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Show your support for the Child Cancer Foundation with this stylish Limited Edition gemstone necklace. Kagi has once again teamed up with the Child Cancer Foundation to produce this fundraiser necklace, available for $175. Each gemstone in the necklace has been hand selected for its nurturing abilities, such as quartz for harmony and turquoise for … Continue reading

Thomas Pink & Montblanc | Back to School

Starting a new school year can be stressful, and the latest trends and must-have basics available from Thomas Pink and Montblanc ensure you stay in style so you can better focus on your studies. For men, bold, preppy plaid shirts, timeless tweed blazers and crisp, poplin shirts make a style statement, while the Thomas Pink … Continue reading

Win win for Fashion Week graduates

  Otago Polytechnic Fashion graduate Roxanna Zamani has achieved yet another notch on her awards belt, taking out a Fashion tv Oceania Online Design Award on Monday 19th July. The 24 year old won first prize in the Evening Wear/Couture category, before being announced the overall prize winner for her designs, which will be showcased … Continue reading

Queenstown Premieres as Bollywood Star

India is buzzing with anticipation as blockbuster Bollywood feature film I Hate Luv Storys, partly filmed in Queenstown, premieres tomorrow (Friday 2 July) in India and across the World. Starring the latest Bollywood heart throbs Imran Khan and Sonam Kapoor, the plot revolves around a couple coming to film a ‘Bollywood love story’ in Queenstown … Continue reading


Heading over the ditch for the Sydney Film Festival has proved a successful outing for BOY after it was officially announced today that BOY has won the 2010 Audience Award for Fiction Feature Film.  This is the first time in twenty years a New Zealand film has won the Audience Award at the Sydney Film … Continue reading

The winner of the inaugural NZSA/Pindar Publishing Prize Announcement

‘Judging the inaugural NZSA/Pindar Prize for an unpublished manuscript was a fascinating and challenging exercise,’reports novelist and short story writer Graeme Lay, one of the three judges of the award. The other two judges were Mia Yardley, Editorial Manager of Pindar New Zealand and Linda Herrick, Arts and Books editor of the New Zealand Herald. … Continue reading

TRACE Sports Pre-launch Party in Johannesburg

TRACE, the leading international urban brand and media platform is actively preparing the launch of its new channel: TRACE Sports. TRACE Sports is the first 24-hour channel proposing factual entertainment and lifestyle content exclusively dedicated to sports celebrities. With more than 80% of its content made of original programming, TRACE Sports is a unique gateway … Continue reading

Me and Miss Saigon

  I’m delighted that I had a chance to interview Ms. Ivy Rose Padilla before the Miss Saigon Musicale play going to start at St. James Theatre. Thank you to Mr. Michael Highstead, the Production Manager of Wellington Musical Theatre, who handles the NZ Miss Saigon. Ms. Padilla, which I recalls she was a member … Continue reading

HP announces "Me & My City" competition – win a trip for 2 to New York to watch Sex and the City 2

  I'm pretty excited about the upcoming movie Sex and the City 2,I remember  my wife and I watched the first movie and it was fantastic,   By the way Now is is the perfect time to let you know about the an exciting competition from HP New Zealand after the  the announcement of HP’s … Continue reading

Light-tentacled klepto octopus steals camera

  A YouTube video of a kleptomaniac octopus is taking the world by storm – just days after it stole a Wellington man’s new underwater video camera. Victor Huang, a Kiwi cameraman and nature enthusiast, was diving near the Wahine Memorial between Breaker Bay and Moa Point on Wellington’s south coast when he spied an … Continue reading