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Comedy web-series about 'hapless NZ advertising agency'

If you’ve ever had an irritating boss, an impossible client, a production disaster, a blundered pitch, a work-related ethical dilemma or a drink too many at the company Christmas function, then Agency is the comedy web-series for you.

Champion 'Terror To Love' to parade at Forbury Park on Thu

New Zealand champion trotter Terror To Love is the special guest at the Forbury Park race meeting on Thursday 30 April to Honour the Horses of WW1.

Seether announce NZ show

Seether announce NZ show

Since their formation in 1999 SEETHER has become one of the most successful rock bands in the world.

Active Arts Taupo celebrate 50th with exhibition

Fifty years of creativity is being celebrated with an exhibition by a local visual art group at Taupō Museum next month.

The Chemical Brothers announce new album

The undisputed masters of brain-altering, transcendent electronics return with their first studio album since 2010’s Further.

Jody Direen's new album out today

CMC Award nominee Jody Direen is excited to announce the release of her new album Jody Direen Breaks Out - TODAY!

Award-winning NZ film to screen on Emirates flights

Award-winning film What We Do in the Shadows will screen on Emirates airline’s inflight entertainment system, ice, from next month.

Ryan Adams to play shows in Auckland and Wellington

Frontier Touring are proud to announce that the great Ryan Adams along with his band The Shining will treat Australia and New Zealand to headline shows this July.

RACS launches Anzac Surgeons of Gallipoli Exhibition

The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) will this evening launch the Anzac Surgeons of Gallipoli Exhibition and an accompanying book that commemorates the role of Australian and New Zealand surgeons and medical students who later became surgeons, in the Gallipoli campaign.

Television reappears on Wellington streets and hoardings

Broadcast television imagery will make a fleeting appearance on city streets from Newtown to the CBD in Free Association. The photographic poster project by artist Richard Shepherd invites the public to look again at the visions shaping our sense of the world.