Local schools win at Eye on Nature competition

By Nathan Morton Pakuranga College student Judges found Auckland’s most promising, young fashion designers and chefs earlier last week, as schools shone at this year’s Eye...

REVIEW: Mixing the funk with the jazz

By Sarah Ellis Kicking off a series of jazz concerts at Howick’s Uxbridge Arts and Cultural Centre on Saturday night was Ron Samson and the...

Love jazz and blues? Here’s the Good Oil

If you’re a fan of red wine and smooth tunes, you don’t want to miss this. It’s the first time Good Oil has performed at...

Time to step up for Uxbridge

By Jami-Lee Ross One of my proudest moments last year was seeing the opening of the newly redeveloped Uxbridge Arts Centre. It was a long haul...

Open doors at Uxbridge

By Nathan Morton Pakuranga College student It’s an exciting month for the Uxbridge Performing Arts Centre, which is set to host an Open Day for the...
Uxbridge Centre Howick

Uxbridge pleads for help to stay afloat

It’s been an entertainment hub for the Howick Village for 35 years, providing the community with a cultured sense of all the arts has...

Local dancer shines on stage with Bieber

Dancing on stage with Justin Bieber is a dream for millions of girls around the world, but for 11-year-old Erin Stuck, it was a...

Entries open for estuary art awards

Entries are now open to the Estuary Art and Ecology Prize 2017. Hosted at Malcolm Smith Gallery in Howick, the Estuary Art and Ecology Prize...

Power-packed performances celebrate a fusion of cultures at ASB Polyfest

Charged with energy, ASB Polyfest 2017 came to a foot-tapping end on Saturday. Polyfest, staged at the Manukau Sports Bowl, is the world’s largest Maori...

Singing out for new talent

Do, re, mi, you too? The all-male City of Sails Barbershop Chorus is welcoming east Aucklanders to jump on board for the 2017 season. On Monday...

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