Exquisite works of art on a plate

Around 40 chefs from five countries competed for two days at the International 2017 New Zealand Master Chef challenge held at the Fresh Factory—a...

Art festival to showcase local talent

It is the first time that Te Tuhi and Uxbridge Arts and Culture have come together to draw on local creative talent and give...

Wassenaar’s Unplugged wins Estuary prize

The winners of the 2018 Estuary Art and Ecology Prize have been selected by judge Paul Brobbel and are currently on display in Malcolm...

Grand opening of new development at Botany Town Centre

The recent unveiling of the first stage of the $78 million development at Botany Town Centre lived up to the hoopla and excitement as...

Time to step up for Uxbridge

By Jami-Lee Ross One of my proudest moments last year was seeing the opening of the newly redeveloped Uxbridge Arts Centre. It was a long haul...

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'...

Review: Dial M for Murder at HLT

When director Alex Gleed described Howick Little Theatre's latest play as a psychological thriller with lots of subtext, I wondered if I'd be able...

WIN a double pass to Manukau Symphony Orchestra

Award-winning conductor Ray Chan will be back on home turf next week for the Manukau Symphony Orchestra’s (MSO) 25th anniversary. The Macleans College alumni will...

Farewell exhibition for local artist Tony Clarke

After 16 years spent teaching hundreds of students and staging numerous student exhibitions from his Pakuranga studio, Tony Clarke is on the move. To mark...

Smokefree Rockquest 2017 – Auckland heats preview

Every band needs a name and Knickers in a Twist and Rain Dance Maggie are just a couple of inventive titles from from Auckland...