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In fine festival voice

The growing popularity of a cappella choirs could be attributed to movies such as Pitch Perfect, to television show, The Sing Off and even...

School encourages grand designs!

The Nanette Cameron School of Interior Design is an institution in east Auckland but more than that, the school, based at Te Tuhi Arts...

Q&A with Holly Davies – Monterey Gallery

Earlier this year Howick’s Monterey Gallery gained new owners – Anne Brewer and her daughter, Holly Davies. While Anne provides the business acumen, Holly’s...

Stable springboard to new career

With two degrees in hand – law and business management – Melanie O’Halloran’s interest in interior design was tugging her in a new direction....

Successful Paint Works

It was a case of brushstrokes all round at the Beachlands Memorial Hall last month when guests turned out for the opening of the...

Monterey Gallery – The feminine touch

Interesting art is sure to attract a crowd as was the case at the opening of a new exhibition at the Monterey Gallery by...

Risque act risky business – Natalie nails Hollywood

Natalie Hugill was ready for Hollywood but was Hollywood ready for Natalie aka Lilly Loca (among other characters) and who describes herself as the...

Estuary Art and Ecology Awards

Stunning entries in the Estuary Art and Ecology Prize 2017 drew plenty of applause at the awards ceremony held last month at Howick’s Malcolm...

Actor’s wholehearted stage aspirations

A new play is on its way to the Herald Theatre in Auckland. Co-director and actor, Scotty Cotter, a former Howick lad, met with...

Title suited to a tease!

Exotic, erotic, racy, pacey – that’s the nature of burlesque yet it has evolved and undergone many transformations from those far away days of...

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