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Diamonds are created under pressure

This year has been a year of success for Russian born singer-songwriter Marina Bloom and her band, Moving Stuff. The release of their first album When I'm Gone received critical acclaim and was noted as a ‘must-have-album-of-the-year’ by Phil O’Brien at Radio NZ.

New Aberhart exhibition rolls back the decades

A new exhibition at Christchurch Art Gallery-captured entirely through the lens of one of New Zealand’s most respected photographers, Laurence Aberhart-is set to roll back the decades and show the city as it once was.

Rainbow's End encouraging screams rather than screens

Almost three-quarters (74.30%) of Kiwis believe that technology negatively impacts how active they are as a family, according to a new survey from Rainbow’s End. And just over 80% (81.68%) say they struggle to find time to spend together as a family.

RNZAF joins 30th Warbirds of Wanaka celebrations

The Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow will be helped in celebrating its 30th Anniversary by a large presence from the Royal New Zealand Air Force during Easter next year.

TEDx back at Pataka with ideas worth spreading

Penguins, pay gaps and posture will be hot topics for 100 lucky TEDxWellingtonSalon ticket holders at Pātaka early next month.

Tickets take off for 2017 F.A.W.C Summer Series

Hawke’s Bay’s culinary talent have been the star turn as ticket sales for F.A.W.C! Food and Wine Classic’s 2017 Summer Series went on presale this morning.

Bestselling authors’ upcoming novels available as Kindle ebooks

Thriller fans are in for a treat with the release of new titles by some of the world’s bestselling authors in the coming weeks, and what’s interesting is all are available right now as Kindle ebooks on Amazon’s Pre-order program.

Searching stories for young women on stage

Award-winning playwright Angie Farrow’s three new plays delve into the quandaries and quests of being a young woman, whether at the frontline or under the radar of social media’s decoys and distortions.

Searching stories for young women on stage

Award-winning playwright Angie Farrow’s new season of three plays delves into the quandaries and quests of today’s young women, whether at the frontline or under the radar of social media’s decoys and distortions.

'Spring into Gear' and ride the Western Rail Trail

If you’re keen to get back on your bike after a long time out of the saddle, then Spring into Gear this Sunday 17 September and ride the Western Rail Trail.

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