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Kapa haka set to dance its way into Wellington’s DNA

Te Matatini Ki Te Ao National Kapa Haka Festival will see Wellington’s cultural pulse get a good workout when the leading event for traditional Māori performing arts makes its home at Westpac Stadium.

Charmian Hughes back for Dunedin Fringe with new show

London comedian Charmian Hughes loves the Dunedin Fringe so much she is back for a third visit with a new show CHARMIAN HUGHES: WHAT-NOT.

Celebrating Children's Day in Whangarei

Those who were disappointed when a big storm forced organisers to cancel last year’s Children’s Day have a new chance to bring all their fun-filled energy and ideas to this year’s event.

Maori film and music to complete your evenings during Te Matatini

Te Matatini 2019 brings the best of Māori performing arts to Wellington City, and Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga is proud to share in this celebration of Māori creativity with two special events at our premiere heritage venue - Old St Paul’s in Mulgrave Street.

Last call for public art designs to commemorate 'Coromandel 200'

If you are an artist looking for a new opportunity, the Coromandel 200 community group is still looking to commission a commemorative piece of public art to mark the arrival of HMSS Coromandel to our waters, 200 years ago.

LPL partner with Uber Eats NZ for special Night Squad promotion

LPL is excited to announce a new promotional partnership with Uber Eats NZ, celebrating McDonald’s iconic Filet-o-Fish burger.

Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival offers colour, energy and performance

Comedy, DJs, Shakespeare, opera and a business-focussed summit are among the diverse range of events offered in this year’s Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival, starting on Wednesday 20 February.

Rural Fest Wainuiomata 'back for the third year'

Locals and visitors are set to enjoy a taste of "country comes to town" on the 9th of March with what is fast becoming an iconic annual event for Wainuiomata.

NZSO goes out of this world with The Planets and Susan Graham

Grammy Award-winning American mezzo-soprano Susan Graham will perform for the first time with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in Wellington and Auckland in March.

Opening date announced for Te Papa's 'ground-breaking' nature zone

The biggest change to Te Papa since the museum opened will be unveiled to the public on 11 May 2019.