Artist forges ahead with virtual exhibition

  A Mount Maunganui artist is launching their virtual exhibition ‘The Basaloid Project’ through the Incubator Creative Hub this week.... Read More

Laughter is the best medicine

For Karen and Michael Kessell laughter goes a long way. The Aongatete couple have taken it upon themselves to lighten up the neighbourhood with their... Read More

American violinist to stream into NZ homes

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra’s second at-home performance will feature a special guest appearance by acclaimed American violinist Shana Douglas... Read More

Bellevue bear hunt a successful support for kids

Residents in the Tauranga suburb of Bellevue are getting behind the nationwide teddy bear hunt to keeps kids entertained during the coronavirus lockdown. Chanchal... Read More

NZSO bringing music to Kiwis at home

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra will take the stage tonight, but this time audience members will be watching from the comfort of their own homes.... Read More

$1 million win for one lucky Strike player

It will be a night to remember for one lucky Strike player from Ruakaka after winning $1 million with Strike Four in Saturday night’s Strike Must... Read More

NZSO to livestream free performance to all of NZ

  The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra will livestream a free performance from Wellington’s Michael Fowler Centre to all of New Zealand next... Read More

Starlink string of pearls crosses sky tonight

Bay of Plenty residents had an opportunity last night for a very clear viewing of the recently launched Starlink5 satellites as they soared overhead... Read More

Entertainment shut down

The Bay of Plenty events calendar is looking pretty thin as organisers heed advice to shut down public gatherings. The COVID-19 outbreak is now a pandemic... Read More

What‘s on - Rhodesian museum, blueberries and art

Kia ora and welcome to Saturday. Morena koutou! Me koa te ra. Today we are expecting a mainly fine day with southeasterlies, gradually tending northerly,... Read More

What we can learn from David Ross

He was dubbed the Bernie Madoff of New Zealand – in reference to the New York fraudster serving 150 years. And a judge described him as “a... Read More

St Patrick‘s Day in Greerton Village

Greerton Village Square took on a touch of Irish for St Patrick's Day celebrations with all ages taking part in the festivities. Children and adults... Read More

Tauranga‘s National Jazz Festival cancelled

Following the Prime Minister's announcement that all gatherings of 500 or more people be cancelled amid coronavirus fears, organisers of the National... Read More

Gatherings of 500 or more people will not go ahead

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Cabinet has agreed today that gatherings of 500 or more people in New Zealand - held outdoors or indoors - will not... Read More

Powerball player scores $7.5 million

A lucky Powerball player from Christchurch will be celebrating after scoring themselves $7.5 million with Powerball First Division in Saturday night’s... Read More