Art & Entertainment

A Rose-coloured view of the world

ROSE Zyskowski has always had a particular and unique view of the world. Now she wants to share this with her community through her photography. The...

Rare event recalled by loose change

IF this year has taught us anything, it is that things don’t always go to plan. But as this French franc reminds us, failed ventures...

Review – Last Legs

Last Legs Repertory Invercargill October 13-17 Directed by Jonathan Tucker I SAW a potential vision of the future last week. Last Legs, a truly hilarious comedy, set in The...

Baa-rilliant adventure for Otautau illustrator

SOUTHLAND illustrator Zerika van Jaarsveld's latest picture book is close to her heart. A sheep's-eye view of the nativity story, it explored what might have...

Miniature charm to appeal at annual model train show

FOR the first time, the "Mercedes-Benz of model trains" will be available to buy at the Model Train Show in Invercargill this weekend. toottoot.co.nz owner...

Quilters to show off their work

QUILTS from throughout New Zealand will be on display at this year's Quilts & Cake exhibition held in Winton during Labour Weekend. Hosted by the...

Art trail celebrates city centre murals

THE grand opening of the CBD Art Trail was held last Saturday, which also marked the first day of the CBD Art Trail Scavenger...

Museum to open soon

A HUGE relief has been felt by the team involved in the new Rakiura Heritage Centre, on Stewart Island, as an opening date of...

Environmental art nets award

LESA Hepburn's Ghost Net/Jaring Hantu, created by raranga (a traditional form of plaiting using fingers), and fixed to a stretched canvas, was declared the...

Crazy times

Will Francessca and Pete make it to the altar? Will Norm find love? Will Ramone (Paul Bremmer, pictured) ever get it together? To find out,...
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