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Bush is back

Our resident Kiss92 DJ/journo celebrates the return of the legendary weirdo songstress Kate Bush

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What keeps If I Stay's teen star Chloe Grace Moretz from going off the rails?

Chloe Grace Moretz.
GROWING UP: Jamie Blackley and Chloe Grace Moretz in If I Stay.

It's almost impossible to believe that Chloe Grace Moretz is only 17.

It's not just that she's already been a major star since appearing as a purple wigged assassin in Kick-Ass back in 2010. It's that she's always seemed mature beyond her years.

Ahead of the release of If I Stay Jason Johnson looks at why this mature-beyond-her -years actress is avoidingthe pitfalls of fame and staying on the right track.

Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 3.

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Three times the charm

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Child stars triumphant

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GIVEAWAY: Meal for four at Olive Tree at Intercontinental Singapore

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Has the change in persona for Taylor Swift and Nick Jonas proved the haters wrong?

NEW AND IMPROVED: Nick Jonas and Taylor Swift (above) look to be making promising changes in their career path.
NEW AND IMPROVED: Nick Jonas (above) and Taylor Swift look to be making promising changes in their career path.
COME AT ME: Swift takes multiple digs at her inability to dance in her new music video Shake It Off.

The ability to change, to confound the critics and create a new persona has sent some acts into the pop stratosphere.

Sometimes it doesn't work. Take Justin Bieber's ongoing and laughable attempt to become a bad boy of hip-hop.

Which is why we are grateful for the new and improved Taylor Swift and Nick Jonas. Their upcoming works have given us renewed hope and proof that change can be good.

Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 3.

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The ins and outs on deadline day

Hatem Ben Arfa.
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New York City gets primed for 2,000m trip

NEW YORK CITY: Last victory was about five weeks ago when he charged home from the rear of the field to beat Danny Ricardo and Sweet Lodge over the mile.
MORNING WORKOUT: Sui Generis looking good during trackwork at Kranji yesterday morning.
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