Going, Going, Global

Last night at Galatos, over three levels the Going Global Showcase was like putting on your favourite contemporary New Zealand music playlist. Read Post

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By Night

Music producer Angus McNaughton returns to his first craft, photography. Read Post

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The Colour Of Spring

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Te Arai - The Veil

Our journey took us through the rolling hills of the Waikato, past the Waikune prison, the Ratana Church, our marae and finally to the waters of the Whanganui River. Read Post

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Image by Tia Huia Ranginui

See Into the Trees

Winter trees are all filigree and shadow. Read Post

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