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Unitec launches student film festival

Unitec Institute of Technology is proud to announce the launch of a new student film festival, set up to showcase emerging student talent from New Zealand, and around the world.

Top chefs bring best of Pasifika to VIPs

Award-winning chefs Michael Meredith and Martin Bosley have teamed up to put Pasifika on a plate for 800 discerning guests, including Prime Minister John Key and VIPs visiting for Rugby World Cup, at this year's Westfield Style Pasifika: Best of Pasifika fashion event.

New concept in holiday exclusivity

Who said there's no such thing as a free lunch? Or a free massage? Or how about preferential poolside holiday seating? Well there is now, as New Zealand's largest travel retailer brings even more value to Kiwi holidays.

Corrections welcomes new uniform

Corrections Minister Judith Collins today joined Corrections staff at Rimutaka Prison as they farewelled the green uniform that have been in service for more than 30 years.

Rugby World Cup reaches Antarctica

Rugby World Cup reaches Antarctica

Rugby fans in Antarctica will be able to follow live on television all of the action from Rugby World Cup 2011, Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL) has announced.

New children's programmes to be developed at FlaXrock

Increased funding will allow new children's programmes to be developed at FlaXrock recreation centre.

FlaXrock is a Hastings District Council run facility in Flaxmere that provides the community with exciting sporting, fitness, adventure and social activities.

Fanzone fun at Hagley Park

The Fanzone at the Events Village in North Hagley Park is now up and final touches are being made in the lead up to Rugby World Cup 2011, which kicks off next Friday 9 September.

NZ confused by food labels - study

NZ confused by food labels - study

New Zealand food manufacturers are failing to provide consumers with enough detail on product labels according to a new study.

Two new books published by Auckland Art Gallery

Two new books published by Auckland Art Gallery

Two wonderful new art books will be published as part of the celebrations for the re-opening of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki this coming weekend.

2011 People's Choice Restaurant winner announced

Take 60 central city restaurants, three weeks of great eating and thousands of amateur Auckland foodies-turn-food-critics and you have the perfect recipe to determine the 2011 BIG little City People's Choice Restaurant Winner.