Playground Battle: A Review of Lord of the Flies
My Florian Habit
Campaigns of Hope: Considering Quest and I Am Not Your Negro

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Centrepoint Theatre's latest Open Stage production tackles a classic tale of children killing each other on an island. Adam Goodall reports from the frontlines.

It’s like an incredible playground built for killing kids in.

The centrepiece of Lord of the Flies’ set, designed by Theo Wijnsma, is a T-shaped series of ramps, drowning in sand. The ramps run by and through the audience, large, flat rocks...

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Jacob Powell on the infectious and electric Florian Habicht, the films and the maker.

I first happened upon the name ‘Florian Habicht’ ten years ago, whilst working at the University of Auckland Elam School of Fine Arts library; the very same Elam school of Fine Arts where the filmmaker spent a good portion of the 90s as an undergraduate photography major.

I was going through our audiovisual...

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Inequality isn't inevitable, it's engineered.

Dreams are sold on hope, and so were my grandparents. Leaving their villages of Satapuala and Siumu, Nu’uasala and Iosefa flew to Aotearoa, the land of milk and honey, in 1970, pregnant with Lucky Malofou Lopesi – my dad.

Like most of the Pacific population in Aotearoa, they migrated here on nothing more than hope. Brought over to fill the bottom runs...

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Playground Battle: A Review of Lord of the Flies
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My Florian Habit
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Campaigns of Hope: Considering Quest and I Am Not Your Negro
WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE: The Panelists, and Those Who Have Gone
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We ask our friends what drove or pulled them offshore...
The Pantograph Punch Presents
WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE: The Panelists, and Those Who Have Gone
By Pantograph Punch
Internet Histories | 26 November
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Ice truck killers, social media insurgency, the best...
Internet Histories
Internet Histories | 26 November
By Pantograph Punch
WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE: Pantograph Punch Edition
Read Time: 5 mins
In anticipation of WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE, The Pantograph...
The Pantograph Punch Presents
WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE: Pantograph Punch Edition
By Pantograph Punch
Chop/Stick: Michelle Ang and Jo Holsted in Conversation
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Rosabel Tan talks to Michelle Ang and Jo Holsted about...
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Chop/Stick: Michelle Ang and Jo Holsted in Conversation
By Rosabel Tan
Internet Histories | 12 November
Read Time: 13 mins
The tactics of fiction, the US elections: schadenfreude...
Internet Histories
Internet Histories | 12 November
By Pantograph Punch
The Basic Work of Writing: An Interview with Nicky Hager
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Matt Harnett talks to Nicky Hager on mass media, democracy...
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The Basic Work of Writing: An Interview with Nicky Hager
By Matt Harnett
Swearing, Suicide and Silence: When ‘Bully’ Came To New Zealand
Read Time: 28 mins
Bullying is a big issue in NZ - or at least, we talk...
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Swearing, Suicide and Silence: When ‘Bully’ Came To New Zealand
By Joe Nunweek
You Are Now Entering
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Three poems from Ashleigh Young's new collection,...
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You Are Now Entering
By Ashleigh Young
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