Choral Festival a resounding success

It was the first time that all 740 students of Mission Heights Primary participated in the inaugural Choral Festival that the school hosted on...

End of an era for Pakuranga Madrigal Choir

After 43 years together, the Pakuranga Madrigal Choir is coming to an end. They are disbanding and will embark on their own journey’s following the...

Free NZSO concerts for the kids

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is performing two free concerts for families and school children in Manukau this month. The hour-long Symphonic Boogie shows on...

Smokefree Rockquest regional finals this weekend

It’s the biggest weekend of the year for young musicians as the top high school bands and solo/duo artists play off in the regional...

Minimal Silence celebrate Rockquest win

Howick College’s Minimal Silence took out first place at the 2017 SmokeFree Rockquest on Saturday. As winners they join the likes of Bic Runga, Opshop,...

Bringing myths, land, people together

  Bucklands Beach artist Sofia Minson, who is currently showing a selection of works in her exhibition The Navigators in Queenstown, is working on a book...

Pop art comes live on pots

It’s `Not just another pretty face’.  That’s the series of mosaic pop art, American artist Danielle Fernandez is currently working on. Interpreting the works of...

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...

Howick College prepares for Hairspray

It was a sell-out when it was made into a movie. It’s been all over the world in theatre productions, and now, Hairsprayis coming to...

REVIEW: Sheila’s story really is extraordinary

Writer, historian, illustrator, naturalist, sailor, cyclist and nonagenarian. There's no shortage of words to choose from when it comes to describing Sheila Natusch. There is, however,...

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