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Final four comedians announced for First Laughs

The NZ International Comedy Festival is pumped to announce the final four comedians to perform at this year’s Old Mout Cider First Laughs, Sunday 27th April at Wellington’s Opera House.

- The final four entertaining jokers that make the opening night complete are:

Gigs galore for Christchurch music fans

Christchurch City Libraries is playing host to a month-long line-up of talented Kiwi artists to celebrate New Zealand Music Month this May.

Free live gigs for Music Month at Dunedin Public Libraries

Dunedin Public Libraries customers will have the opportunity to hear some of the city’s best performers in a month-long series of free live gigs during May.

Singing up a storm - Navy man at MCG

Wellington man David Lepou has a career in combat systems in the Navy, yet this Anzac Day he’ll be representing New Zealand, singing our national anthem in front of 90,000 people at the annual Anzac Day AFL match at the hallowed Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Jamie xx reveals new track

Having recently premiered a new track 'Sleep Sound', Jamie xx today reveals 'Girl', the other half of his forthcoming AA-sided single. 'Girl / Sleep Sound' will be released on 2nd May 2014 on Young Turks via digital and 12" vinyl via Rhythmethod.

Find out what it's like to live on Mars

President of the Mars Society New Zealand, Hari Mogosanu joins Carter Observatory on Thursday 15 May to discuss what the human living condition might be like on Mars.

Gary Numan releases new video 'I Am Dust'

On the eve of Gary Numan's New Zealand and Australian 'Splinter' tour the British electro-pop artist releases the brand new video for 'I Am Dust' taken from his most recent and 20th studio album Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind) - out now in New Zealand via Universal Records.

Clive Pool reopening on Sunday

The Clive War Memorial Swimming Pool will reopen this Sunday, following a $2.1m upgrade.

The official reopening ceremony will be held on Sunday 27th April at 9.45am and will include a blessing of the building. There will be FREE entry to the pool from 10am till 3.30pm on Sunday.

Buskers compete for your vote

May is New Zealand Music Month and to celebrate Mainstreet Wanganui is busy organising the second annual ‘Great Busk Off.’ An opportunity to showcase local talent as they compete for your votes to become Whanganui’s favourite busker.

Hop along to Warkworth's frog fun day

Leap into loads of fun at Warkworth’s Lucy Moore Memorial Park at a special event to mark international ‘Save The Frogs Day’.