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NZ Dancing with the Stars to air on TV3

Hold on to your sequins! MediaWorks and BBC Worldwide ANZ are delighted to announce that hit series Dancing with the Stars will add even more sparkle to TV3’s stellar local line up.

More tickets on sale for Ed Sheeran in Auckland

Ed Sheeran returns to New Zealand next week for his fourth visit in as many years!

School holiday fun in Taupo

Not sure what to do with the kids these school holidays? Taupō Events Centre, Taupō Library and Taupō Museum may have the solution for you.

7 Days Live: Fieldays Editon

We all love laughing along to them on TV…

and now you can be part of the 7 DAYS LIVE experience!

Six60 announce show at New Plymouth's TSB Stadium

The popular Kiwi band Six60 is about to start a whirlwind tour around New Zealand, and New Plymouth is on the list.

The five-piece band made the announcement on their Facebook page yesterday to play at TSB Stadium on Thursday 21 May, along with 10 other venues throughout the country.

Musicians compete at Graduation Gala concert

Three outstanding classical musicians from the University of Auckland will take to the stage in early May to compete in the annual Graduation Gala Concerto Competition. The concert, established nine years ago, marks the end of the University of Auckland’s May Graduation.

NZ’s dark history and violent present revealed in play awards

The Adam NZ Play Award winners for 2015 have been announced

Anders Falstie-Jensen for Centrepoint and Hone Kouka for Bless the Child.

The Adam NZ Play Award recognises and celebrates the best in new writing for the theatre.

Documentary Edge Festival says yes man to Yes Men

As the release date for the highly anticipated programme of the mile-stone 10-year-anniversary approaches, we are pleased to announce the New Zealand Premiere of The Yes Men Are Revolting, the critically acclaimed third chapter by comedic-political activists The Yes Men.

Parents and children know how to manage challenging content

The majority of New Zealanders take steps to manage their children’s media use, according to independent research released today.

The research into how our children engage with media today was conducted by Colmar Brunton for the Broadcasting Standards Authority and NZ On Air.

Children tell us what they enjoy and want from media

A new independent survey of children has found that while TV is still the dominant screen in their lives, tablets and smartphones are now a daily part of most kids lives. Youtube is now one of their main sources of content.

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