Learning to fly

In three minutes flat there were 282 registrations for a role in Peter Pan, National Youth Theatre Company's (NYTC) latest production primed for a...

Theatre Review: Now that’s a plot!

THE LADYKILLERS Genre: Comedy / Drama Directed by: Laurie Mills Reviewed by: Sarah Ellis Times rating: 4.5 stars The stage is set in Post War Britain. Mrs Wilberforce, a...

Being a teenager in the 80s

Bright costumes, big hair and even bigger music with loads of humour and talent... Mission Heights Junior College (MHJC) is set to bring an...

HCYT presents: The Insect Play

If you go down to the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise. By the woods, we mean Star of the Sea Park, and...

Howick’s blue artwork makes a stand

Something big, bright and blue has popped up in a popular Howick reserve and has received mixed reactions from the community. Just before Christmas, Howick’s...

Winning estuary entry ‘unmissable’

Congratulations to Kohl Tyler-Dunshea, first place winner of this year’s prestigious Estuary Art and Ecology Prize. The Estuary Art Awards bring together artworks by local...

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...

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...

Elim College wins Best Creative Award

Elim Christian College's Year 11 Chinese Class took home the best creative award in the Chinese Short Film Contest, hosted by International Languages Exchanges...

Quilters step up for a worthy cause

On August 25 and 26 the Fencible Quilters of Howick will be hosting a Triennial Show at the Howick Bowling Club, Sale St, Howick. Every...

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