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Southland artworkon the world stage

SOUTHLAND artists enjoyed international exposure at the Affordable Art Fair in Melbourne last week. Southland artist and Chiaroni Gallery director Greg McDonald said talks were...

Stars rock the night away

THE night was rocking as seasoned rock 'n' rollers danced their celebrity partners around the floor at the ILT Stadium Southland on Saturday. Into its...

Musos head to theatre

HIT songs are set to hit the right note with patrons at the Southland Musicians Club's theatre restaurant Taking on the World later this...

Nature inspires youngsters’ art

THE 10th anniversary 2019 Polyfest Art Exhibition is a "master class" in celebrating the art of Southland's youth. Hosted by Miharo, the annual exhibition attracted...

Treasured win for artist

HECTOR'S dolphin, kakapo, moa – Going, Going, Gone – artist Gemma Baldock's choker with linked charms made from collaged layers of textured and coloured...

Emotional journey for author

WRITING her memoirs has been an emotional journey for Invercargill author Storm Reece. Reece, who writes under the pseudonym Catherine Taylor, has released her first...

Queens head south for night of fashion and fun

''BIG hair, fabulous fashion, great dance numbers and risque comedy." That is what the public can expect to see at Queens Go South! in Invercargill...

Skill level amazes awards panel

DESIGNS at this year's MLT Hokonui Fashion Design Awards ranged from the elegant and eminently wearable to the avant-garde. Held at the Gore Town &...

Rock ‘n’ rollers dance up a storm

Dancers Caitlin Van Miltenburg and Quinn Robins practise their dance moves during the lunch break at the Invercargill Rock 'n' Roll Club club championships...

Southland art showcased on world stage

SOUTHLAND artist Greg McDonald's groundbreaking digital artwork is capturing international attention. McDonald, of Chiaroni Gallery has been invited to show his digital portrait Generation X...
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