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Hari With The Maori Sidesteps premieres on Maori Television

Variety show HARI WITH THE MAORI SIDESTEPS premieres its classic Maori showband style of comedy on Maori Television this Wednesday 3 March 2021 at 8.00 PM.

Second season of Michelle Dickinson's Kitchen Science TV show

New Zealand has the third highest adult obesity rate in the OECD, and our rates continue to increase. One in ten children are currently obese in New Zealand and research shows that children struggling with obesity are more likely to suffer health challenges as adults.

Celebrate Children's Day in Napier

Roller sports, water play and a scavenger hunt are among the special activities on offer at Napier City Council’s facilities this Children’s Day, Sunday 7 March.

Every year the facilities do something special to mark Children’s Day, on the first Sunday of March, every year.

Auckland Lantern Festival cancelled

Following last night’s announcement that Auckland will be at Alert Level 3 until 6 March, the 2021 Auckland Lantern Festival has been cancelled.

Alert level change impacts on Christchurch events

The change in COVID-19 alert levels has impacted on plans for Ōtautahi Together and other major events in the city today.

NZ Wars: Stories of Tainui on Maori Television

The third epic chapter in RNZ’s award-winning series - NZ WARS: STORIES OF TAINUI - screens on Māori Television on Wednesday 17 March 2021 at 8.30 PM.

Grand re-opening for Feldwick Gates this Saturday - Council

Everyone’s invited to the grand re-opening of Feldwick Gates at the entrance to Queens Park, Invercargill this Saturday.

Encore for Kiwi tenor Geoff Sewell inside the Waitomo Glowworm Caves

Due to popular demand, one of New Zealand’s most spectacular natural attractions, the Waitomo Glowworm Caves, will host an encore of Underground Sounds, a unique music and dining experience, on Saturday 20 March 2021.

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra announce new date for Michael Houstoun performance

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) has confirmed that the opening performance for the Bayleys Great Classics series Houstoun plays Rachmaninov will now take place on Thursday 25 March at 7.30pm.

Capital sets the scene as life of the party - Council

The capital is turning up the heat for summer with a sizzling set of events happening all over the city over the next two weeks - most of which will be free and accessible for all.