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Tonight on Te Ao with Moana - on Maori Television

Māori Television’s award-winning weekly current affairs show, TE AO WITH MOANA, devotes tonight’s episode to the inspirational story of Justice Tā Joe Williams (Ngāti PÅ«kenga, Waitaha, Tapuika), the first Māori Supreme Court judge who recently received a knighthood.

Crystal waka by Reuben Paterson to be presented at Auckland Art Gallery

Made from hundreds of shimmering crystals, a 10-metre-high waka by artist Reuben Paterson will be revealed at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki on Thursday 17 June.

James Daniels to join Simon Barnett on Newstalk ZB's afternoon show

New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) today announced broadcaster, city councillor and iwi leader James Daniels (Ngāi Tahu, Te Arawa, Tuwharetoa and Tainui) is to join Simon Barnett to co-

host Newstalk ZB Afternoons from 13 July 2021.

Pasifika Beatz helping kids connect and learn Pacific languages through music

Kids in Aotearoa can move to the beat of their own drum thanks to a collaboration between Whānau Āwhina Plunket, local musicians Loopy Tunes and the Ministry for Pacific Peoples.

Pasifika Beatz helping kids learn Pacific languages through music

Kids in Aotearoa can move to the beat of their own drum thanks to a collaboration between Whānau Āwhina Plunket, local musicians Loopy Tunes and the Ministry of Pacific Peoples.

OurOtherMother exhibition this Saturday

Children’s book illustrators and authors, including Gillian Candler (award winning author of NZ Nature Heroes and Whose Home is This?), Craig Phillips (award winning illustrator of Aroha’s Way and Guardian of the Gryphons series), Guy Parker-Rees (illustrator of Giraffes Can’t Dance and the

NZME and AdsWizz power brand awareness campaign for Corona Beer

A campaign for Corona Beer that delivered 751,000 surf reports to Kiwi beach goers over the summer has broken new ground for advertisers keen to reach individually targeted audiences based on real time data.

Fabric-a-brac debuts in the South Island with big Bleneheim event

Blenheim is set to be the focus of all things material in August when Fabric-a-brac is held for the first time in the South Island.

Fabric-a-brac is about ‘things to make things’. A fabric sale for lovers of new projects, and those who just have too many projects.

Exhibition celebrates New Zealand bluegrass icons

An exhibition about New Zealand bluegrass pioneers the Hamilton County Bluegrass Band is set to open at Waikato Museum on 8 May.

The Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi 2021 Springboard recipients announced

The Arts Foundation Te Tumu Toi have today announced their 2021 Springboard awardees - seven artists, each at a formative stage of their career, with outstanding potential in a variety of arts disciplines.