By Steve W August 28th was the official launch day for Uber in Wellington.
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By Jerome Chandrahasen The Lincolnshire is lesser known than the Cumberland, its spicing of a milder bent. No robust pepperiness, but flecks of sage and parsley.
During our recent call for writers, we were contacted by Jim who does Cartoons by Jim and he asked if we’d be interested in running his cartoons. Well of course we are. So when Jim does a cartoon we’ll run it! You can see more of Jim’s work at http://www.cartoonsbyjim.com Here’s today’s effort:
We asked for new writers and we got INUNDATED by people wanting to write for us. Which is great! First off today is Hilary Cameron.
By Jerome Chandrahasen. Ah the Cumberland. The most well known and widespread of the English regional sausages.
By Nicole Skews. This blog is an x-post from Coley’s blog which you can find at www.tangerina.co.nz
I first knew that something was wrong when I went from joking with friends that I would rather jump in front of a truck than work on my thesis to genuinely thinking “is that an option here?”
This post first appeared on Jarrod Gilbert’s blog, however the New Zealand Fire Service asked him to take it down. We’re trying to track down a statement from them as to why.
By Jennifer O’Sullivan As a woman who works in comedy, I am sad that there are not more of us. In fact, I’m sad that 90% of comedy performed this festival comes from one perspective
By Walter Plinge This week Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei played the race card, accusing Corrections Minister Anne Tolley of a thinly veiled racist attack against her for mentioning the cost of her designer jacket.
By Jonny Potts Hi, I saw all the debate about Kiwi songstress Lorde, and I thought I’d wade in.
Jacinda Ardern, Labour Spokesperson for Arts, Culture and Heritage:
By Jonny Potts Recently, fearless inquiring mind Karl du Fresne posed a series of stumpers in the pages of the Dom Post. These are the answers that eluded him.
By Rt Hon Winston Peters, usual disclaimer. We don’t endorse.
You won’t believe how the NZ Government will sign your rights away with this one simple trade agreement.
Disclaimer: In no way do we endorse any of the things said here. Once again it’s just us providing a platform to MPs to say what they like. David Cunliffe responds with his own tongue in cheek blog post to a post by Judith Collins.
By Jonny Potts If you do anything ‘creative’, you always have these ghosts around, trying to keep you in check. You invite them into your life, trying to incorporate and escape their influence.