"He was just Murray. He was very humble, and I miss him so, so much."
Devonport Arts Festival showcases the artistic, literary, poetic, musical and visual talent of its local inhabitants.
Auckland company getting former refugees working and settled in New Zealand.
Creativity centre Te Auaha is coming to Wellington and now it has its first director in Victoria Spackman.
One group of actors is taking on Shakespeare and his plays.
Watch a garden spring from a blank wall
Tauranga artist Mr G has gone to extreme lengths for his art.
Bob Burch's Arty Bees bookshops remain a beacon of light and literature after his death, writes Bess Manson.
Mayor says extra funding will take arts and culture to 'next level'.
Chloe Loftus is the first choreographer in Auckland Council's residence in a regional park programme.
Tales of greed, lust, and despair within Rembrandt display.
Hamilton's next major public artwork will be located in the heart of the city.
The Waikanae River has two new guardians, and they are turning motorists' heads.
They were taken 14 years ago, now they are back on display in Amsterdam.
Bare grey walls provide blank canvas for street art, says councillor.
Iceberg named Ernest to be projected on the Auckland Museum.
A 32-voice Welsh-style male choir from New South Wales is coming to Palmerston North.
A exhibition in Manawatu from a sea-faring painter has a nautical theme.
Drainlayer Jason Lowe says circles are his muse.
"The library is a truly unique, special place; to be treasured," - reaction on Neighbourly.co.nz to a major restructuring of Auckland Libraries.
Footnote Dance is bringing an explosion of pink, vintage chrome and live sound to the stage.
The West Bank hotel has welcomed its first guests and though there's not much of a view, it's booked out until June.
Bare walls around Napier are being transformed into art
Which is the fairest of them all? Seek out the eleven new pieces and decide for yourself.
A rare collection of African masks and statues has visitors spellbound.
Art collector battled for 18 months to get his butterfly-covered AK-47 into the country - but when it arrived it was broken.
Graffiti artist Paul Walsh thanks the public for response to his Murray Ball tribute.
Everyone has their favourite spots in Wellignton to visit and one artist has recreated hers in watercolour for her first solo show.
He's no lame rabbit-from-a-hat conjuror, we meet the man who is making magic cool again.
The swinging sixties are coming to town with a new musical from the Hutt City Musical Theatre