Art & Entertainment

Preserving legacy of Chinese miners

AS the saying goes, there are two sides to every story. As I discovered recently, there are also two sides to every mining licence. The...

Capturing the old city spirit

IN various states of emptiness, desolation and vacancy, art photographer Adrienne Martyn captured the essence of the former Cambridge Pl Arcade, resulting in the...

Army band reschedules concerts

THE New Zealand Army Band may not have performed in the south this week due to a shift in Covid-19 alert levels, but it...

Budding artist

Artist and James Hargest College Year 9 pupil Sophie McElhinney (13) stands in front of her almost completed artwork Woman in Hijab on the...

IMTC seeks actors for ‘Les Mis’

THE Invercargill Musical Theatre Company (IMTC) is on the lookout for various actors for its production of Les Miserables. IMTC vice-president Bernadette Gourley said the...

NZSO to treat Invercargill

THE New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO)/Te Tira Puoro o Aotearoa comes to Invercargill next Thursday to perform an exciting selection of music inspired by...

Out of the ashes

IN 1894, future Prime Minister Thomas Mackenzie looked at the vast landscape of snow-capped peaks, awe-inspiring fiords, and icy lakes nestled in tussock in...

Film buffs well catered for

THE Invercargill Film Society has launched this year's season at SIT Centrestage Theatre. Founded more than 30 years ago, the society screened a variety of...

Comic brings high-energy show to south

Likening himself to a dog with zoomies, internationally renowned comedian, musician and actor Bill Bailey is set to hit the southern stage in March....

Plastic takes centrestage in community art project

CLEAN plastic waste is wanted for an innovative community art project. He Waka Tuia Art + Museum co-manager Sarah Brown said there were five collection...
The South Today

The South Today
News Bulletin

Available on demand click here from 7pm every weekday

Advertisement