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The three-time Grammy Award winner talks love, ageing, death and drugs with Nicola Russell.
He truly is the president of cool.
It's been 44 years of golden tickets, Oompa Loompas and chocolate waterfalls.
Here are some of the events, shows, music and movies you can catch this November.
It’s the most lucrative book ever brought out by an Australian publisher, but instead of triumphant joy, the team behind the Fifty Shades trilogy is at loggerheads.
Atticus Finch returns in Pulitzer Prize-winning Harper Lee's new novel.
Sara Bunny reviews new releases from Sol3 Mio, Wavves and Jamie Lawson.
Ali Mau has spent the past three years working on her first book, a ghost-written account of New Zealand sex-change pioneer Liz Roberts.
The migrant dream is upturned in a complex and passionate drama.
A wise script helps this weepie avoid giving terminal illness the Hollywood treatment.
James Robins reviews Black Mass.
A tightrope walker’s risky feat makes for breathtaking cinema.
Drama puts a face to the savagery of the financial crisis.
James Belfield reviews Fading Frontier by Deerhunter.
James Belfield reviews Cass County by Don Henley.
James Belfield reviews Half Free by US Girls.
World rhythms take a back seat in favour of a more Kiwi sound.
Beat boredom over the break with these school holiday activities.
Britain's oldest model writes an inspiring autobiography about her extraordinary career in fashion.
Maggie Mitchell debuts with a gripping novel about two abducted girls returning to their communities.