The New Zealand Chocolate Festival (NZCF) is serving its third course of all-things-chocolate in Wellington from 6-8 September.
From kiwis to cakes, the diverse range of finalists in this year’s New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards will be celebrated with free events at Auckland Libraries during June.
A switch from studying science to celluloid has paid off for a University of Auckland staff member.
More than 100 students from Victoria University’s School of Architecture have been applying their creative skills to inspire the future of Lower Hutt.
The Film Archive commemorates the first flight of kiwi aviation pioneer Percy Fisher’s monoplane 100 years ago. On June 21 1913 Fisher successfully launched his monoplane at Hurunui-O-Rangi Flat, near Gladstone, in the Wairarapa.
The Auckland Welsh Choir presents a varied mid-winter programme: ‘Music for a Winter’s Night’, with songs of snow, stars and winter wind.
Dunedin’s fifth annual Puaka Matariki Festival has begun, with a series of dynamic community and arts events that celebrates the rise of the Puaka star and Matariki star cluster heralding the MÄori New Year.
The Festival runs from Monday 10 June until Sunday 7 July.
Hold onto your hats ladies, the Fieldays Rural Bachelors have hit the road and may be passing through a town near you on their journey to Fieldays HQ.
Queenstown’s Remarkables Park will be abuzz with an array of fun-filled events -- an eclectic mix of old favourites and new experiences - as part of the 39th American Express Queenstown Winter Festival later this month.
With just ten days till Wellington LUX, the festival organisers, including event partners Massey University and the Wellington City Council, are putting the finishing touches to the weekend extravaganza of light. The festival runs from June 21-24 to coincide with Matariki.
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