A theatre project giving a voice to homeless people, a music therapy centre providing life-changing benefits to its clients, an artist who uses his art to engage people in social and environmental issues, a ballet company building new and diverse audiences, and leadership in delivering arts programmes in prisons were recognised tonight at Te... Keep Reading
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Following on from the successful first Building Legends workshop series in 2018, the New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) together with building supply merchant Carters, is offering a second Building Legends workshop on the topic of Extension of Time (EoT) Claims. Keep Reading
The New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) announced the winners of the 2019 New Zealand Building Industry Awards on Friday, 23 August at a gala evening at the Cordis Hotel, Auckland. This was the 26th year of an NZIOB awards programme, which celebrate and recognise the professional excellence of individuals and teams in the building and... Keep Reading
Armano Papageorge, a PhD student from Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Architecture has won this year’s New Zealand Institute of Building Charitable Trust (NZIOB Charitable Trust) scholarship Keep Reading
Last Wednesday evening the Upper Hutt Mayor Wayne Guppy officially launched a scholarship fund that will provide financial support to those working on harm prevention initiatives. The ‘Harish Rajpal MedicAlert® Scholarship’ has been conceived by the MedicAlert® Foundation in partnership with the family of Dr Harish Rajpal, as a living... Keep Reading
VITAL Limited (NZX: VTL), the publicly listed telecommunications services provider today announced its annual result for the financial year ended 30 June 2019. Profit after tax was $4.05m. Vital is pleased to announce that in line with previous announcements that we are returning to a dividend. This is testament to the hard work and... Keep Reading
After their critically acclaimed productions of Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro, and last year’s Orfeo and Madam Butterfly, Eternity Opera is returning this month from 23-31 August with Verdi’s 1851 dramatic masterpiece Rigoletto at the Hannah Playhouse in Wellington. Keep Reading
The Korean Ambassador to New Zealand, HE Mr Seung-bae Yeo, on behalf of the President of the Republic of Korea, presented the New Zealand Korea Veterans’ Memorial Trust with a Presidential Citation on Monday evening at a Concert for Peace held at the Wellington Cathedral. The Presidential Citation is in recognition of and appreciation for the... Keep Reading
Multicultural NZ is delighted to congratulate former Gisborne Mayor, Meng Foon, who has been appointed as New Zealand’s Race Relations Commissioner. Keep Reading
Public Safety Notice: Copycat Medical IDs pose serious risk to patients and first responders MedicAlert® Foundation is becoming increasingly concerned about a number of copycat unsupported medical IDs being advertised as Medical Alert Medical IDs. Copycat medical IDs pose a serious risk to both patients and first responders in the event of... Keep Reading
Finalists announced for 2019 Parkin Drawing Prize A toilet and sink, no.8 wire, an oak table and recycled nylons are just some of the interesting works shortlisted in the 2019 Parkin Drawing Prize. The competition attracted an impressive 472 entries, of which 78 have been selected for the short-list. Keep Reading
The official 2018 calendar year drowning toll is down significantly on 2017 but the number of preventable fatalities involving people over the age of 45 is on the rise and Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) says it’s a growing trend. WSNZ has released it’s Drowning Prevention Report for 2018 in a new online interactive format w... Keep Reading
A new exhibition, Phoenix, will open on Saturday 6 July at Tūranga in Christchurch’s Cathedral Square and will celebrate how creativity and wellbeing are interwoven. Keep Reading
Wellington Lawyer Michael Stephens joins the Urban Art Foundation Board Wellington media and commercial lawyer, Michael Stephens has accepted an invitation to join the board of The Urban Art Foundation Limited. The Foundation, operating as The Urban Art Agency is a not-for-profit company committed to making art accessible on streets and in p... Keep Reading
Today marks the coming into effect of Victoria’s Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2017. From today, Victorians at the end of a terminal illness who meet strict eligibility criteria will be able to access assistance to die. The End-of-Life Choice Society in New Zealand congratulates the state of Victoria for arriving at the culmination of its... Keep Reading