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CHRISTCHURCH — Black & White Coffee Cartel, NZ's first and only micro-roasting coffee network is coming to Prebbleton Village Square.
A documentary covering the life of amateur cyclist turned global broadcaster Phil Liggett who covered forty-eight Tours de France and fifteen Olympic Games becoming widely known as the international voice of cycling, is coming to New Zealand.
CHRISTCHURCH — A major milestone for the commercial development centred around the Prebbleton Village Taverngets ticked off this week with geotechnical testing work being done.
Over the last 50 years there was almost as much drama behind the scenes as onstage at Christchurch's Court Theatre.
As The Court Theatre prepares to celebrate 50 years next week there are two key people who have been there from the start.
The allure of roses is universal and is not just restricted to gardens, gardeners and special occasions.
Things I know to be True, a poignant drama opening at The Court Theatre on 20 March, has been picked up by Amazon for a series adaptation featuring Academy Award Winner Nicole Kidman.
The Court Theatre is adding two matinee performances of its current play Winding Up in an effort to accommodate patrons under Alert Level 2.
New Zealand's most successful playwright Sir Roger Hall KNZM QSO will be part of The Court Theatre’s 50th Birthday celebrations in late April.
The Court Theatre will be back to catering for full houses as it moves back to operating under COVID-19 alert level one from 11.59pm tonight.
The Court Theatre has moved quickly to keep its doors open under Covid alert level two.
Wanaka cyclist Paul Wright won the battle while Canterbury University student Ollie Jones won the war as a final double header weekend of intense cycling action in Canterbury saw the Calder Stewart Series come to an exciting end.
Organisers and riders are looking forward to a final double header weekend of cycling action in Canterbury after the Covid pandemic saw rounds two and three of the Calder Stewart Series cancelled after a successful start in Southland in March.
Musicians from around the world will feature as live music returns to the Piano in central Christchurch on Thursday night. ACOUSTIC WAVE - Music in the City – is being organised by Eddie Simon Music with a talented line up of performers that includes South Street Trio, Steffany Beck, Chris Lake, Rhodry Yates, Tim Nees, Willie McArthur and Tim Heeringa.
In a world filled with a loads of distractions, businesses’ are engaged in a constant battle to capture people’s attention, a battle a Christchurch based media & events business is aiming to win.
Existing best practice and vital new research aimed at producing strong, healthy, well grown calves is the focus of five calf rearing webinars being run by the Dairy Women’s Network starting on Monday.
The Dairy Women’s Network will have three new faces when its board meets on Friday.
After seven years Alison Gibb will pull up her chair as a Trustee at next week’s Dairy Women’s Network board meeting for the last time.
How to be a bloody good boss virtual workshops are being by the Dairy Women’s Network this week.
The Dairy Women’s Network inaugural Regional Leader of the Year award was won by Mid-Canterbury farmer Tania Burrows.
Ngai Tahu Farm Manager Ash-Leigh Campbell from Christchurch is the 2020 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year.
Grassroots dairy farming leadership efforts from throughout New Zealand are represented by the four finalists in the Dairy Women’s Network new DWN Regional Leader of the Year award.
Three woman contributing to the dairy industry in very different ways are this year’s finalists in the Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year award.
As events and conferences throughout New Zealand and around the world cancel and postpone due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Dairy Women’s Network have worked furiously for three weeks to ensure the majority of its annual Allflex DWN2020 Conference will still be held next month.
Fifth episode of OUR PEOPLE. Dairy farm manager Chelsea Smith from the King Country has turned a personal challenge that blindsided her into a positive life changing journey.
Canterbury University student Ollie Jones backed up pre-race favouritism and Dunedin dentist Jacob Grieve won his first Calder Stewart Cycling Series race in today’s opening round of the series, the Wensleys Cycles Southland Classic.
Southland's rich cycling history gets a further boast with New Zealand's leading team based cycling series being held in the region for the first time.
How to be a bloody good boss workshops are being run throughout New Zealand by the Dairy Women’s Network.
Helping build great workplaces for New Zealand’s most talented workforce is the aim of workshops being run throughout New Zealand by the Dairy Women’s Network.
An exciting opportunity at board level has opened up as Waikato dairy farmer Tracy Brown steps down from her role as a Trustee of the Dairy Women’s Network.
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