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Millions of irreplaceable and invaluable natural history specimens could be lost if Te Papa Tongarewa goes ahead with the its proposed job cuts, scientists fear.
Plenty of French soul is filling the walls of Square Edge Community Arts Centre with depictions of buildings that have stood the test of time.
Welsh comedian and actor Rob Brydon, MBE, is set to tour New Zealand, bringing his show I Am Standing Up to both Auckland and Wellington in 2019.
A new lick of paint, some bright lights and a sea creature or two are making a difference to Rongotai's subway tunnel.
A new theatre company is taking to the Palmerston North stage and, as Carly Thomas found out, it's all about the kids.
Festival director extraordinaire Sue Paterson has died, aged 65, following a long battle with cancer.
OPINION: Announcing a $15 million dollop of government funding for public media Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran made the claim that, "public media in New Zealand is poorly funded" adding the $216 million currently allocated to broadcasting this financial year "is clearly inadequate".
Barry Pilcher's private art collection doesn't come into the public domain very often and so an exhibition of 60 of his contemporary works will be quite an outing.
REVIEW: Duck, Death & the Tulip by acclaimed writer/illustrator Wolf Erlbruch, is a beautiful and unsettling children's picture book which can be enjoyed by all ages.
Te reo Māori should be compulsory in schools if New Zealand wants to progress as a diverse country, a veteran actor says.
Artists will flock to Palmerston North this week to display and sell their artwork at the annual Manawatū Art Expo.
NZSO National Youth Orchestra, conducted by Jaime Martin with Todd Gibson-Cornish (bassoon). Music by de Falla, Jolivet, Carr and Stravinsky. Michael Fowler Centre, July 6. Reviewed by John Button.