`Sultan’ of Bollywood woos Indian Kiwis in Auckland

  Fame is heady. It’s intoxicating. When the Times got an invite for a one-on-one interview with one of Bollywood’s biggest and highest paid film stars...

Calling all budding musicians

Uxbridge Arts & Culture is hosting a showcase evening, giving musicians the perfect platform to share their musical aptitude on stage for Howick to...

Murder at Howick Historical Village

There's a murder mystery at Howick Historical Village - a fictional one at least - and The Brokenwood Mysteries team is here to figure...

Barbershop City of Sails seeks new talent

  The energy and passion of the all-male City of Sails Barbershop Chorus is easy to see. In fact, it shone through right from the...

Bringing the Howick hills alive with local talent

The Howick hills are well and truly humming with The Sound of Music. The upcoming production at the Harlequin Theatre has more than 75 per...

Photographic group after new members

When life gets blurry, adjust your focus For those ‘easties’ who have always wanted to try their hand at photography or those amateur shutterbugs who...

Mystery thriller: Holmes for the holidays

THEATRE  American playwright Ken Ludwig has written around 30 highly successful plays – among them The Beaux Stratagem, Lend Me a Tenor, and Shakespeare in...

More books for children – inspiring young minds

Keeping children occupied has been a challenge for many of us of late but books can certainly help. Whether purchased as e-books or ordered...

Young musos set to square off at NZ Junior Piano Competition

The country's best young musicians will battle it out for supremacy at the prestigious NZ Junior Piano Competition. Four east Auckland school pupils are among...

Ladies, hammer and workshop humour

Grab your gal pals and make sure you get yourself along to the Howick Little Theatre for ‘The Pink Hammer’, directed by Patricia Wichman. The...


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