Memories of Howick

Under the cool shade of a gazebo on a hot autumn day, an east Auckland artist has finished painting Howick Beach in all its...

Exciting changes at Classy Crafts Market

Classy Crafts Market re-opens on Saturday under new conveners, Mel and Cathy Hawley. "Mel and Cathy have been regular stallholders at Classy Crafts Market for...

‘Come and be inspired’

The Art Lounge NZ is set to open their upcoming exhibition next week, where artwork will be made more beautiful on the walls and...

Polyfest gets underway

The ASB Polyfest is back at Manukau Sports Bowl from today until Saturday, with schools and student performers excited to be part of this...

Police moving away from petrol engines

Blomfield’s (Darren Blomfield) latest cartoon follows a news story in the Times on March 16 about police soon starting operational testing of hybrid frontline...

Shout out to music lovers

Music lovers are encouraged to take a browse through hundreds of vinyl records that will be on display this weekend. East FM, a local radio...

Submissions open for Estuary Art and Ecology Award

Uxbridge Arts and Culture is inviting artists to participate in the upcoming Estuary Art and Ecology Award. In its 16th year, the prestigious environmentally-themed award...

Helping young stars shine

Susanne Dell and Lynnette Leggett are preparing the next generation of talented young Kiwi performers for careers on stage and screen. The experienced pair behind...

Ata Koia!

Te Tuhi's latest and exciting exhibition is set to open this Saturday. Ata Koia, based on the Maori saying inspiring an ambience of wonder or...

Stage play delivers dark romance

A dramatic adaptation of British author Daphne du Maurier's popular novel My Cousin Rachel is about to hit an east Auckland theatre's stage. Howick Little Theatre's...

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