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New Zealand-made screen sound and music received a BAFTA, one Emmy, two APRA Silver Scrolls, two NZ TV Awards and three Golden Reels for work on film and gaming last year alone. But members of the Screen Music and Sound Guild are issuing a stark warning about the future of the industry, one they say is under appreciated and under resourced. Lynn Fr…
 
A five-novel series about the impact of the Vietnam war on veterans and their families has just wrapped up with the release of Carole Brungar's book The Return.In the last book, she's thinking about the experiences of the orphans of the Vietnam war, many of whom were removed from the country. In The Return, Jackie Coles fulfills a promise to her st…
 
Eight interlinked stories of ordinary people whose lives are touched by the gods make up a new collection by Iranian/American/Kiwi writer Mahyar Amouzegar. The Hubris in an Empty Hand is his fourth book. Some of the characters understand they've received - or are in the presence of - a gift from a god. Others are oblivious. Friendships and relation…
 
Small domestic miracles, from a sleeping baby and walking along the beach to the promise of fruit are examined in words and pictures in a book called Bordering on Miraculous Saskia Leek and Lynley Edmeades have worked on the fourth in the korero series helmed by writer Lloyd Jones. He brings together artists and writers to colloborate on books that…
 
Rotorua is hosting a literary festival specifically for Maori writers that the organisers hope will in turn encourage Maori readers. Kupu: Nga Ringa Tuhituhi will celebrate past and present Maori writers, with a view that many generations will tell their stories. On the Kupu board is Robyn Bargh who's a long time champion of Maori literature, inclu…
 
It's one of the best-known - and often-told - stories in our history: Sir Ed Hillary and Sherpa Norgay Tenzing's momentous climb to the top of Mt Everest on May 29th, 1953. But Matt Kambic's new play The Sherpa & the Beekeeper - Summit on Everest explores the downside of fame and other long term effects - both good and bad - on not only the mountai…
 
Taranaki's stunning coast is also one of the fastest eroding coastlines in the world. Since 2000, photographer Pat Greenfield has walked it, documenting the impact of storms, earthquakes and erosion. She calls it a photographic and scientific journey of discovery - and it's been a sobering one for her. For example two of the rock stack formations t…
 
Wellington's Chamber Orchestra is about to celebrate its 50th birthday with a flourish. The amateur orchestra has launched many professional careers over five decades, and also has musicians who've been in its ranks for most of that time. Lynn Freeman caught up with conductor Rachel Hyde and cellist Gary Wilby, currently rehearsing for the big cele…
 
New Zealand-made screen sound and music received a BAFTA, one Emmy, two APRA Silver Scrolls, two NZ TV Awards and three Golden Reels for work on film and gaming last year alone. But members of the Screen Music and Sound Guild are issuing a stark warning about the future of the industry, one they say is under appreciated and under resourced. Lynn Fr…
 
After months of behind-closed-doors planning, Budget 2022 has at last put some fresh figures for the government's planned public media entity into the public domain. The increase in public funding is substantial, but the precise mix of commercial and public revenue is still unclear - as is the future beyond 2026.…
 
Four years ago opera singer Kawiti Waetford returned to Aotearoa after years abroad and a blossoming singing career. He and his wife started a new life in Northland where Kawiti began working with rangatahi, teaching singing and holding vocal masterclasses. He still performs but says Covid has led to uncertainty with a planned trip to Vienna cancel…
 
Jacqueline Paul is a lecturer in architecture at Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland. In August she will start a five year course of study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the world's number one ranked university. Paul will do her PHD at MIT's Department of Urban Studies and Planning. She says she would like to look at new ideas…
 
This week the government released its first emissions reduction plan and allocated 4.5 billion dollars of funding towards it. Minister of Finance Grant Robertson billed the plan to tackle global warming as a turning point in New Zealand's history, a plan "like no other", the significance of which "cannot be underestimated". Mike Smith is the climat…
 
A robot that can sample planktonic communities under the Antarctic ice shelf is the latest tool developed by Professor Craig Cary and his colleagues to help forecast the future impacts of climate change. A microbial ecologist, Cary has studied bacteria in the world's most extreme environments, including deep sea hydrothermal vents and our own geoth…
 
With Australians heading to the polls this weekend, the race between incumbent prime minister and Liberal party leader Scott Morrison and the Labor Party's Anthony Albanese looks too close to call, following what has been called "an unedifying campaign". Barrie Cassidy is the former host of ABC's political commentary program Insiders and has covere…
 
A recent New Zealand parliamentary select committee inquiry into the Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme has heard serious allegations of exploitation of Pacific Island workers;The NZ government's 2022 wellbeing budget is delivering more money for Pasifika health and education but leaders of Pacific communites say it doesn't go far enough; After al…
 
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