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Jean Batten artefacts donated to MOTAT

New Zealand icon and pioneering aviator, Jean Batten holds a special place in the heart of MOTAT’s aviation collection, so it was with much excitement that the Museum recently accepted a generous donation of additional Jean Batten artefacts from Auckland Airport.

Kapiti Gateway Architecture Exhibition: Paraparaumu Beach

Six architecture students who are developing ideas for the Kapiti Gateway bio-security and visitor centre at Paraparaumu Beach are exhibiting their work-in-progress this weekend.

NZ School of Music to bring premier pipa virtuoso to NZ

The New Zealand School of Music (NZSM) and Victoria University’s Confucius Institute are collaborating to bring Wu Man-the world’s premier pipa virtuoso-together with celebrated chamber ensemble, the New Zealand String Quartet, for a masterful evening of music spanning the centuries.

International film festival comes to Taupo

A taste of all things Spanish and Latin American is coming to the Taupō District this Labour Weekend with a free film festival showcasing films from 11 countries.

'Mum, Cannabis and Me' to premiere

SPINDLE FIBRE FILMS in association with Victoria Catherwood, today releases an educational documentary encouraging informed conversation between Drs and patients around the use of Cannabis as a medicine in New Zealand.

TV3 announces Block Party and auction date for 'The Block NZ'

To celebrate the final week of The Block NZ 2017, fans are invited to the Block Party at the Challenge Warehouse to meet their favourite teams on Sunday, 10th September, ahead of the highly anticipated auction which will be held on Sunday, 17th September and broadcast live on Three.

Parabola West to launch EP

It’s almost here; Parabola West’s highly anticipated EP ‘Purity of Weakness’ is just weeks away from its official release. You can catch the Raglan-based alternative star and her live release of the EP in Auckland on September 8.

100 pianos to be donated to local schools

Huawei New Zealand has announced that it will donate 100 Pianos to New Zealand primary schools in partnership with the Play it Strange Charitable trust. Huawei’s 100 Pianos Project was unveiled at Rongomai School in Otara and will be open to schools nationwide between deciles 1-7.

New Year's Eve concert support band sought

The search is on for the support band for Dunedin’s 2017 New Year’s Eve concert in the Octagon.

Dunedin City Council Community Events Co-ordinator Marilyn Anderson says they are looking for a band that offers "something special" for a special event.

Festival celebrates all things musical

The School of Music at the University of Auckland is throwing open its doors in celebration of all things musical with a two-week festival of events to coincide with the start of spring.

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