Ugly learns to celebrate his differences

A delightful tale of self worth is coming to Uxbridge these school holidays with a very special Ruske Performing Arts (RPA) musical adaptation of...

People’s Choice presentation

Following the end of the Estuary Art and Ecology Prize, votes were counted for the People's Choice Award and, incredibly, two artworks are selected...

Upcycle Market a success

The Spring Beachlands Upcycle Market was a great success, with many activities and stalls geared towards upcycling resources into amazing products. Young entrepreneurs had their...

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...

Festival celebrating full moon and cultural diversity

It’s one of Asia’s biggest celebrations and now local residents get to enjoy an evening of culture and tradition at Howick’s first Moon Festival. Howick...

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...

Pop art comes live on pots

It’s `Not just another pretty face’.  That’s the series of mosaic pop art, American artist Danielle Fernandez is currently working on. Interpreting the works of...

Surreal, twisted and pure fantasy

It’s ok not to know where you belong, says international urban artist and graphic designer of Swiss and Thai heritage. “I am a third culture...

Review: Nunsense The Mega Musical

What: Nunsense The Mega Musical When: August 4-18 Where: Harlequin Musical Theatre, 563 Pakuranga Road Review by: Reg Michaels and Pauline Hadley The cast of Harlequin Musical Theatre's...

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...

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