I've run a Kruskal-Wallis test on SPSS using the Analyze-Nonparametric-Independent Samples route and the Hypothesis Test Summary box tells me to reject the null hypothesis (sig=.003). However when I double click the hypothesis summary box to have a look at the post-hoc pairwise comparisons, none of the 'Adj. Sig' values are highlighted (I've run a few of these recently and all adjusted significant values have helpfully been highlighted in orange) and none of them are significant at the 0.05 significance level.. There is a .051 and a .056 in there, so am I to assume that the significant Kruskal-Wallis result is due to these two? I'm very confused at the moment on how to report the KW and post-hoc test results!