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 don’t 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 people’s experiences.”

Posted: Wednesday December 4, 2019

New Zealand Author

Issue 319 | Summer 2019

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

The 2019 Takahē Monica Taylor Poetry Prize Short List

With warm congratulations to our own Jilly O’Brien for her shortlisted poem Laying drainage ditches.

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

“Will I walk again?”

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

Circles

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

Dreaming with my body

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

Menstruation, myth, and medicine

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

Te Tahua Whakatinana Papakāinga | Lottery Community | Grants that help improve the quality of people’s lives in their communities

Lottery Community grants are available for not-for-profit organisations with a community or social service focus for ongoing operating costs or projects which help improve the quality of people’s lives in their communities.

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

Become a refugee support volunteer and support new Kiwis as they resettle in your community

Our refugee support volunteers do an extraordinary job and are a core part of the services we offer to former refugees.

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

HAPPY FIFTH BIRTHDAY OTEPOTI HE PUNA AUAHA | DUNEDIN UNESCO CITY OF LITERATURE!

Check out this beautiful festival of pink on the Ground Floor, Dunedin City Library courtesy of the wonderful Jill Bowie!

Posted: Monday December 2, 2019

Julie gives the Dark Destroyer his 10,000 names in braille sash!

When the opportunity came along to go to the Kensington Tavern here in Dunedin to meet the Dark Destroyer, Shaun Wallace, from the Chase, I certainly said “why not!”

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2019

WRITER - Winning words from the University of Otago’s inaugural creative writing competition

In 2019, the University of Otago held a creative writing competition as part of the University’s 150th celebrations.

Posted: Monday November 18, 2019

Heritage work excellence to be celebrated

Posted: Saturday November 16, 2019

Manus Island refugee Behrouz Boochani not seeking NZ asylum - for now

Prominent Kurdish-Iranian refugee Behrouz Boochani, who landed in New Zealand last night, will not seek asylum here for now but will look at it later as a possibility.

Posted: Friday November 15, 2019

Ian Cross, celebrated Listener editor, 1925-2019

The former Listener editor turned around a magazine going through turbulent times – which he discussed in a previously unpublished 2014 interview.

Posted: Friday November 15, 2019

Call for Auditions

A unique opportunity for actors to engage with and present the work of one of the 20th century’s most colossal yet controversial literary figures. D. H. LAWRENCE’S 1922 short story “THE FOX” in a world premiere of a new stage adaptation.

Posted: Monday November 11, 2019


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