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Porirua Arts Trail back 'bigger and better than ever'

A diverse community festival that takes everything from painting and weaving to 3D printing and textiling out of artist’s homes and displays it across Porirua, returns next weekend.

Music is set to make its mark on the North Shore again

Eventfinda Stadium (formerly North Shore Events Centre) is returning as a venue for music with the band Slayer lighting up the stage at the stadium and bringing plenty of fans from not just the Auckland region but around the country to the North Shore.

Air NZ brings BROODS charity concert to Nelson

Air New Zealand is partnering with Universal Music to bring award-winning Kiwi duo BROODS to Nelson for a charity concert to give back to those who helped during the recent fires.

Hamilton Council commits spaces to Boon Street Art Festival

Two prominent public buildings will get an artistic treatment during the upcoming Boon Street Art Festival, which starts later this month.

People's Choice winner announce for the Rotorua Sculpture Symposium

Susan Dinkelacker’s sculpture Geyser has been voted the People’s Choice winner for the 2018 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium, beating out 15 other entrants.

Orchestra Wellington goes 'Farr out' in Pride Parade first

Despite being utterly run off his feet, one of Aotearoa’s best-known composers has a new project close to his heart.

Pop singer Keith Cullen set to perform at SXSW

With a vocal range that is rarely found amongst male performers, Keith Cullen has continuously wowed audiences across the globe. The Dublin-born singer/songwriter has enjoyed a career that has taken him everywhere from New York and Los Angeles to Paris, Dubai, and London.

Is Karangahape Road set to become the Silicon Valley of music?

Auckland's Karangahape Road has become a global music technology hub with the announcement that inMusic Brands, the home of the world's premier music industry brands, is moving its DJ software development to New Zealand.

Kiwi filmmakers take their love story to the world

Today it has been announced that the world premiere of Same But Different: A True New Zealand Love Story, a movie about its real life filmmakers, Rachel Aneta Wills and Nikki Si’ulepa, will screen 28 March at the Civic Theatre in Auckland.

Curating between hope and despair

An extraordinary museum on the site of the Warsaw Ghetto in Poland is a symbol of hope after one of the darkest periods in history.