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NZ Herald launches marquee daily news podcast The Front Page

The NZ Herald has today launched a marquee daily news podcast, The Front Page, providing its audience with an audio digital platform to engage with stories and issues that matter most to New Zealanders.

NZSO showcases talented young musicians in streaming premiere

NZSO showcases talented young musicians in streaming premiere Two talented young musicians’ stunning debut performances with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra can now be enjoyed online from 18 March.

Maori Soul and Pop artist MOHI 'takes us back in time' with new track 'Te Aroha Mauroa'

Following his debut single ‘E Kii’ in 2021, MOHI (Ngāpuhi, Te Rarawa, Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa) is now releasing his second single ‘Te Aroha Mauroa’, ahead of his upcoming debut EP ‘Moments’.

Kiwi 'legends of architecture' and design featured in Dictionary of NZ Biography

Fourteen new entries featuring legendary architects, industrial and fashion designers, and inventors have been added to Ngā Tāngata Taumata Rau Dictionary of New Zealand Biography (DNZB).

Sacred Heart College photography students achieve historical milestone

For the first time in Sacred Heart College’s history, four of its Year 13 photography students have been awarded scholarships.

Te Ao with Moana one-on-one with Governor-General - Maori TV

The second programme in the new season of AO WITH MOANA features Moana Maniapoto in a one-on-one interview with Aotearoa’s first wahine Māori Governor General, Dame Cindy Kiro, screening Monday 14 March at 8.00 PM. See it on Whakaata Māori, on demand and on Māori+.

New exhibition asks us to 'consider universe beyond humanity'

Emerging artist Inga Fillary’s first major solo show will open at Te Whare Toi o Heretaunga - Hastings City Art Gallery this Saturday, March 12, with a floor talk at 11am.

Freeview announces major changes to its channel line-up

Exciting changes are coming to Freeview this month, with new channels launching and others shifting position to make navigating free-to-air content easier than ever.

Sky Tower lights for Auckland Arts Festival

To celebrate the beginning of Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki / Auckland Arts Festival tonight, the Sky Tower will turn red.

Glittery sculpture unveiled by budding young artists

A sparkling new artwork was unveiled at Te Awahou Riverside Cultural Park last Friday by local school children who won the privilege as part of an art competition.