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Big finale for Femme choir

SOUTHLAND Girls' High School choir Femme is heading to Auckland to perform at the Big Sing national finale from August 24 to 26. The school's...

A day to capture the moment

IN a world where millions of pictures are uploaded every minute, World Photo Day is an event designed to inspire photographers across the planet...

Streetcar takes the stage

IT'S been 70 years since A Streetcar Named Desire first took the stage and instantly became a classic. Repertory Invercargill will present a community theatre...

Art alive and well

TWO winners were unveiled at the fourth annual South Alive South of the Tracks exhibition opening on Saturday, with another to be announced after...

Killer Queen performance launches career

HE was the champion of Stars In Their Eyes in 2000 and now, 17 years later, Gary Mullen is still regularly stepping out on...

Rhys Darby’s on a mystical journey

YOU may know him as the ineffective but lovable "Murray the manager" from the television comedy series Flight of the Conchords, or for his...

Leaping from the page to the stage

THE pages of author Eric Carle's beloved stories are jumping on to the stage in Invercargill next week. The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show and Other...

Preparing to party

SINGER-songwriter Chanelle Davis is celebrating the release of her first children's album – and children throughout the country are invited to the party. Originally from...

Trombone takes centre stage

AN engaging and entertaining trombone concert will be performed in Invercargill this month. Trombone Evolution features six professional trombonists, Douglas Cross, Tim Sutton, Mark Close,...

Entries open for Dan Davin Awards

IT'S time to start typing with just over two weeks to submit an entry for this year's Dan Davin Awards Short Story Writing Competition. With...
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