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95bFM launches new bCard

95bFM are proud to announce the return of the mighty bCard! The new, digital bCard is live now.

Te Auaha showcases tutor work in new exhibition

Tuākana our tutors is the latest exhibition at the Te Auaha Gallery in Dixon Street.

Massey book designers have hand in royal gifts

The three books produced by Massey University design studio Open Lab that were among a selection of children’s books gifted by the Government to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge following the birth of Prince Louis.

College of Creative Arts shines light on LUX

One of the student displays to be seen at the LUX light festival in 2018 by fourth-year fashion design student Kate Jones is Pom and Pom, inspired by an earlier project undertaken with Sarah Thomas, Zoe Mitchell and William Lockwood-Geck, that comprises two giant round clusters of illuminated col

NZ photographer explores decline of Tokyo’s ultramodern dreams

NZ photographer explores decline of Tokyo’s ultramodern dreams Japan is famed for its ultramodern cityscapes. But what happens when the ultramodern becomes old? A New Zealand photographer has turned his lens to Tokyo to find out.

Coming up at City Gallery | Erewhon screening with Gavin Hipkins...

On until 15 July is our thought-provoking exhibition This Is New Zealand which re-presents artworks that have represented New Zealand on the world stage. We invite you all to ponder notions of national identity and ask what do these artworks say about us- is this New Zealand?

Queen of Soul comes to Horowhenua

Music fans in Horowhenua are in for a treat as New Zealand’s Queen of Soul, Hollie Smith, takes centre stage at Te Takeretanga o Kura-hau-pō on Friday 18 May.

Tiffany Singh at CoCA

CoCA is proud to present two major installations by Auckland-based artist Tiffany Singh, opening the 31st of May and running until the 5th of August.

Westside Story brings sweltering NY to a cooling Christchurch

As finger clicks resonate around the Christ’s College auditorium this week, the last fortnight of rehearsals for Westside Story heralds a powerful opening on May 16th.

Jon Toogood headlining the first ever Hauraki Brewery Tour

Radio Hauraki are doing what they do best next month; throwing a free party for Hauraki punters on the company credit card.

Across 10 days, the crew will mosey across New Zealand and host seven parties in seven cities. All of which, naturally, are free.