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Vector brings electric mobility to GLOW@Artweek festival

The world of energy is changing rapidly through innovation and new technology, especially when it comes to the electrification of transport in the city of Auckland.

Kiwis love to read inspiring stories and life-changing books

The Whitcoulls Top 100 Book List announced today (Monday 23 July 2018) reveals an interesting new trend. Kiwis readers love books that either motivate them to improve their lives or true stories that inspire.

Survivor New Zealand: And then there were three

Coatesville mum-of-three Tara gave up her place in tonight’s Survivor New Zealand, making up the seventh and final member of the game’s Jury.

Ahead of next week’s grand finale and penultimate Tribal Council, just three castaways are left: Tess, Dave and Lisa.

Bright Star coming to Herald Theatre

In the 1980s, Beatrice Hill Tinsley was a celebrated cosmologist, acknowledged by the American Astronomical Society for her outstanding research contribution to astrophysics, with a main-belt asteroid named in her honour.

Three powerful real-life dramas for TV audiences and a favourite returns - NZ On Air

Three fascinating new drama projects have been green-lit along with the return of a much-loved audience favourite in the latest NZ On Air funding round.

Leading writers feature at Going West Writers Festival

New Zealand’s leading authors, poets, playwrights and musicians offer audiences a fortnight of fresh ideas, future-thinking, language and laughter at the 23rd Going West Writers Festival 1-16 September.

Support for new comedy talent and ideas - NZ On Air

NZ On Air is pleased to be supporting newer and experienced comedy talent to tickle the nation’s funny bone.

The latest funding round includes two new and two returning comedy projects for linear and on demand audiences.

Music icon Annie Crummer performing at Te Auaha

She has toured and performed with Sir Paul McCartney, KD Lang, Sting, Ray Charles and Michael Jackson and now Kiwi music legend Annie Crummer is teaming up with Te Auaha New Zealand Institute of Creativity students for two concerts which will rejoice in her multi-award winning career.

A 'whale of a turnout' for capital's new Matariki celebrations

The capital’s inaugural month-long Matariki celebrations are being hailed as a success as Wellington City Council tallies up attendance and overwhelming positive feedback for the capital’s first large civic celebration of the Māori New Year.

Scottish Booktown author to speak at Featherston Booktown

Shaun Bythell Internationally acclaimed Scottish second hand and rare bookseller and celebrated author of The Diary of a Bookseller, will be the guest at a Featherston Booktown author’s event on Monday, August 27.