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Awards offer financial boost for Auckland and Waikato performers - Dame Malvina Major Foundation

Talented young performing artists with a connection to Auckland or the Waikato are being offered a financial boost thanks to the Dame Malvina Major Foundation.

Bringing back the big screen experience to the Govett-Brewster - Council

From big screen movie favourites to Len Lye’s ground-breaking films, home videos about our lockdown life to Film Society specials, the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery has everything for film fans after the move to Level 1 this week.

Six-piece reggae band NLC release new single

While the rest of the world stopped during the Covid-19 lockdown, Baz Muir was busy writing, producing and putting the finishing touches on the latest offering from his band, NLC.

New funding confirmed for Hundertwasser project - Whangarei Art Museum

A welcome $4.5m funding boost by the Provincial Growth Fund will allow the Hundertwasser Art Centre and Wairau Māori Art Gallery to complete construction by December 2021.

The announcement was made on site today by Regional Development Minister Shane Jones.

'Oracles' and 'A Place Apart' on display at City Gallery Wellington

Pati Solomona Tyrell and Christian Thompson work across performance, photography, and video, channelling historical spirits and consequences through masquerade.

High Street and Lockdown Bears win NZ Walking awards - Living Streets Aotearoa

Living Streets Aotearoa is pleased to announce the winners of the Living Streets NZ Walking Awards. The WSP Golden Foot awards was presented on June 9 7:30 at a formal video conference.

University of Otago treated unfairly in broadcasts - BSA

The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has found that items on TVNZ’s Breakfast and 1 News were unfair to the University of Otago, in breach of the fairness broadcasting standard. The Breakfast programme was also found to be in breach of the balance broadcasting standard.

Government House Tours resume

Government House’s Visitor Centre has resumed its free guided tours of Government House in Newtown, Wellington. The tours were cancelled during Covid-Alert levels 3 and 4.

Helping events get back on their feet - Blerter

As New Zealand moves into Level 1 and some semblance of normality, Blerter confirms its commitment to a safe recovery of the events industry in New Zealand, even as events across the globe are still grappling with how to plan with varying levels of uncertainty.

67th Sydney Film Festival begins

The 67th Sydney Film Festival: Virtual Edition and Awards program (10-21 June) today opens to audiences across Australia.