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Future looks bright for Whanganui opera. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
"It's about all the great things that Māori are." Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Theatre, dance, comedy and music - numerous events are coming to Auckland.
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A Wellington gallery has seen one of the best years it's ever had.
New York Times: The slogan's evolution exposes a deepening polarisation in France.
Imam of Christchurch mosque speaks out against 'hate speech' scrawled outside site
William Dart reviews NZTrio's final concert of the year.
97 people were interviewed, including current and former employees of Lyttelton Port Co.
Wellington's key venues are being used at half their capacity and are not fit for purpose.
"When I put on a shirt and blazer, my whole way of being changes," Sally-ann Moffat says.
The festival makes a return in March 2021.
The Basement's newest Christmas show sees the long-running tradition reach new heights
Cryptic note offers tantalising clue: 'Who will ever say that it was by my hand?'
MacDonald's project, Ngā Wai, is a poetic work inspired by the sacred waters of Wāimarama.
"As soon as we put it up, the atmosphere in the room changed."
Hawke's Bay chef wins prestigious competition.
A big problem, in a big space, in the grandest hilltop building in Auckland is now fixed.
The annual Basement Christmas show promises to avoid any Covid-19 jokes.
Andrew Joyce's opening cello concerto was anything but an earthbound experience
Silo Theatre's latest production boldly tackles mental health with a smile.
Police design branded hijab as part of front line uniform, to be worn first by Zeena Ali