Young filmmakers sought for Silent Film Festival

  Young filmmakers are encouraged to get out their cameras but leave the mic at home as New Zealand submissions open for the International Youth... Read More

Entries open for 2020 Smokefreerockquest

Online entries are now open for the Smokefreerockquest and Smokefree Tangata Beats On Screen for 2020. For the last 32 years, Smokefreerockquest has... Read More

Bay Dreams first line-up announced

  Grammy-award winning Flume is set to headline Bay Dreams 2021, alongside Pendulum Trinity and Peking Duk.   Organisers says acts from... Read More

Corben Simpson - a rock legend comes out to play

  I met Corben Simpson last year, backstage at Maurice Greer’s concert. Quietly blending in behind the scenes, he was helping out as Mr Human... Read More

Tauranga player wins Powerball Second Division

One lucky player from Tauranga won Powerball Second Division on Saturday night, taking their total winnings to $31,607. The winning Powerball Second... Read More

What’s on – markets, museum, climbing

  Good morning! Kia ora te ra whakamiharo. Oha atu ki tetahi hoa hou.   Today’s weather is looking cloudy with showers ahead becoming... Read More

Gourmet travel tales with Peta Mathias

Travel tales and saucy love stories come together in a Tauranga event that is set to reignite passions for gourmet food and adventure. Respected chef,... Read More

What‘s on - dancing, rugby, and dog training

Good morning!  Morena koutou. Kia ora te ra whakamiharo. Expect a fine morning with light winds, followed by cloudy periods. It’s a three-layer-clothing... Read More

Come have a go at sailing

  For those who want to try their hand at radio-controlled model yacht racing, the place to be is behind Monterey Key in Papamoa, where Dusty Waddell... Read More

Music man Brian Cotter‘s last hoorah

The self-professed music man has one last show in him and it’s really only stairs getting in his way. Brian Cotter has been an announcer for Village... Read More

Govt makes fund to help save local events and jobs

The Government has established a new $10 million fund for the domestic events sector to help save jobs and protect incomes as it recovers from the impacts... Read More

Government invests $73m in screen sector

Thousands of Kiwi jobs and investment in New Zealand productions will be protected through a screen sector support package announced by the government... Read More

STEMFest wins event excellence in community awards

Tauranga STEM Festival (STEMFest) has been announced as the winner of the Event Excellence Award in the TECT Community Awards. The first event of its... Read More

NZ and Japanese schools share classes online

New Zealand high school students are having conversations in Japanese with students at high schools in Tokyo. This international language-exchange pilot... Read More

Matariki Workshops at The Incubator

Floral art, weaving, carving, drawing, making poi and exploring plant-based recipes are just some of the topics being covered in Matariki-themed workshops... Read More