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Twelve Kuki Airani writers of Te Kinakina, all women raised in Tokoroa, reveal how their people have expanded the Cook Islands Universe.


5 reasons why Nostalgia Has Ruined My Life is Faith Wilson’s funniest book of all time.



Filmmaker and documentary fanatic Alesha Ahdar responds to three films in Season 8 of Loading Docs: Night Ride, Fifty Percent and Wind Song and Rain.


Astronesian Futurisms

Kahu Kutia in wānanga with Nahbo on their debut album Ruptured, the newest drop from Empty Goon Records.


Panther Cubs, the ‘OGs’ and a new wave of Aotearoa music talent collide in this soundtrack that transports across genre, generation and the Pasifika community’s solidarity.


Tikanga in War

Ana McAllister on the protocols she uses to protect her tinana and wairua in her activism mahi.


For a Brown Girl

A few thoughts on desirability Litia Tuiburelevu needs to get out of her system.


Inhale | Exhale

Ataria Sharman, Editor of The Pantograph Punch asks where the joy is in the arts, and whether we’re off balance between the inhale and the exhale.


Māori Livestream Gamers

IceKuini with Oldman_shesus from Oldman Gaming, Kai_nine_ from Mahi Dogs and Akadjblaze aka DJ Blaze talk about livestream gaming.


Afghanistan, being like a garden

Ilham Akhlaqi asks when her home country will ever get the chance to blossom.


Karen Hu and Sherry Zhang chat with Kiwi-Asian musicians on culture, identity and how we can have more diversity and inclusion in the Aotearoa music industry.


Chris Parker Could Stop Tomorrow!

“What about a joke when you get a nose swab?” Comedians Janaye Henry and Chris Parker on content creation, lockdown lows and Celebrity Treasure Island.


He Takatāpui Ahau

Sinead Overbye with her gorgeous boo, filmmaker Alesha Ahdar, on making a film that the takatāpui community is proud of.



Chef romesh dissanayake's grandmother Seela was an amazing cook, but also cheeky, rebellious and full of life. It's why the Sri Lankan pop-up dinner series is named after her.


Snowballing in the Right Direction

Hollie Tawhiao is the new gallery curator at Ramp in Kirikiriroa. Ashleigh Taupaki and Hollie wānanga on storytelling, accessibility and diversity, and future dreaming.


In the latest lockdown, the performing arts industry is being left to bleed out. Nahyeon Lee chats to artists about their fears, dreams and visions for the future.


What’s Your Inhale | Exhale?

The PP whānau share moments of inhale and exhale.


Tihema Baker finds a rural Taranaki underworld of lore and gore in Cassie Hart’s first traditionally published novel.


Getting Comfortable

On bringing more of ourselves into our art spaces, curator and artist Siân Torrington in conversation with Maungarongo Te Kawa and Zoe Thompson-Moore.


Riding Imperfect Waves

Kerry Ann Lee sees the joy of everyday life and mother–daughter relationships in Claudia Kogachi’s exhibition There’s No I in Team at The Dowse.


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