Opening the floor to men’s issues

A Tauranga conference is highlighting the hard issues that males have to deal with in the workforce. This is the second year that the Working with Men conference has been running in Tauranga and focuses on issues, such as, abuse, suicide, porn addiction,... Read More

Artist re-invents her work

An artist's move to the Coromandel transformed her style in her latest exhibition Retrospective. Charlotte Giblin's art exhibition, Retrospective is a snapshot in time of her journey of new beginnings in a new country, a new town (Whitianga)... Read More

What’s On: Silent Cinema

Put your dapper outfit on and be sent back in time to the roaring 20s for a silent cinema experience. Night Owl Cinema and Baycourt are presenting a Silent Cinema – Charlie Chaplin's The Circus at the Baycourt Community and... Read More

Young rockers set to shine

They're talented, tuned up and ready to perform in towns from Auckland to Dunedin - 14 Bay of Plenty bands will battle it out at the Rockshop Bandquest Bay of Plenty, this Saturday at Otumoetai College. The Bay of Plenty event is a part of a nationwide... Read More

Rotorua artist’s holistic approach

A Rotorua artist who has a holistic approach to fashion is set to hold her first solo show at New Zealand Fashion Week later this month.  The collection by 29-year-old designer Adrienne Whitewood (Rongowhakaata) titled Tā (meaning ‘to print')... Read More

Judges announced for 3D art award

The judges have been announced for the 2018 Molly Morpeth Canaday Award 3D, which will be presented by the Whakatane Museum and Arts. Dunedin-based artist Scott Eady and 2016 Molly Morpeth Canaday Award 3D winner Jasmine te Hira will the judge the pre-selection... Read More

Does sexuality really matter?

The deputy principal taught Pana Hema-Taylor at Aranui High School in Christchurch – sensed a talent and steered the young man away from the fringes of the Mongrel Mob towards an acting career. That showed foresight and conviction. Now framed images... Read More

What’s On? Live Music

Who else can smell a hint of spring in the air? The last few days have been much warmer than usual for August, and today the forecast high is for a balmy 17 degrees, with an overnight low of 10 degrees. With only a few showers predicted for late afternoon/evening,... Read More

Search on for NZ's tastiest snarler

Judgement time is drawing nearer for butchers as the hunt is on for the nation's best tasting sausage. Sausage makers from all around New Zealand are perfecting their recipes and preparing to send entries into this year's Great New Zealand... Read More

Trustpower manager's work recognised

A Tauranga-based Trustpower manager has been announced the Young Energy Professional of the Year at the 2017 Deloitte Energy Excellence Awards. Manager of strategy and regulation Dr James Tipping received the award for his stand out work and achievements... Read More

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