Esc into the world of tech

Audiences will be able to delve into a world of glitches and gadgets at an interactive technology exhibition. The Art of Technology exhibition is described as a futuristic experience where audiences can get up close and personal with art that reflects... Read More

Celebrating Pacifica in Bay

Young students from around the Bay of Plenty will come together at Tahatai School next Wednesday, in a showcase of all things Pacifica. Pasifika in the Bay, which is in its third year, is a festival devoted to celebrating diverse Pasifika nations in... Read More

Like father, like son

Speedway can be “a little bit addictive,” says Tauranga driver Dean Waddell. He's supposed to be retired, but with a stellar season coming up at Baypark Family Speedway this year, and the chance to race against his son, Dean is giving... Read More

Murder and mystique

It's a classic whodunit. An unpopular billionaire is murdered on the Orient Express and everyone on-board the train is a suspect. Fortunately, Detective Hercule Poirot is also a passenger. The New Zealand premiere of the new movie remake of ‘Murder... Read More

Historic racing cars on show

They lean heavily through the corners, lock brakes, slip and slide, and spend a lot of time going sideways, just as they did ‘back in the day'. Historic racing cars will be making an appearance at the annual Wheels on Mainstreet event at... Read More

Presenting South Africa

With 11 official languages, a melting pot of cultures, and a vast and diverse landscape, South Africa is a wonderful beast all of its own. Tauranga local Brett Yeatman will be presenting the wonders and delights of South Africa next Tuesday, October... Read More

Mount Rock Fest returns

The Mount Rock Fest is returning for its second year with organisers aiming to build on the awesome local support for the event. The one-night concert at Totara Street on October 28 will provide valuable exposure for home-grown, indie rock bands, as... Read More

Slam poetry comes to Tauranga

Aspiring poets keen to perform their work live will have a chance to do just that next Wednesday at the Tauranga Poetry Slam. The event, similar to others held around the country, will serve as a regional heat to find a Bay of Plenty finalist for the... Read More

Space, time and cityscapes

An art exhibition is transforming four popular sites reflecting the hustle and bustle of Tauranga city life. The Future Machine, which is part of the Tauranga Arts Festival, features work by seven artists including Richard Maloy, Steve Carr, Chris Corson-Scott,... Read More

Speedway season ready to roll

Bay of Plenty petrol heads and speed demons will be lining up on the grid for the opening of the 2017/2018 season at Baypark Family Speedway on October 21. The opening night of the season will see sprint cars, super saloons, saloons, stock cars, mini... Read More