What's On: Tami Neilson - Songs of Feminism in Country Music
Country singer Tami Neilson is performing a set of feminist country songs for the Hawke's Bay Art Festival in October.
What's On: Rapaura Springs Bloom in the Boom
Rapaura Springs Bloom in the Boom, NZ’s premier garden event, is a springtime celebration of Marlborough's stunning landscape, showcasing the very best the region has to offer with a range of garden tours, workshops and social events.
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What's On: 5 reasons to visit Taranaki this spring
The beautiful gardens of the Taranaki Garden Festival are just one blooming good reason to visit Taranaki this spring.
What's On: 5 reasons to participate in Oxfam Trailwalker
The well-known charity walk has announced it’s moving to Taranaki and is due to make its debut in the stunning New Plymouth region during 20-21 March, 2021.
What's On: Dentons Kensington Swan presents Back on the Boards
Back on the Boards celebrates Auckland Theatre Company’s return to the stage with three great theatre productions playing at ASB Waterfront Theatre, 3-20 September.
Awards shortlist packed with books that offer Kiwi children the escape of stories
Today’s announcement of the finalists for the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults reveals an abundance of incredible storytelling for Kiwi kids to immerse themselves in.
What's On: Ruth Pretty at Home
The Ruth Pretty team has created a set of Ruth Pretty favourite home meals which can be ordered online.
Plan your future holiday in Rotorua
Start planning a future holiday in Rotorua when travel restrictions have lifted.
Bostock Brothers named Supreme Champion at 2020 Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards
A family-run business producing premium poultry is the Supreme Champion in the 2020 Outstanding New Zealand Food Producer Awards.
Explore historic terrain on The Old Ghost Road
Where once miners dug for gold and glory in the hills above the Buller Gorge, now hikers and bikers discover new depths on the longest dual trail in the country.