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New book uncovers remarkable journey of young Maori man

The life and experiences of one of our most prominent pre-Treaty Māori travellers is the subject of new book. Professor Alison Jones of the University of Auckland and Kuni Jenkins have written Tuai: A Traveller in Two Worlds.

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Youngsters schooled by world famous photographer

Their eyes are sparkling and their grins are wide - and they are all over the walls of Hastings City Art Gallery.

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Light Nelson to return in 2018

Nelson’s biennial winter festival, Light Nelson, will be back in 2018, with artists now being asked to send their ideas for light installations to ...

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Auaha release debut album

On 21 June, Auaha, released their album Te Pari o Auahatanga, The Flood of Inspiration.

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NZ Art Show breaks it's own record

More than 10,000 art lovers descended on the capital city over Queen’s Birthday Weekend for the 2017 NZ Art Show held at the TSB Bank Arena on ...

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Featherston joins the Boomerang Bags movement

Saturday 1 July marks the start of Plastic Free July and it’s also when Featherston supermarket shoppers can ditch their plastic bag for a free ...

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Cannes trifecta of winners take top slots at NZ International Film Festival

Palme d’Or winner The Square will screen at the opening night in Auckland on July 20.

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Colour and culture combine for school holiday fun

Sport Bay of Plenty’s Virtually on Track initiative is inviting families to colour their world these school holidays in an educational and interactive explorer challenge that highlights nature’s colours.

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Photo exhibition explores tattoo culture

Third year applied arts student Tracy Sexton is majoring in photography at Whitireia Porirua.

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Smokefree Pacifica Beats 2017 Auckland finals results

Joining forces to create a big band soul funk sound paid off for Blessed from Manurewa High School who took out the Auckland regional final of ...

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SFRQ - Wairarapa final results

Alternative band ‘red wall’ from Wairarapa College took out the regional final of Smokefreerockquest in front of an enthusiastic crowd at the ...

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SFRQ- Wellington finals results

Indie rock band Retrospect from Onslow College took out the Wellington regional final of Smokefreerockquest in front of a crowd of 350 at Wellington Opera House on Friday night. Guitarist Ian Moore puts the band’s win down to a lot of practice.

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SFRQ Canterbury finals results

With a name inspired by a sandwich at Tekapo café Run 76, Christ’s College pop-funk- rock five piece, Run77, took out the Canterbury regional final of Smokefreerockquest at The Foundry on Friday night.

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Winter Reading Challenge at the Invercargill Public Library

The annual Winter Reading Challenge is back this July at the Invercargill Public Library. This year it is open to all ages. After taking a break in 2016 the challenge is returning to the successful 2015 format.

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Local businesses help make Lower Hutt light show extra special

Lower Hutt businesses are joining Hutt City Council to deliver HighLight: Carnival of Lights later this year. Coming this Labour Weekend in October, Highlight will transform Riddiford Garden in central Lower Hutt into a wonderland of brilliant light ...

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Matariki meets Mt Albert - on its way to Alberton

A diverse range of Mt Albert artists and designers will join together as part of an exciting art exhibition at Alberton to mark Matariki.

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Book extract: International migration: the great trade-off

An extract from Fair Borders? Migration Policy in the 21st Century, edited by David Hall.

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Interactive exhibition set to build our city and our communities

Come along to the #wellynextdoor exhibition opening at the Wellington Museum Flux space next week, as we start building a paper version of our city - with every picture telling a different story.

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Skinny Hobos unleash blistering new single ‘Suburban Living’

After a hectic stint of live dates around the North Island over the last 2 months, Skinny Hobos continue to push their gigantic 2-piece sound into NZ’s earholes with the release of their brand new single and accompanying video for Suburban Living, which premiered this morning through youtube.co

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Cannes winner Nicole Kidman leads lineup at NZ International Film Festival 2017

Films from 21 countries will screen at 13 centres around the country over three months.

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Wellington's week of celebrations for Matariki and Lions Series

Wellington welcomes a week of celebrations for Matariki and the DHL New Zealand Lions Series.

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Third consecutive period of growth for NZ Herald readership

The New Zealand Herald’s print and digital readership has continued its upward trajectory, and the Herald on Sunday remains the most-read Sunday ...

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Paranormal Prom for Invercargill teens

Survival is the theme of this year’s annual Paranormal Prom, which promises a night of free, fun entertainment for teens on July 1.

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Variety show to fill the Opera House with diverse local talent

Local variety show The Menagerie goes Deluxe at the historic Opera House on Saturday the 2nd of September, putting on a show as grand and as large as ...

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TAFT announces final curtain call for Tropfest NZ

TAFT announced this morning that it would not be presenting a sixth Tropfest New Zealand festival in 2018. TAFT CEO Suzanne Porter said in lieu of securing a major sponsor, the charitable trust’s Board of Trustees had made the decision not to continue to present the festival.

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VNZMA nominations open, categories changed

Nominations for the 2017 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards open today The 2017 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards are five months away, but nominations officially open today (21 June). This year also sees the implementation of some changes to the categories presented.

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Legendary boxer David Tua to inspire hundreds of Pacific men

Boxing legend David Tua will inspire hundreds of Pacific men with his personal story of anger, depression and suicidal thoughts at the historic Gathering of the 3000 event.

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