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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...

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...

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...

Seek and you will find…perhaps!

I spy with my little eye something beginning with A, and B, C too and, of course, D. In fact, with every turn of...

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...

One exhibition – four styles

As the Monterey Gallery’s upcoming exhibition by Russell Hollings looms, gallery, co-owner HOLLY DAVIES, reflects on his work and what to expect from An...

Refreshing changes

New housing, new shopping complex, new offices, new roads - Beachlands is booming with contemporary urbanisation making its mark. But in the 'old town' there...

Book journey leads to NASA

Twelve months ago EastLife magazine talked to Botany author, Farida Master, about her newly released biography on international human rights campaigner, Zebranoo Gifford. Now,...

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...

Tricky Rotorua gallery in the frame

Rotorua’s tourist attractions are well known to most New Zealanders but when SARAH ELLIS visited the thermal city recently she and her family discovered...
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