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Free bus rides offered New Plymouth Christmas Parade partygoers

Santa’s come early this year and given everyone a free bus ride to the annual Christmas Parade Party as NPDC again makes the city centre car-free.

Auckland Museum first to host iconic British Museum Exhibition in Australasia

Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum will bring a major international exhibition exclusively to Auckland in July 2020 - Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes.

'Discover NZ's quirky art galleries on your next road trip'

While the Hundertwasser Toilets in Kawakawa are well-known as the ultimate roadside art gallery stop-off in New Zealand, there are many other fun and intriguing galleries to help break up your next road trip.

Movies and music coming to an Auckland park near you - NZME

New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) is proud to team up with Auckland Council and help make the region’s summer of Movies and Music in Parks bigger than ever.

More arts funding up for grabs in Central Otago - CODC

There is a bigger pot of funding for community groups looking to hold arts and cultural projects in Central Otago this year.

The Big FAT Lie 'cracks international market'

The feature length plant-based documentary ‘The Big FAT Lie’ on 10th December will begin a string of international releases, starting with a pre-release on iTunes.

Crowdfunding for travel show Global Misadventures

Experienced filmmakers Glen Levy (Auckland Daze, Westside, The Shannara Chronicles) and Yvette Harvie-Salter (Jono and Ben) are turning to the internet to raise funds for their edgy project, Global Misadventures, a no holds barred comedy travel show.

CubaDupa 2020 returns to the streets

All of New Zealand is invited to celebrate the country’s most vibrant and creative street festival, CubaDupa, disrupting the heart of Wellington on 28 and 29 March 2020.

Baysting Prize for Children's Champion award announced

APRA (the Australasian Performing Right Association) is delighted to announce a new award to celebrate children in Aotearoa, New Zealand: The Baysting Prize for Children’s Champion.

Co-writers Starley Hope and P-Money honoured for their 2016 global hit

In trans-Tasman ceremonies this past week APRA AMCOS Chief Executive Dean Ormston presented songwriters Starley Hope and P-Money with their respective places on The 1,000,000,000 List. The award recognises more than one billion streams of the international hit ‘Call On Me.’