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2020 International Institute of Modern Letters Writer in Residence named

Acclaimed novelist Catherine Robertson has been appointed the Victoria University of Wellington International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) and Creative New Zealand Writer in Residence for 2020.

Tuia Matauranga Roadshow comes to Tauranga

A free interactive roadshow that brings to life Pacific voyaging and New Zealand’s histories will be in Tauranga from 17 to 18 October. It will be open to the public and located at the Masonic car park, behind the Tauranga Art Gallery.

Sports Dreams release 'Sports Dreams' EP

"absolutely sublime and gripping" - White Light/White Heat

Writers' Tea Party a smashing success - Hurunui District Council

Sunday 13th October saw around 80 people turn out to the 12th annual Writer’s Tea Party in the Hurunui Memorial Library!

Lenny Kravitz announces Here To Love World Tour coming to NZ

One of the most successful and best-selling artists of his generation, Lenny Kravitz has today announced that he is coming to New Zealand in March 2020 as part of his Here to Love World Tour.

MXMS release powerful autobiographical video for 'What's My Name'

"This song is a snapshot into the racing mind in harrowing and traumatizing moments. Words pierce. Feelings get hurt. And we are left desperate for solutions. There is a solution; and that is love."

- MXMS

Penguin of the Year finalists revealed

This year Draco, Elmo and Mo will be battling it out for the prestigious title of Penguin of the Year 2019.

Sena Kana breaks record as 1st female Japanese artist to rack up 75mil streams

Sena Kana, the first female Japanese artist to generate close to 75 million streams in the U.S. with her debut single "Up" featuring Sheppard and Wiz Khalifa, continues to ride high with the remix to the track by Dzeko - out now.

Six60 to play NPDC's iconic TSB Bowl of Brooklands

New Zealand’s ultimate summer party starters SIX60 will play at the TSB Bowl of Brooklands on Saturday 1 February, as part of a six-date nationwide tour.

Short film captures loneliness research

University of Auckland research into loneliness and social isolation among older New Zealanders has helped create an animated short film running in the Show Me Shorts film festival.