On an antique wool classing table in Australian desert land, Barb Smith brings her sky chariots to life.
The life of World War I soldier and artist Sapper Horace Moore-Jones is being celebrated in a new play.
There's a smorgasbord of events to keep you busy this weekend in the Waikato.
Waikato fog may have delayed the Balloons Over Waikato lift-off but it didn't stop the graceful flyers getting in the air.
A Malaysian couple's extended wedding photo shoot draws to a close high above Waikato in a hot air balloon.
Balloons Over Waikato is an annual fixture on most Waikato people’s calendars.
An ultimatum from his wife spurred him on, and today, a fit, healthy Wiremu Bayliss competed in the Sand to Surf Swim.
The Vilagrad Winery in Ohaupo is establishing a reputation as a performance venue for quality New Zealand musicians, with another big name performing there on Sunday.
She helped form a Coup D'Etat in 1980 and now she is coming to Hamilton's Lake Rotoroa to play boogie woogie piano music on Sunday afternoon.
120 years of regatta, a doggy fun day, school gala and markets galore.
Their identities are a mystery, the photographer is unknown, as is the year the portrait was taken.
French director Francois Ozon talks about how he got the romantic lead his new film into a dress and heels.
You might know him as The Horse Whisperer but to Leonardo Baldi, he's a polite and obliging diner.
OPINION: I'm writing this from a high window overlooking the Pacific Ocean, whipped up by a storm.
I wish I lived handier to Friends Cuisine of India, because I think I could become a regular.
It was a dogs' day out in Chartwell on Saturday.
Cheap, quality entertainment featuring some of the big names of tomorrow.
Fringe festival, Armageddon, cricket and a colour dash. Here are this weekend's top picks.
A new Waikato food rescue service is fighting poverty with surplus fresh produce from local businesses.
Cheese rolling, international food market, superheroes - here are this week's top picks.
OPINION: For the last few weeks, I have been painting a cow.
One of the Waikato's most accomplished musicians will play the best music by arguably the world's greatest composer.
Planning has started to relocate the Hamilton Men's Shed, with backers wanting to focus on providing learning opportunities for the city's retiring baby boomers.
Rugby, RVs, the Rev and a rail trail - here's what you can look forward to this weekend.
It's the flagship arts event in Hamilton and it is simply not sustainable.
REVIEW: Depression, a black dog that follows you around, shading your every move. That was the job of Will Colin.
A troop of travelling troubadours are the next must-see performers as arts festival continues.
Jack Lanting loves elephants. He hates it when they are abused and he is determined to do something about it.
Cambridge's Rodney Stedall has just completed a special order for a seven-string classical guitar commissioned by the New Zealand Guitar Quartet.
An interactive play set up in the style of a self-help seminar relying heavily on audience participation, it’s an interesting take on the conventional ‘‘show up and watch’’ approach to theatre.