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New Zealand's largest housing development project, aimed at building 7,500 homes across a part of Auckland known more for its troubles than its triumphs was feeling a very special tamure vibe on the weekend.

Master carver and artist Mike Tavioni has a long-term plan for his gallery – to make those who create fine works the main attractions in it.

A man on an art mission

Saturday October 27, 2018

Sebastian Pakarati is a man on a mission. His mission is to preserve Polynesian folklore through art.

A special celebration of food

Sunday October 21, 2018

Each year, on October 16, the world celebrates food.

Outgoing New Zealand high commissioner to the Cook Islands Peter Marshall will be one of the guest speakers at tonight’s MPA#1 exhibition at the Bergman Gallery.

Riding a new wave of Pacific art

Friday October 19, 2018

Gallery owner and businessman Ben Bergman is a champion of modern Pacific art and is about to exhibit a new wave of artworks.

Aitutaki tiki greets duchess

Friday September 28, 2018

In her first solo engagement since becoming a member of the royal family, Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, attended a preview of the Royal Society’s Oceania exhibition in London.

Husband and wife artists Ivon and Pania Lee are pretty low key with the work they do. Selling some at the Punanga Nui Market and also at the Little Red Gallery, they have only been painting to sell for about a year.

A love of music and collecting vinyl records has led Ian Wheeldon, of The Café in the Beachcomber complex, to a rare Rarotongan record by local artist Jake Numanga.

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