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Light show to replace fireworks for Chinese New Year

A light and sound show will replace a fireworks display when Dunedin celebrates Chinese New Year on Friday evening.

A fire ban across the city means the planned fireworks display at the Dunedin Chinese Garden cannot be held.

Star-studded line-up for The Food Show

The Food Show is returning to Christchurch’s Horncastle Arena in 2018, bringing Cantabrians a chance to see a star chef line-up with entertaining cooking demonstrations across the weekend.

Shin Godzilla will play at Massey's Auckland campus

Japan is plunged into chaos with the appearance of a giant monster in Shin Godzilla - the 31st Japanese-produced film in the globally popular Godzilla series.

Waikato Bay of Plenty Harness hosts Team Teal Ambassadors

Waikato Bay Of Plenty Harness Racing is set to support Team Teal in a big way next Thursday 22 February. The club is thrilled to announce that they will host the three ambassadors for Team Teal in Nicky Chilcott, Sam Ottley and Sheree Tomlinson.

Young artists break gallery window for new exhibition

For their upcoming exhibition at Enjoy Public Art Gallery, two ambitious young artists are only doing one thing to an otherwise empty gallery: breaking a window. The aim of the project? To start a conversation about what art can be.

Dogs on show at Taupo Museum

Taupō Museum is celebrating the Chinese New Year - the Year of the Earth Dog - with an exhibit of dog-related sculpture and artworks.

Eccles Entertainment and ZM present SIX60 live in Whangarei

Whangarei fans will get their chance to see SIX60, with the band announcing a concert at Toll Stadium on Saturday 17 March. Support will come from legendary DJ and producer P-Money and rising star Kings.

Opera Factory brings comedy, scandal and tragedy to Auckland Fringe Festival

Opera Factory will present a selection of comedic, scandalous and tragic short scenes from a variety of well-loved opera stories at the Auckland Fringe Festival on Saturday, 24 February.

'Ours: Treasures from Te Papa' to showcase NZ's treasures

A unique creative collaboration between RNZ and Te Papa will mark the museum’s 20th anniversary this week by showcasing an eclectic and surprisingly diverse collection of national treasures.

Kiwi magician Elgregoe to visit Bay of Plenty schools next week

Kiwi magician Elgregoe kicks off his live magic show next week in Hamilton, with not only tricks and illusions in store but with positive and educational anti-bullying messages to share with kids around the country.

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