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2021 ASB Polyfest underway

"ASB Polyfest is back" - that was the resounding sentiment at the Manukau Sports Bowl yesterday on the opening day of the 2021 ASB Polyfest.

Prescriptions and creative cure-alls - Art Chemist

The month of May will see a pop-up Art Chemist open in Cathedral Junction, where performers will prescribe art works, exhibitions, and more to soothe a variety of ills.

Niko Walters announces 'Not My Neighbour' remix

New Zealand singer/songwriter Niko Walters has announced a collaboration with rising RnB star Kiana Ledé on the smash single ‘Not My Neighbour’.

International artist to play at Osmanthus Gardens

International artist Annie Gong - a one woman orchestra - is due to arrive in Hastings tomorrow, to play at the Lighting of the Osmanthus Gardens lantern festival on Friday and Saturday.

ANZAC 2021 commemorated women and war - Maori Television

The service and sacrifice that women have played in the military is the theme of Māori Television’s dedicated ANZAC Day coverage on Sunday 25 April 2021.

Terei Tonight back by popular demand - Maori Television

One of New Zealand’s most loved entertainers, Pio Terei, reunites with social media superstar, Nicola ‘Nix’ Adams, in a new series of PIO TEREI TONIGHT premiering on Māori Television on Wednesday 28 April 2021 at 8.30 PM.

ASB Polyfest 2021 live and free to air on Maori Television

Māori Television presents its most extensive coverage yet of the ASB Polyfest as the official television partner of the largest Polynesian festival in the world.

Nelson's Te Ramaroa light festival 9-13 July

Nelson’s favourite winter festival is back on 9-13 July 2021, this time with walking lampshades and green spaghetti…

Te Ramaroa (formerly Light Nelson) is back with a new name, new footprint and new ways to brighten up the darkest winter nights.

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki takes Maori art to the world

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki today releases a multi-sensory and immersive virtual tour of Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art enabling people everywhere to enjoy highlights of the groundbreaking exhibition.

Students showcase their new music at NZ's most creative festival - Massey University

The much anticipated 2021 CubaDupa festival was a success for hundreds of creatives, including ten of Massey’s very own singers, songwriters and musicians who had the opportunity to debut their new hit singles.