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Stories from NOTED writers
Released in 1977, Dario Argento’s campy Suspiria was a landmark in cult horror. Now, director Luca Guadagnino has remade it in a new style.Read more
Abir Mukherjee uses India’s painful struggle for independence as the backdrop for his Sam Wyndham detective stories.Read more
Restaurant veterans Chris Rupe, Krishna Botica, Tony Adcock, Geeling Ching and Judith Tabron reflect on the Auckland dining scene.Read more
Head to one of these Metro Top 50 Cheap Eats and 50 under $50 restaurants for BYO dining that won't break the bank.Read more
Mezcal was once regarded as a tipple for the lower-class – now it's the hero at new bar La Fuente.Read more
Ross’s tape didn’t stand up his allegations of electoral fraud, but it helpfully drew renewed attention to questions about Chinese influence in NZ.Read more
The National Party’s ongoing ructions suggest a long spell in the wilderness lies ahead.Read more
In the 19th century, there were more newspapers in New Zealand per head of population than anywhere else in the world says writer Ian F Grant.Read more