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Roses set to play major role in Things I know to be True

The allure of roses is universal and is not just restricted to gardens, gardeners and special occasions.

Capital goes goofy over BOWLZILLA - Council

Wellington will be the capital of skateboarding once again when it hosts BOWLZILLA for the 6th year in a row on Saturday 27 March at Waitangi Park.

Kapiti embraces Parks Week events - council

As the finale to a bumper line-up of Summer events, this year’s Parks Week offerings proved even more popular than last year, highlighting just how important getting off the couch and into open spaces is for our wellbeing.

A first look at Auckland Art Gallery's 2021 autumn/winter exhibitions

New Zealand’s contemporary art prize, a survey of work by a much-loved light artist, two thought- provoking exhibitions from the Gallery’s collection, an expansive installation by an internationally celebrated artist, a spectacular new sculpture for Matariki and much more is confirmed for Auc

New festival 'encourages public to come face to face' with leading contemporary art

Ropata Tangahoe, courtesy of the artist and Bowen Galleries / Mum (May 1985), 2020, by Ayesha Gree, courtesy of the artist and Jhana Millers Gallery

Otago trained doctor returns to Dunedin Fringe with one woman comedy show

Otago trained doctor, Joanna Prendergast, returns to Dunedin to perform her debut solo comedy show "The Cool Mum" at The Dunedin Fringe Festival. Joanna attended Otago University medical School 1987 - 1989 and spent two years enjoying life at Knox College.

Wellington to lead the world in turning green for St Patrick's Day

New Zealand's capital city, Wellington, is preparing for another world first in 2021 with an official, public parade to mark St. Patrick's Day.

Wairarapa Moana Wetlands Project invites community to Lake Domain - Council

Wairarapa Moana Wetlands Project is inviting the community to Lake Domain, on the Northern shores of Lake Wairarapa, on Sunday 21 March for a free event featuring live music, interactive artworks and the chance to discover creatures that live in the waters of Wairarapa Moana.

Albert Square installation celebrates Park and Sea weeks

More colour, sound and light is coming to Hastings city centre this week with the arrival of Octopoda - a dramatic new installation that will spend just over two weeks in Albert Square.

Brand new Maori comedy series 'making waves'

Fresh from a sold out Live Show tour in the Manawatu, The Māori Sidesteps are entertaining audiences at home with their premiere TV series Hari with The Māori Sidesteps on Māori TV.