Sue Morton

Director leaves gallery

Sue Morton has exhibited everything from Rembrandts to flower shows.

Art on show

A chance to get a glimpse at some Okato art work is on offer this weekend.

Schools turn out polished productions

All the world's a stage and students were merely players at the Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival.

Quiz: Rabbits

Its Easter time and I thought a quiz called "Rabbits" might be a bit of fun.

Len Lye centre rises

New Plymouth's Len Lye Centre is beginning to tower above the heart of the city.

Quiz: Thirteen

This week's quiz is called "Thirteen" and all the questions have a link to that "lucky for some" number.

Quiz: Lost

This week's quiz is called "Lost" and all the questions have a connection to that word. It's a tough quiz, so good luck.

Quiz: All Blacks captains

Quiz: Sue, Suzie and the Sioux

The Womadians

This is a banded, colourful brand of people, who like dancing, eating ethnic food and recycling their trash.

Womad organisers 'rapt'

The party's over, the park's still in good nick and the attendance numbers were pleasing.

Confessions of a WOMAD virgin

Retailers cool on Womad

Womad could be lost

Womad could be lost unless the council can prove the festival is in the public good.

A record celebration

Roger Liddle International Record Store Day is a chance to visit independent record stores and celebrate vinyl.

Easter funeral for Peaches Geldof

Peaches Geldof will be laid to rest on Easter Sunday, according to reports.

Please put your clothes on

The Chuck D of Palestinian rap

Kiwi short film heads to Cannes

A 15-minute movie made by an NZ pair will screen at the prestigious Cannes International Film Festival.

Delays hold up Womad stars

tdn lau strap New Plymouth did its best to hold on to its Womad stars yesterday when many of the musicians faced delays at the airport.

Organiser here to get tips

One thing Tom Corbeth can't transfer to Vancouver's Womad in 2014 is the location.

Hannah's Womad diary

Rain can't stop music

Reduce the volume, Womad

I'm a regular Womad attendee and travel from the South Island to attend it. New Plymouth is a beautiful city, Brooklands Park is a superb location and the organisation of the festival is always great.

What's on



Puke Ariki (New Plymouth): Titokowaru's Dilemma in the main exhibition gallery. Until June 10. The Art of Science exhibition in the lane and wall galleries and level 2 space. Until May 27.

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