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OPINION: It sounds like a tempest in a teapot, but it could bring down Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain's Labour Party â and that could end up meaning that Britain doesn't leave the European Union after all.
Majestic steam engines captivated a young Denis Dwyer. The author tells Jimmy Ellingham of his love of rail and travels around New Zealand.
A family bereavement has forced Irvine Welsh to pull out of upcoming literary festivals in Christchurch and Dunedin.
Omarosa Manigault Newman was offered a US$15,000 (NZ$22,792)-a-month contract from US President Donald Trump's campaign to stay silent after being fired from her job as a White House aide by Chief of Staff John Kelly last December, according to her forthcoming book and people familiar with the proposal.
New Zealand's best known poet has retired. Sort of. Philip Matthews asks Sam Hunt why he is off the road.
A famous father and daughter writing duo are sharing with their fans what life is like with two writers in the family.
A new School Journal comic book is taking a fresh approach to teaching Kiwi kids about the Treaty of Waitangi.
A powerful new earthquake memoir explores a family's grief, and its resilience. Philip Matthews reports.
Those without a 6 to 10-year-old in their life may be unaware that the year's most hotly anticipated read came out last month. The eighth instalment in the franchise sees young friends Andy and Terry (aka author Andy Griffiths and illustrator Terry Denton) mess about in their treehouse when they should really be writing a book. Somehow they manage to deliver the goods to their publisher â as their treehouse gains another 13 storeys â each time.
The themes and trappings are familiar for an Ernest Hemingway narrative: Paris, wartime, talk of books and wine and the scars of battle.
OPINION: I half wish Germaine Greer wouldn't, but after so many years of generating outrage she's gained too much momentum.