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: Bonnie and Clyde

It takes a lot for a vocal performance to give me goosebumps - and yet it happened several times over during Harlequin Musical Theatre's...

Dial M for Murder

Tension. That’s what audiences can expect at Howick Little Theatre’s latest production, Dial M for Murder. The psychological thriller, directed by Alex Gleed, focuses on...

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...

Unique Easter exhibition reflects on universal themes

By Nathan Morton Pakuranga College student With Easter almost upon us , it’s a time for families to take a break from their busy lives and...

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...

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...

Dance teacher becomes inventor of new game

Howick dance teacher Claire Sciascia’s game Scatterbones is set to be distributed on a global scale. After 23 years of teaching dance, local resident Claire...

Cultural fiesta brings communities together

There was such a festive atmosphere as hundreds of  people celebrated Chinese Lunar New Year with great gusto at the Botany Town Centre on...

Jaye’s Dance Troupes take home gold

A local dance troupe is revelling in the success of their recent trip to compete in the Aussie Gold International Championships. Jaye’s Dance Senior Troupe...