TV ONE’S Huge Sunday Night Local Line-Up TV One has announced a new Sunday night programme line-up for September that showcases the best of New Zealand content. Two of the hottest new shows will run back to back during primetime, making Sunday night a night of must watch TV. The much anticipated new entertainment event [ Read More ]
Star Search discovered Justin Timberlake, the X-Factor found Leona Lewis and the Eurovision Song Contest made Abba – now pioneering Māori language children’s programme PŪKANA wants to provide rangatahi with a similar opportunity! Following a new season launch on Māori Television in February, PŪKANA seeks five talented singers from around the country to form a [ Read More ]
One of Maori Televisions most watched and favourite shows is about to hit our screens once again with a new season. Homai Te Pakipaki gives entertainers, wannabes and anyone willing to leave their inhibitions at the door and let loose on the stage. You are given your fifteen minutes of fame, and a chance to [ Read More ]
Pollywood Pasifica Short film Festival is now into its ninth successful year, this is an event to watch out for. With each year growing bigger and better, Pollywood has largely become a launching pad for Pasifika Film and multimedia art for the past 9 years. The core focus of Pollywood is to showcase and celebrate [ Read More ]
Award winning journalist, Miriama Kamo is the new presenter of TV ONE’s flagship current affairs programme, Sunday, which returns in its prime-time slot at the end of the month. Miriama has spent the last six years presenting and reporting on 20/20 and returns to Sunday after working as a reporter on the show between 2002-2005.
New Zealand’s next top model cycle three auditions are due to start on April 15, 2011. So if you think you have what it takes be there or be square. Start practicing your strut as the nationwide search for the 13 young women who will take part in the third Cycle of New Zealand’s Next [ Read More ]
The controversial and highly entertaining former TVNZ Breakfast host Paul Henry may soon return to television screens with the head of an American production company expressing interest in putting him back on air. Founder of US production company Ish Entertainment, Michael Hirschorn, said he had discussions about Henry with network executives and reactions were “enthusiastic”.
Hosea gear New Zealand All Black has just be named the country’s top wing and to finish off the year on a high also been awarded the supreme prize at the National Maori Sports Awards in Auckland.(Saturday December 4) Gear beat a world-class field of finalists to win both Senior Maori Sportsman and the Albie [ Read More ]