New Zealand film THE DEAD LANDS has opened to number one place at the New Zealand box office, ahead of block-buster Brad Pitt film Fury, placing this film in the record books as the first Te Reo MÄori feature film to reach number one at the NZ Box Office on opening day.
TV3 has added more international star-power to The X Factor NZ judging line-up with the signing of Willy Moon, the Kiwi born, New York-based recording artist, who took the world by storm when Apple took his track Yeah Yeah for their iPod campaign and made him a household name.
Hokianga locals turned out in force recently to celebrate the opening of a Rawene heritage landmark after months of refurbishment and restoration.
After an elongated period of radio silence, SIX60 return rejuvenated and full of vigorous soul with their new single Special, set for release on October 31st.
New Zealand’s most coveted photography award has tonight been swept up by documentary photographer Peter James Quinn in its most controversial season yet.
MasterChef NZ and the first local versions of The Bachelor and Grand Designs are heading to TV3 in the biggest investment in local programming in MediaWorks’ history, announced tonight at the company’s 2015 content launch.
The Christchurch City Choir is preparing once again to perform perennial Christmas favourite, Handel’s Messiah, continuing a 23 year old tradition of presenting this joyful and uplifting musical masterpiece for the city.
The Black Sticks Men and Women are bringing top international hockey action to the Capital City and the Kapiti Coast from 15-22 November - and the organisers are turning on the good things in life for the fans.
Kiwi audiences have been watching closely over the past twelve weeks and now The Block NZ houses are on the market and ready to go under the auctioneer’s hammer, deciding who will win the top-rating series.
Ponyo, the animated classic from Studio Ghibli Animation, will screen at Albany on November 3 in the Atrium Round Room.
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