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These Boomers Are A-OK

A brand new work by New Zealand’s most successful playwright and the "Godfather of New Zealand Theatre" Sir Roger Hall will open Auckland Theatre Company’s (ATC) 2020 season in February ahead of a North Island tour to Hawke's Bay, Hamilton, New Plymouth and Tauranga in March.

Signals 2019 launched - Michael King Writers' Centre

The Michael King Writers Centre launched the eighth issue of Signals, its literary journal for young writers, on Saturday 7 December at the National Library in Parnell.

Splore 2020 rounds off inspiring music programme

Splore has rounded off its 2020 music programme with exclusive New Zealand sets from world- renowned UK garage DJ EZ plus LA’s Mayer Hawthorne and Jake One’s Tuxedo project.

RAAF Hornet fighter jets returning to Warbirds Over Wanaka

Ten years after they debuted at Warbirds Over Wanaka, the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets are returning for Easter 2020.

Kiwi kids called on to help find Santa’s missing Christmas list

Hundreds of New Zealand families who called Spark’s Santaline since its launch on Sunday, December 1 have been met with a plea from a contrite elf asking for help to find Santa’s ‘Naughty and Nice’ list for New Zealand.

Prime Minister Ardern to appear in special episode of Goodnight Kiwi - TVNZ

The Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, is the latest storyteller to join Kiwi and Cat, reading New Zealand children a bedtime tale in a special episode that will stream on TVNZ OnDemand next week, and screen on TVNZ 2 on Christmas Day.

Curtain rises on Kapiti Performing Arts Centre Opening Season

The date for the opening of the Kapiti Performing Arts Centre has just been announced. The Centre on Raumati Road is near completion and will be open for the public to explore on Saturday 22nd of February 2020.

The Fraudster exposes the life and crimes of a million dollar conwoman

Award-winning investigative team Stuff Circuit’s latest documentary exposes the cautionary tale of a woman who ripped off New Zealand businesses and government agencies, and a justice system which ensured her criminal history was kept secret.

Te Reo Maori version of The Jesus Film to be broadcast for the first time - Rhema

On Christmas day, 2019 at 1pm Shine TV will broadcast the Te Reo Maori version of The Jesus Film.

MESH Sculpture delivers an early Christmas gift - Hamilton City Council

Hamilton’s newest sculpture will be unveiled and presented to the city next Monday (9 December) at a public event kicking off at 6.30pm at the sculpture’s new home - Victoria on the River.