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Shapeshifter Sculpture Exhibition In Lower Hutt

Shapeshifter Sculpture Exhibition In Lower Hutt

Senses will again be challenged and perspectives shifted at Banks Shoes shapeshifter, one of New Zealand's premier sculpture exhibitions.

The Dead Weather - Change Of Venue

The Dead Weather - Change Of Venue

The Frontier Touring Company wish to inform all patrons attending The Dead Weather concert on Wednesday 17th March at The Logan Campbell Centre that the venue has now changed to Auckland's Powerstation.

A Garden Without Borders At Next Month's Ellerslie Flower Show

A Garden Without Borders At Next Month's Ellerslie Flower Show

What is the difference between a traditional Maori garden and a traditional English garden? Te Waipounamu Garden, an exhibition at next month's Ellerslie International Flower Show, hopes to answer that question.

Top Films And DVDs For The Week

Top Films And DVDs For The Week

Wellington, Feb 25 NZPA - Entertainment listings from NZPA.

(Previous standings shown in brackets)

FILMS

Top 10 films for the week ended February 17, supplied by the Motion Picture Distributors' Association.

1 (-) Valentine's Day

2 (1) Avatar

Top Singles And Albums For The Week

The top 20 singles and albums for the week ended February 21, supplied by the Recording Industry Association, with last week's position in brackets.

SINGLES:

1 (1) If We Ever Meet Again - Timbaland feat. Katy Perry

2 (3) In My Head - Jason DeRulo

Stereophonics "Carry On" Down-Under Tour

Stereophonics "Carry On" Down-Under Tour

Dynamic Welsh rockers, Stereophonics will perform in New Zealand this April, following the November 2009 release of Keep Calm and Carry On (Universal Music), their 7th studio album.

Andrew Lloyd Webber And Universal Music Forge New Partnership In Recording And Publishing

Andrew Lloyd Webber And Universal Music Forge New Partnership In Recording And Publishing

Celebrated catalogue is set for worldwide drive via new platforms Universal Music Group and Andrew Lloyd Webber have signed long-term, global recording and music publishing agreements which renew and expand a long-standing partnership between the world's leading music company and the most success

Diverse Farming Enterprise Earns Top Environmental Award

Diverse Farming Enterprise Earns Top Environmental Award

Pikowai farmers Bruce and Tessa Calder are the Supreme Winners of the 2010 Bay of Plenty Ballance Farm Environment Awards.

The Calders and their manager Tama Murray farm 450ha of medium hill country between Te Puke and Whakatane.

Ellerslie Floral Art Exhibit Inspired By Poem

Ellerslie Floral Art Exhibit Inspired By Poem

Christchurch floral designer Marjolein Chow began designing her floral art exhibit for this year's Ellerslie International Flower Show by writing a poem about her four-year-old daughter Aime.

"I wrote the poem and then based my whole design around it," she says.

Mongolian Rockers Aim To Make A Noise At Auckland Lantern Festival

Mongolian Rockers Aim To Make A Noise At Auckland Lantern Festival

With their roots straddling punk rock and Mongolian drinking songs, the popular Beijing group Hanggai will certainly be one of the big highlights at the 11th Auckland Lantern Festival this weekend.