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Theatre's longest-running guessing game video

Mark Wynter plays the mysterious Mr Paravicini in The Mousetrap.

Mark Wynter's role in the Agatha Christie classic comes with a twist. Or does it?

A walk through the cosmos

Rothschild's sculptures on display include a plastic-strip curtain and a punching bag.

Internationally recognised sculptor Eva Rothschild has her cosmos-inspired work on display in Wellington.

Baby takahē chick named video

Zealandia encouraged people to come and see Te Āwhiorangi before he was moved. April is also Takahē Awareness Month.

The five-month-old chick, born to mother Nio and father Orbell, is healthy and well at Wellington's Karori Sanctuary.

Art, music and events in Kāpiti and Porirua.

The BeatGirls: In The Mood- A musical tribute to the war songs of the 1st and 2nd World Wars, April 25, 2pm, Southwards ...

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NZSO with Joyce Yang review

NZSO music director Edo de Waart knows, and loves, the music of Elgar.

The evening's highlight was a wonderful performance of Elgar's 'Enigma Variations'.

Berlioz concert 'wonderfully crazy'

Orchestra Wellington benefits from the brilliant programming and superb musicianship of conductor Marc Taddei. (File photo)

Review: Orchestra Wellington might have a limited season, but it's off to a cracking start.

Dukes, princes and the kitchen hand

Corporal Ada Winifred Kirk, known as Win.

The young Win Kirk was exposed to the life of the aristocracy, before emigrating to New Zealand.

From prison to scene-stealer

Anzac Wallace played Te Wheke in Geoff Murphy's 1983 film Utu.

Utu star Anzac Wallace was saved from a life of crime by smuggled dictionary pages.

A guide to Armageddon costumes

If you see brightly coloured, or spiky hair on someone dressed-up, chances are they're from an anime.

Spotted someone sporting bright, armour or a ball gown? They're probably dressed for Armageddon.

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Easter Family Night at Bunnings: Bring the kids to Bunnings for Easter Family Night! It's sure to be a fun night full of ...

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