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Alan Duff, Elizabeth Knox and Don McGlashan headline Going West Writers Festival

New Zealand’s leading authors, poets, playwrights and musicians take to West Auckland’s theatres, halls and beaches at the 24th Going West Writers Festival 6-15 September, offering audiences ten days of inspiring words and ideas that cut through the clutter.

'Brontide' shortlisted for the 2019 Most Underrated Book Award

The team at Magabala Books are today thrilled that writer, screen writer and visual artist Sue McPherson’s 2018 experimental YA Brontide has been one of three titles shortlisted for the 2019 Most Underrated Book Award as announced this morning by The Small Press Network.

Manukau Symphony Doubles the Tchaikovsky

The Manukau Symphony Orchestra is set to perform two of Tchaikovsky’s greatest works with one of the country’s finest string players later this month.

Ronnie van Hout's Quasi coming soon

All Hands on Deck.

Wellington Sculpture Trust and City Gallery Wellington present Ronnie van Hout’s Quasi

Coming soon

Visit Quake City Exhibition for free at the Canterbury Museum

Cantabrians can experience Quake City’s new liquefaction exhibit at an upcoming free entry weekend.

With support from the Earthquake Commission, the Museum will waive the usual entry fee for Quake City on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 August.

Stuff launches news video platform Play Stuff

Today, Stuff has launched Play Stuff, the new home for local and international news content, including Stuff’s own award-winning journalism.

Auckland Museum's celebrated Pacific collections access project closed this weekend

Since 2016, more than 5600 Pacific taonga have been shared with 13 Pacific communities as a part of Auckland Museum’s Pacific Collections Access Project (PCAP), which came to a close over the weekend.

MOTAT and KiwiRail's Great Journeys of NZ are sharing the romance of rail

The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) has launched their brand new model railway thanks to the support of The Great Journeys of New Zealand, operated by KiwiRail.

Austrian artist begins residency at Dunedin School of Art

Barbara Graf, Senior Lecturer at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, celebrates her residency at the Dunedin School of Art with an exhibition that explores body- and self-identity.

Birds of a Feather Conservation Ball to benefit endangered NZ falcon

Real Journeys 5th annual Birds of a Feather Conservation Ball will benefit efforts to save New Zealand’s at-risk endemic falcon - the kārearea - within its alpine habitat at Cardrona Alpine Resort.