rosalea Barker

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title="Permanent Link to Warming To The Idea">Warming To The Idea

A (truncated) interview with climate change guru Dr. James Hansen

by Gordon Campbell

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Madeleine L’Engle’s nutty politico-religious parable for children still has its admirers

by Gordon Campbell

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title="Permanent Link to Love Amid The Ruins">Love Amid The Ruins

Auckland singer songwriter Hollie Fulbrook (aka Tiny Ruins) makes her debut

by Alice Galletly

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title="Permanent Link to From The Hood : Goff Disappointed As World Fails To End"> From The Hood : Goff Disappointed As World Fails To End

Rapture no-show deals serious blow to Labour’s election plans

by Lyndon Hood

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title="Permanent Link to Milestone Movies : The Silent House (2010)"> Milestone Movies : The Silent House (2010)

Horror, in one 79 minute long take

by Brannavan Gnanalingham

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title="Permanent Link to The Complicatist : Tyler the Creator, Tegan and Sara and Lars von Trier"> The Complicatist : Tyler the Creator, Tegan and Sara and Lars von Trier

Where to draw the line on when enough’s enough

by Gordon Campbell

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title="Permanent Link to Superhero Narratives and Social Values">Superhero Narratives and Social Values

The role of globalisation and the avant–garde in Grant Morrison’s Batman

by Mark P. Williams

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title="Permanent Link to Cartoon Alley : Brent Willis">Cartoon Alley : Brent Willis

Brent Willis currently lives in Lyall Bay, Wellington and has been making underground self-published comics since the mid 1990s.

by Brent Willis

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Tim Bollinger is a Wellington cartoonist with a thirty-year career drawing and writing comics.

by Tim Bollinger

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Reviews, commentary and comics from local artists

by Werewolf

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The April 2011 Edition of Werewolf

by Werewolf

 

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