Parris: it’s our time to shine

Be Fearless, says the internationally renowned choreographer, dancer, director and businesswoman Parris Goebel who was the recipient of  the inaugural Pacific Business Trust Legacy...

December/January: Welcome to South

Here’s hoping our first monthly edition will give readers a thirst for more because the SOUTH team is full of enthusiasm for this new,...

Fox qualifies for 2018 US Open Championship

Beachlands' Ryan Fox has added to his already successful weekend by qualifying for the 2018 US Open Championship at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club this...

The best of burlesque

A peek through the theatre doors of Uxbridge Arts and Culture on August 11 will unveil Enchante Cabaret--an ode to classic burlesque with award-winning...

Karaka School grows gold

Laurels don’t just grow on trees. Well, they do but they’re not dished out to every garden designer, that’s for sure! However, when judges picked...

US Open tough says Fox

Beachlands' pro golfer Ryan Fox finished the US Open tied for 41st at the weekend. He delivered a final round five-over (total 14 over), 13...

Back to the golden era of musicals

Hardly had the co-founders of Operatunity Daytime Concerts, Susan Boland and John Cameron returned after escorting musical tours in Russia, Germany, Prague and Netherlands,...

Gardens cultivate art

Sculpture in the Gardens, celebrating its 10th birthday at the Auckland Botanic Gardens, has truly carved itself a place in the heart of art...

Laumape before Sonny Bill

I find it incredulous that some rugby scribes believed Sonny Bill Williams would be the answer to the All Blacks backline woes for Saturday’s...

Push, push

What an exciting time it was in the lead up to Christmas as we launched the new SOUTH. The excitement has continued with the...

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