Three new exhibitions at Polish Museum

Come visit us at 125 Elliot Street, behind Liquorland. '1918-2018 Poland 100 Years'. 2018 is a special year in the history of Poland. Poland was...

Macleans production goes all-out feline

By Nathan Morton It’s one of the most well-known musicals of all time – a production watched and beloved by many. Now, locals will be given...

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...

Comedy stars on the scene

He’s been on the Australian, UK and New Zealand comedy circuits for years, and now the talented Jesse Griffin is bringing his expertise to...

Feet tapping to rhythmic beats

She was just three-years-old when Isabelle Fox first put on her tap dancing shoes, and she hasn't stopped dancing since. Winning around 40 dance trophies...

NZ musicians standing against trafficking in Auckland

Award-winning singer-songwriters are joining forces to combat human trafficking at two Auckland gigs in July. Holly Arrowsmith, New Zealand Tui Award 'Best Folk Album 2016'...

Board throws Uxbridge $35,000 lifeline

Three months after the Uxbridge Arts and Culture Centre made a desperate plea for help to stay afloat, the Howick Local Board has agreed...

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...

Theatre Preview: Cynthia Fortitude meets Rugby World Cup

If laughing until your cheeks hurt is how you like your musical theatre, you won’t want to miss Cynthia Fortitude’s Farewell – Her Second coming...

Home Show pipped to be best yet

The Auckland Home Show returns this week at ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane and runs through till Sunday, with more than 50,000 visitors expected to visit...