Pair from Wellington beat out more than 8000 contestants to hit the jungle
At just 26 it's still early days for comedian Rhys Mathewson.
An interactive steel structure is planned for Hamilton's Ferrybank precinct.
An exhibition by a wildly popular British artist is something art lovers should be losing their minds over.
Rogue knitting on a large scale.
This year's light festival will include the 150th year Queenstown Gardens' commemoration.
A new take on A Midsummer Night's Dream opens it up to people of all ages.
Dyslexic Dominic Hoey learned to write at eight years old - now the published author and poet is teaching writing courses.
Colourful performers, exotic peacocks and fierce fighters came together to celebrate diversity.
Sharp-eyed essayist and photographer Teju Cole brings his brilliant powers of observation to Auckland.
"I'm 54 years old and I weigh 300 pounds. Anything could happen," jokes comic giant.
Arts manager Sue Paterson has spent a lifetime toiling behind the scenes to ensure drama stays only on the stage.
A community art gallery has become too "elitist", local leaders say amid dropping visitor numbers.
A statue just 7.5cm high played God against the devil and made some question if our national museum belongs to us all.
Kapiti artist lends drawing talent to Michael Peryer's children's book about a fur seal.
The Hamilton icon may also get a central city street named after her.
Reflecting on mortality and the military, are civilian art appetites too soft?
An art competition winner used no.8 wire for her message.
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The death of a beloved village resident has led to ambitious commemoration plans.
Billy T nominee Patch Lambert has come a long way since he imagined pterodactyls flying around his childhood home
Reclaimed timber and old maps are canvases for a new exhibition at Arataki Visitor Centre.
Richard Mays reviews the Manawatu production of "A Chorus Line", which is a fundraiser for the Arohanui Hospice.
From pubs in the Arctic circle to Borneo rainforests, Moana Maniapoto has played it all.
Marlborough dancers start the new term with a salsa party.
Street art of unscrewed garbage-filled crayfish too gross for some who say they should have been consulted.
Love poems from the 1970s feature in a new art exhibition.
Artist Christina Read's Christchurch exhibition is about making, and breaking, plans.
"The trauma of war still exists in living memory, it is still continuing because we haven't learned yet," said Peace Poppy Project founder Cristina Beth.
Kiwi photographer Wade Goddard captured the heartbreak of the Yugoslav Wars.