Call for Symposium:

Mapping the Anthropocene in tepoti/Dunedin: climate change, community and research in the creative arts

Posted: Wednesday December 18, 2019

Genealogist one of NZs foremost due to huge effort

Posted: Tuesday December 17, 2019

On our best behaviour

We need to change and change big. Environmental psychology can help, Dr Wokje Abrahamse says. Tom McKinlay tries to get his head around it.

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019

On closer inspection

The small and overlooked becomes larger than life in Suus Agnes Claessen's art, writes Tom McKinlay.

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019

Securing the future

Ngai Tahus takiwa encompasses the dry Canterbury Plains, the wet West Coast and sun-baked Marlborough. Kaiwhakahaere Lisa Tumahai tells Tom McKinlay about the iwis strategy to tackle climate change in these diverse landscapes.

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019

Time for action

As we hit the critical decade in the effort to curb planetary heating, it might just be that we're ready to act, writes Tom McKinlay.

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019

Expert Feature: Jane Austen

Posted: Monday December 16, 2019

Masters Games Opportunity

The Masters Games kick off on the 1st of February 2020. We are looking for a PR person to join our team from 28 January to 11 February 2020. The role of PR during the week is to generate publicity that will influence awareness, perception and knowledge of the Games.

Posted: Friday December 13, 2019

Hospital showcases southern artworks

Posted: Thursday December 12, 2019

Christmas tree adorned with care

The Regent Theatre Christmas tree is bursting with colour, including 100 Hospice baubles

Posted: Wednesday December 11, 2019

Just announced... the judges for the 2020 Awards.

Learn more about them here...

Posted: Wednesday December 11, 2019

Guide for grieving wins award

Posted: Tuesday December 10, 2019

New from Ad Hoc Fiction | the everrumble

A poetic imagining of intense focus and sweeping ideas, Zetties story is fluid and in motion, transcending geographies and time. Magical and beyond boundaries, this collection focuses on small moments, taking Zettie, and the reader, to the place where human history began.

Posted: Monday December 9, 2019

Excerpts from The Church That Is Not There

there should not be one single church left within the borders of Soviet Russia, and the idea of God will have been banished from the Soviet Union ~ Joseph Stalin

Posted: Sunday December 8, 2019

Theatrical Quality Acknowledged

Posted: Thursday December 5, 2019

Keepers of History has been selected for the Auckland Libraries Top 100 list. Congratulations!

We're thrilled to announce Keepers of History has been selected for the Auckland Libraries Top 100 list. Congratulations!

Posted: Thursday December 5, 2019

Forty artist scholarships on offer for groundbreaking conference

People dont have time to listen to anyone anymore, Lemi Ponifasio tells me in a crowded Auckland cafe humming with happy hour enthusiasts. The problem we have is our lack of depth. We need to listen to each other deeply. To hear from the depths of other peoples experiences.

Posted: Wednesday December 4, 2019

New Zealand Author

Issue 319 | Summer 2019

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

The 2019 Takah Monica Taylor Poetry Prize Short List

With warm congratulations to our own Jilly OBrien for her shortlisted poem Laying drainage ditches.

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

Will I walk again?

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019


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