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Nationwide search for an actress with a little bit extra

Nationwide casting has begun for POPPY, a feature film to be shot in Kapiti. Up for grabs is the central role of Poppy (21), a young woman with Down syndrome who is determined to live like other women her age.

Award-winning band to headline Waifest

Award-winning reggae band Three Houses Down have been secured as the headline act for Masterton District Council’s Waifest 2019.

Family fun day out for Eat, Drink and Be Crafty

The popular annual Eat, Drink and Be Crafty fair is being held on Saturday, 26 January at Battle Hill Farm off Paekakariki Hill Rd, Pāuatahanui.

Time to vote for the 2018 Quote of the Year

Karen O'Leary, Taika Waititi, Rose Matafeo and Rhys Darby have all made the shortlist for 2018 Quote of the Year.

Napier Night Fiesta - this Friday

Join us for the first Napier Night Fiesta for the summer, between 5.30pm and 8.30pm this Friday 7 December at Clive Square.

'Have A Go Day' returns for 2018 in Garden Place

A concert by three musicians who JS have lived experience of disability is one of the features of Have A Go Day 2018.

Charity advance screening of Ralph Breaks the Internet confirmed

EVENT Cinemas has confirmed their Exclusive Charity Advance Screening of the soon-to-be released Hollywood blockbuster Ralph Breaks the Internet, which will make its big-screen debut at selected EVENT Cinemas thanks to a special partnership between Event Hospitality and Entertainment and the Star

Lumiere cinema to open at the Arts Centre of Christchurch te Matatiki Toi Ora

The golden days of cinema are set to return to Ōtautahi with the opening of a new boutique cinema at the Arts Centre te Matatiki Toi Ora.

Summer Story Festival set to sizzle

It’s shaping up to be a scorcher this year and A-Long Hot Summer Story Festival has a sizzler of a programme for book lovers and crafty kids.

Award-winning play comes to Pataka

A stage play that examines the theme of tino rangatira in a stark future where water is no longer free is coming to Pātaka Art Gallery and Museum in early December.