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French President Emmanuel Macron has used his speech to the joint houses of the US Congress to denounce nationalism and isolationism.
The Jamaican netball team is shocked by Netball New Zealand's refusal to let the team take home the trophy they won in a pre-Commonwealth Games tournament.
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Almost 1500 people have gathered this morning in Gallipoli to pay their respects to the Anzacs who landed on the shores of the peninsula 103 years ago.
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The Melbourne Storm thrashed the Warriors 50-10 in their annual Anzac Day showdown.
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Host Nick Tipping checks out tracks from McCoy Tyner, Regina Carter, and Billie Holiday, as well as the latest release from NZ trumpet player Lex French.
To celebrate the 11th International Record Store Day, Slow Boat Records' Jeremy Taylor shares his stories and songs from life behind the record shop counter.
Sam Mccarthy has already been in two high profile NZ bands - Goodnight Nurse, and dance pop outfit Kids Of 88. Sam has now relocated to Los Angeles where he makes music as Boyboy. He joined us in the RNZ studio for a catch up, and to play a few songs.
Garth Cartwright is a New Zealand-born, London-based music and arts writer. He has a new book - G
oing For A Song: A Chronicle of the UK Record Shop, in which he traces the history of the record store through more than a century of unprecedented social, cultural and technological change. Audio More from RNZ Music