Connecting communities through art

Art brings communities together. Nothing illustrates it more than people from ages five to 70 adding colour to a giant pop-up mural of the cityscape at Sylvia Park Shopping Centre on Thursday morning.

‘Good Kiwi comedy’ ahead at HLT

Audiences heading along to Howick Little Theatre's final play for the year this week can expect a night full of laughter. Book Ends, written by...

Best mates fighting for survival

What are the chances of two best mates in college meeting up after many years and discussing everything under the sun except that they...

World-class Elvis tribute artists to perform

The 10th Anniversary of Elvis in the Gardens will be held on Sunday March 3 at the Auckland Botanic Gardens from 10am --6.30 pm...

Culture Night another hit

Pakuranga College hosted its annual celebration of cultural diversity in a colourful explosion of music and dance on Thursday July 25. As one of...

Art Salon invites artists of different genres

With a vision to make it an artistic and cultural hub, the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple in Flat Bush rolled out yet another...

Botany Downs win Stage Challenge

Botany Downs Secondary College has taken out first place in the Stage Challenge RAW Division with their performance Endangered species. The Stage Challenge is New...

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...


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