With a giant fluffy coat, her signature style of dress and the voice of a star Kimbra took Womad by storm. The New Zealand songstress bounced on stage in New Plymouth last night and gave the crowd of thousands a performance that was energetic, theatrical and just a little bit quirky, as one would expect from Kimbra
Courageous, risk-taking young writers lead the pack in this year’s NZ Post Book Awards. Chief judge and Campbell Live presenter John Campbell said he was blown away by the strength of this year’s 185 eligible books.
Musical collective Fly My Pretties are gearing up to hit the road in September.
New Zealand’s most exciting musical collective, Fly My Pretties, is assembling for another reincarnation.
The flags have risen, the stages are going up, and Taranaki’s beautiful Bowl of Brooklands is ready to play host.
An aggressive red seaweed that hails from Japan has invaded the Massachusetts shoreline, threatening native wildlife, jeopardizing tourism, and releasing a putrid odor for beachfront residents to endure. From Cape Ann to Cape Cod, the shoreline have been covered in recent weeks with the thickly packed red fibers resembling matted […]
The Virginia colony had John Smith, Pocahontas, slavery, famine, battles and a great Indian chief. So how come Plymouth Rock gets all the press?
“But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.” — Jesus, according to Matthew’s Gospel Over a period of 14 years, Father John Hanlon of St. Mary’s in Plymouth, Massachusetts, would occasionally take boys under his charge to a nude beach
The logic seems pretty simple: if you eliminate gym class, school kids will get fatter.