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EDIFIER announces Auckland City Limits partnership

Edifier is excited to announce its partnership with Auckland City Limits Music Festival. The event will have a full lineup of top international and local artists including Beck, Future, Phoenix and Grace Jones.

Splore's programme bursts with entertainment, wellness and art

Splore has just released its full three day festival programme.

Covering seven music and performance zones the festival’s diverse content encourages an immersive experience on a piece of beachside paradise at Tapapakanga Park.

Hydro Attack launches jet ski tours in Queenstown Bay

Iconic adventure tourism company Hydro Attack has launched another innovative experience, with the first jet ski tours in Queenstown Bay.

Hawke's Bay man working locally in film industry

Based in Central Hawke’s Bay, Allan Ennor follows the work in the film industry by using a motorhome to travel around.

HHINZ and Smokefree partner for workshops

Hip Hop International New Zealand has partnered for the second year with Smokefree to launch its "Keep up with the crew" campaign, running free beginner hip hop workshops across New Zealand with positive messages, dance community Smokefree ambassadors and world class talent.

SKYCITY celebrates Chinese New Year

SKYCITY Auckland’s Chinese New Year entertainment will begin early this year with night markets from 2 February and a special Chinese village popping up under the Sky Tower from 9 February.

The world of wizardry celebrated at Hastings Library

There was just one place in New Zealand to celebrate wizardry alongside millions of Harry Potter fans on Thursday evening [February 1], and that was at Hastings War Memorial Library.

LoveLake Festival comes to Taupo

LoveLake Festival 2018 brings a weekend of yoga, meditation, mindfulness, music and aroha to Taupo’s Wairakei Resort.

Vector Lights on Waitangi Weekend

An extraordinary light and sound show telling the story of Hauturu-o-Toi (Little Barrier Is) will launch tonight, Friday 2 February with Vector Lights on Auckland Harbour Bridge, and run each night through to Waitangi Day, Tuesday 6 February.

Preparing for O-Week at SIT

New Zealand music artists Che Fu and Laughton Kora will be a highlight at this year’s Southern Institute of Technology Orientation Week, thanks to SIT Music Department Charlie Rodgers.

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