For Finn Butler, musical inspiration can be stirred, or even
shaken, from almost anywhere.
On the outside, it is just another big rig.
‘Hi, How Are You?' is the sixth self released album by artist
Daniel Johnston., writes Max Lequeux of Logan Park High
God. The name has been bandied about a fair bit over the last
few centuries, and the concept has been causing troubles for
even longer, writes Reuben Henderson.
Out of the fern covered path she comes, a forlorn silhouette
amongst a vast sea of green.
To many, Aiden Gall is just another face in a tide of pupils
flowing to another class.
It's 2010 and today's teenagers are a uniquely built bunch.
Their musical styles might be completely different, but
17-year-old Kane Strang wants his career to emulate that of
his late grandfather, Dunedin band leader Harry Strang.
There has been a lot of talk recently about the proposed
alcohol law reform, with changes such as adding an extra 10%
tax and raising the legal age of purchasing alcohol to 20
proposed by the Law Commission.
Hannah Peters, of Logan Park High School, reviews
Boy, directed by Taika Waititi.
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