"Girl with a Pearl Earring" director Peter Webber is set to direct the adaptation of Rose Tremain's highly acclaimed novel, THE COLOUR, with Tremain writing the screenplay from her own novel.
|Earthquake photojournalism exhibition shares messages of recovery (22 May 2013)|
|Legal highs more dangerous than ordinary cannabis - industry (22 May 2013)|
|New Auckland home for the Rialto 48Hours Filmmaking Contest (22 May 2013)|
The legal profession will be greatly saddened at the news of the sudden death of Justice Robert Chambers, New Zealand Law Society President Chris Moore said today.
|Possible thunderstorms for northern Taranaki (22 May 2013)|
|Finlayson shocked at death of Supreme Court Judge (22 May 2013)|
|Collins saddened by loss of Honourable Justice Chambers (22 May 2013)|
Waikato Regional Council today signed off on its 2013/14 Annual Plan featuring further reductions in rates increases while maintaining a range of service improvements.
|Pen pushers win with school mergers - NZ First (22 May 2013)|
|Henderson Mayor in the Chair (22 May 2013)|
|Interim decision means supersized schools - Greens (22 May 2013)|
Queenstown-based design, branding and web agency Swordfox has launched itself into the international spotlight with its redesign of the global web and social media presence for AJ Hackett International.
|Gen-i and SAP partner to mobilise NZ business and Govt (22 May 2013)|
|Ecoya name change to Trilogy International (22 May 2013)|
|Queenstown voted one of world's top destinations (22 May 2013)|
This Saturday local rugby clubs and colleges will join forces to encourage younger players to "Stay in the Game." It is a new initiative developed by Wellington Rugby and College Sport, which will see local clubs host the first round of the College competition as a curtain raiser to the
|Calling Blues fans - tell us what to wear (22 May 2013)|
|Chiefs team announced to play Crusaders (22 May 2013)|
|Crusaders team to play the Chiefs named (22 May 2013)|
It’s a constellation of stars with the latest ANCAP safety ratings announced today for the Holden Commodore, Nissan Pulsar and Audi A3.
|Moa celebrates a decade of craft brewing (21 May 2013)|
|Riverby Estate wins at Decanter World Wine Awards (21 May 2013)|
|Celebrity chef Simon Gault cooks up a storm for Cure Kids (21 May 2013)|
Medicines New Zealand shares patients’ disappointment that they will potentially miss out on a new medicine for a rare blood disorder known as Paroxysmal Nocturnal Heamaturia (PNH).
|Big Chiefs visit the little ill and injured (22 May 2013)|
|Health insurer applauds Angelina Jolie's decision (22 May 2013)|
|Medical Council corrects misconceptions (22 May 2013)|
Rotorua District Council (RDC)’s newly implemented programme of free WiFi within the CBD is proving a big hit, with thousands of people already taking advantage of the service.
|$14.5m boost for online identity verification (22 May 2013)|
|Vodafone showcases 4G in Queenstown (22 May 2013)|
|New cloud-based videoconferencing launched in NZ (22 May 2013)|
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