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Inuk artist joins Wintec to exhibit indigenous contemporary art

Wintec’s Ramp Gallery is set to host Traverse, an exhibition of contemporary works by Inuk artist and academic, Mark Igloliorte (Canada). Igloliorte is also in residence, making new work in the gallery until 28 June.

Daniel Faitaua appointed TVNZ Europe correspondent

TVNZ Breakfast and 1 News Midday presenter, Daniel Faitaua has been appointed as the broadcaster's new Europe Correspondent.

Daniel will head to London with his family in late August.

Maori and Pacific designers bringing Polynesian Aotearoa style to Hong Kong Fashion Week

In a first for New Zealand, six Māori and Pacific fashion designers and artists are traveling together as a group to Hong Kong for Fashion Week to showcase their collections and meet with buyers and investors.

Matariki set to shine in Porirua

Music, movies, markets and more will help mark Matariki 2019 in Porirua City.

A wide range of city events at Te Rauparaha Arena, at Pātaka and across Te Manawa will offer something for everybody during June and July.

Music, dancing and unorthodox snow sports close Queenstown Winter Festival

A final day of unorthodox mountain competitions and music at the Real Journeys Queenstown Winter Festival closed out the 45th annual celebration of the start of winter.

Crisp winter solstice day run at uniquely Queenstown pace

On a crisp, winter solstice day at the 45th Real Journeys Queenstown Winter Festival, reimagining of the iconic Birdman, polar plungers, undie clad racers, jet boat surfing and sprints, were all part of the More FM Day on the Bay on display to thousands of onlookers, packing the shortest day with

Dirty Dog returns with over 300 muddy, tired, and happy dogs

Ngaruawahia’s Christian Youth Camp was almost over-run with dogs last Saturday (15 June) during the 2019 Dirty Dog Challenge.

Dunedin Puaka Matariki Festival 2019 set to sparkle

Ōtepoti Dunedin’s two week long Puaka Matariki Festival, celebrating the Māori New Year, begins on Tuesday.

Matariki Sky Show set to go off - whale permitting

Last year we had a whale of a time as a tohorā/southern right whale visited the harbour, causing the inaugural Matariki ki Poneke Sky Show to be postponed for a week - but the coast looks clear for this year.

Hamilton celebrates Matariki

Hamilton residents can attend several events to mark Matariki, the Maaori new year.