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The quest for friendship is a well-trodden path in children's literature, but few picture books tackle the themes of introversion and anxiety, says Nelson author and illustrator Holly Dunn.
No doubt about it, Chicago's got class and all that jazz. This outstanding production left its capacity audience cheering for more and then some.
REVIEW: Les MisÃ©rables stands apart from its contemporaries as the musical that defines all others of its generation and this production would rank as the best of the three I have seen.
REVIEW: This was meant to be one of the exhibitions coming to Te Manawa in Palmerston North, but the closure put us off the schedule in its tour of the region, from first being shown at the Whanganui Museum (the home of the collector). But it runs not so far afield, at Aratoi Museum of Art and History in Masterton.
The campaign to link the community with music is a step closer after an art auction that's expected to raise $50,000 for Wellington's Town Hall national music centre.
Te Papa's archives have grown by three new items: each one personally give by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Massey University's latest artist in residence has become enamoured of Palmerston North, Carly Thomas reports.
For nearly four decades Jennifer Ward-Lealand has performed on screens, across stages and behind-the scenes in all manner of theatre roles.
Anyone who parks next to UCOL's catering and hospitality building in Palmerston North will notice an unequivocal message, that art is for everyone.
One of the biggest critics of New Plymouth's most controversial institution has been converted into a fan.