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Statistics NZ

  • Preview of 2017 government finance statistics improvements
    This page outlines the key improvements to New Zealand's 2017 government finance statistics (GFS). The improvements will appear in Government Finance Statistics (General Government): Year ended June 2017, which will be published on 24 November 2017.…
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  • Government Finance Statistics (General Government) – information releases
    Government Finance Statistics (General Government) presents an economic analysis of local, central, and general government financial activity in New Zealand at the national level. The analysis uses government finance statistics concepts and principle…
    - 12 Dec 16, 12:00am -
  • Changes to government finance statistics releases
    Statistics NZ is introducing a new general government information release compiled under the Government Finance Statistics (GFS) framework on 5 December 2016.'General government' consolidates all the subsectors of government, eliminating the fundi…
    - 14 Oct 16, 9:27am -
  • Local government taxation revenue increases
    Local government finance statistics (GFS) had a net operating surplus of $0.9 billion for the June 2014 year, Statistics New Zealand said today.The majority of local authorities showed increases in rates tax revenue. The increases were consiste…
    - 26 Jun 15, 10:45am -
  • Local authority spending increases
    Local authorities' seasonally adjusted operating expenditure increased 4.3 percent in the March 2015 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. Purchases of goods and services was the main driver of the $95.0 million increase in total operatin…
    - 15 Jun 15, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities' operating deficit improves
    Local authorities' operating deficit was $104.8 million in the December 2014 quarter, down $99.0 million from the previous quarter's deficit, Statistics New Zealand said today. Operating income from core services for the December 2014 quarter was $2…
    - 13 Mar 15, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities' operating deficit increases
    Local authorities’ operating deficit increased in the September 2014 quarter compared with the previous quarter, as expenditure continued to exceed income, Statistics New Zealand said today. Expenditure was $214.1 million higher than income (a…
    - 12 Dec 14, 10:45am -
  • Operating deficit improves for local authorities
    Local authorities had an operating deficit in the June 2014 quarter, but the deficit has improved since the previous quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. Expenditure exceeded income by $50.6 million (after adjusting for seasonal effects).…
    - 16 Sep 14, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities' spending on core services declines for the first time
    In the year to June 2013, local authorities’ spending on core services (operating expenditure) declined from $8.5 billion to $8.3 billion, Statistics New Zealand said today. “This is the first fall in operating expenditure in the 20-year hist…
    - 23 Jul 14, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities show quarterly deficit
    Local authorities had an operating deficit in the March 2014 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. After adjusting for seasonal effects, expenditure exceeded income by $79.8 million.“A drop in income coincided with a rise in spending, which…
    - 16 Jun 14, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities show quarterly surplus
    Local authorities had an operating surplus in the December 2013 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. After adjusting for seasonal effects, income exceeded spending by $56.3 million."A slight increase in income and a large decrease in spe…
    - 14 Mar 14, 10:45am -
  • Operating deficit for local authorities
    Local authorities had an operating deficit in the September 2013 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. After adjusting for seasonal effects, spending exceeded income by $39 million.“Local authorities had increases in both income and s…
    - 13 Dec 13, 12:00am -
  • Local Authority Statistics: September 2013 quarter – tables
    Local authority statistics for the September 2013 quarter can be downloaded as an Excel file from this page. You can also find a media release about these statistics. Or access the data in Infoshare, which allows you to create, view, and download you…
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  • Crown research institutes show small surplus
    On 7 March 2014 we corrected some errors in this release. Please view the Corrections page for details. Crown research institutes’ operating surplus was $24.1 million in the year ended 30 June 2013, Statistics New Zealand said today. Their oper…
    - 6 Dec 13, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities show small operating deficit
    Local authorities had an operating deficit in the June 2013 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. After adjusting for seasonal effects, expenditure exceeded income by $24 million."The operating deficit this quarter was caused by local au…
    - 16 Sep 13, 10:45am -
  • Differences between Government Finance Statistics (Local Government) and Local Authority Financial Statistics
    Data for Government Finance Statistics (Local Government) (GFS) and Local Authority Financial Statistics (LAFS) is collected in the Local Authority Census, a comprehensive and detailed questionnaire on the finances of local authorities. The same d…
    - 30 Jul 13, 10:05am -
  • Operating deficit worsens for local authorities
    Local authorities’ spending exceeded income by $0.7 billion in the year ended June 2012, Statistics New Zealand said today. This is the largest operating deficit for local authorities since 1993, when we first recorded figures. Before June 2008, l…
    - 24 Jul 13, 10:45am -
  • Government Finance Statistics (Central Government) – information releases
    This release is discontinued. Content previously available in this release is now available in Government Finance Statistics (General Government). Latest releases Government Finance Statistics (Central Government): Year ended June 2015 G…
    - 17 Jun 13, 9:48am -
  • Local authorities' operating surplus rises
    Local authorities had an operating surplus in the March 2013 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. After adjusting for seasonal effects, income exceeded expenditure by $91 million."The operating surplus in the March 2013 quarter follows a…
    - 11 Jun 13, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities show small surplus
    Local authorities had a small operating surplus in the December 2012 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. After adjusting for seasonal effects, income exceeded expenditure by $0.3 million."Although minor, this surplus comes after more than…
    - 15 Mar 13, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities reduce deficit
    Spending by local authorities exceeded their income by $91 million in the September 2012 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. After adjusting for seasonal effects, this shows an improvement on the deficit of $148 million in the June 2012 quart…
    - 14 Dec 12, 10:45am -
  • Crown research institutes' surplus continues to grow
    Crown research institutes’ operating surplus was $30.2 million in the year ended 30 June 2012, Statistics New Zealand said today. Their operating surplus was $4.4 million larger than the year ended June 2011, when income exceeded spending by $…
    - 5 Dec 12, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities' expenditure exceeds income
    Local authorities had an operating deficit in the June 2012 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. Expenditure exceeded income by $145 million (after adjusting for seasonal effects)."The operating deficit in the June 2012 quarter shows a sma…
    - 11 Sep 12, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities' deficit continues to grow
    Local authorities’ spending exceeded income by $0.6 billion in the year ended June 2011, Statistics New Zealand said today. Their operating deficit is $0.4 billion larger than the year ended June 2010, when spending exceeded income by $0.2 bill…
    - 24 Jul 12, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities remain in operating surplus
    Local authorities had a quarterly operating surplus in the March 2012 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. Income exceeded expenditure by $50 million (after adjusting for seasonal effects)."The operating surplus in the March 2012 quarter f…
    - 13 Jun 12, 10:45am -
  • Update on release of government finance statistics for central government
    Purpose This is an update of Statistics NZ’s project to extend coverage of government finance statistics to include central government. These statistics will be published annually in a new information release, Government Finance Statistics (Centra…
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  • Local authorities move into operating surplus
    Local authorities had a quarterly operating surplus in the December 2011 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. Income exceeded expenditure by $69 million (after adjusting for seasonal effects)."The operating surplus in the December 2011 quar…
    - 14 Mar 12, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities' operating deficit reduces
    Local authorities' quarterly operating deficit reduced $43 million in the September 2011 quarter, after adjusting for seasonal effects, Statistics New Zealand said today. "The reduced deficit this quarter was driven by an increase in operatin…
    - 14 Dec 11, 10:45am -
  • Crown research institutes record after-tax surplus
    Crown research institutes' (CRIs) after-tax surplus was $22.5 million in the year ended 30 June 2011, due to the fall in taxes paid by CRIs, Statistics New Zealand said today. This follows a deficit of $12.4 million in the previous year. Before tax,…
    - 1 Dec 11, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities reduce deficit
    Local authorities reduced their operating deficit by $40 million in the June 2011 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. However, local authorities still spent $51 million more than they earned from current operations. "While the …
    - 14 Sep 11, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities reduce operating deficit in 2010
    Local authorities’ operating expenditure exceeded income by $0.3 billion in the year ended June 2010, Statistics New Zealand said today. However, local authorities have reduced their total deficit by $100 million, from $0.4 billion in 2009.…
    - 27 Jul 11, 10:45am -
  • Canterbury earthquakes continue to affect local authorities' operating deficit
    Local authorities recorded a seasonally adjusted operating deficit of $127 million in the March 2011 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. This is $50 million larger than in the December 2010 quarter, when a deficit of $77 million…
    - 15 Jun 11, 10:45am -
  • September earthquake and council changes affect local authorities' operating deficit
    Local authorities recorded a seasonally adjusted operating deficit of $82 million in the December 2010 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. Deficits have now occurred in each quarter for the last three years. The deficit thi…
    - 16 Mar 11, 10:45am -
  • Information about the District Health Board Financial Statistics
    District health board financial statistics With the passing of the New Zealand Public Health and Disability Act in December 2000, major changes to the structure of the New Zealand publicly funded health sector came into effect from 1 January 2001. E…
    - 31 Jan 11, 12:00am -
  • Local authorities' operating deficits continue
    Local authorities recorded a seasonally adjusted operating deficit of $70 million in the September 2010 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. "The deficit this quarter is $50 million larger than the June quarter deficit of $20…
    - 15 Dec 10, 10:45am -
  • Income slows for Crown research institutes
    Crown research institutes (CRIs) recorded an increase in operating income of 1.5 percent for the year ended 30 June 2010, Statistics New Zealand said today. The largest contributor to income was government revenue (research funding), which was…
    - 1 Dec 10, 10:45am -
  • Investment income reduces local authorities' operating deficit
    Local authorities recorded a seasonally adjusted operating deficit of $20 million in the June 2010 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. "The deficit this quarter is $81 million smaller than the March quarter deficit of $101 mi…
    - 15 Sep 10, 10:45am -
  • Annual local authority financial statistics: Year ended June 2009 – Technical notes

    Annual local authority financial statistics: Year ended June 2009 – Technical notes

     Back to Annual local authority financial statistics: Year ended June 2009 Technical notes Statistics in the Excel tables provide the first available information on annual local authority financial statistics for the year ended June…
    - 27 Jul 10, 3:00pm -
  • Annual local authority financial statistics: Year ended June 2009

    Annual local authority financial statistics: Year ended June 2009

    Latest annual data to year ended June 2009 Annual local authority financial statistics presents the latest annual financial information about New Zealand's local authorities to the year ended 30 June 2009. While Statistics New Zealand has compile…
    - 27 Jul 10, 2:56pm -
  • Changes to the release of annual local authority financial statistics

    Changes to the release of annual local authority financial statistics

     Back to Annual local authority financial statistics: Year ended June 2009 Introduction Annual financial information about individual local authorities in New Zealand comes from the annual Local Authority Census (LAC). In 2009, Statis…
    - 27 Jul 10, 12:00am -
  • Local authorities' operating deficit rises
    Local authorities recorded a seasonally adjusted operating deficit of $63 million in the March 2010 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. "The deficit this quarter is the result of reduced revenue from all sources except rates,…
    - 16 Jun 10, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities' operating deficit continues to narrow
    Local authorities recorded a seasonally adjusted operating deficit of $20.2 million in the December 2009 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. "The deficit this quarter is $45.4 million smaller than the September 2009 quarter…
    - 17 Mar 10, 10:45am -
  • Local authorities' operating deficit narrows
    Local authorities recorded a seasonally adjusted operating deficit of $69.9 million in the September 2009 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. "The deficit this quarter is $30.9 million smaller than the June 2009 quarter deficit …
    - 16 Dec 09, 10:45am -
  • Surplus for Crown research institutes
    The collective operating surplus for New Zealand's Crown research institutes (CRIs) reached $25.2 million in the year ended June 2009, Statistics New Zealand said today. The surplus was $1.9 million less than the $27.1 million surplus achieved in th…
    - 1 Dec 09, 10:45am -
  • Hedging of New Zealand's foreign currency denominated overseas debt - article

    Hedging of New Zealand's foreign currency denominated overseas debt - article

    Key Statistics - article, July 1999, p.7 Summarises the results of a survey on the hedging (financial risk) of New Zealand's foreign currency denominated overseas debt. The survey results also provide estimation of the market value of financial d…
    - 4 Nov 09, 12:00am -
  • Local authorities’ operating expenditure rises
    Local authorities' seasonally adjusted operating expenditure increased 3.2 percent to $1,762.1 million, while operating revenue rose 0.8 percent to $1,661.1 million in the June 2009 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. These rises produ…
    - 16 Sep 09, 10:45am -
  • District Health Board Financial Statistics – previous releases
    These releases provide information on the financial performance and financial position of publicly-funded hospital and health service providers. The last information release on this subject was published on 19 February 2007 for the December 200…
    - 9 Sep 09, 12:00am -
  • Local Authority Statistics – previous releases
    These releases provide information on the performance of core non-trading activities of New Zealand's territorial and regional councils. The latest releases contain tables on: revenue and expenditure – actual revenue and ex…
    - 31 Aug 09, 12:00am -
  • Local authority financial statistics by council

    Local authority financial statistics by council

    Latest annual data to year ended June 2008 This dataset, containing financial information about New Zealand's regional, district and city councils, has been produced by Statistics New Zealand from the annual Local Authority Census. While much of…
    - 29 Jul 09, 12:00am -
  • Introducing government finance statistics

    Introducing government finance statistics

    Statistics New Zealand is releasing a new statistical output on 27 July 2011: Government finance statistics (local government). Government finance statistics (GFS) are an economic representation of a government's financial activity.…
    - 30 Jun 09, 12:00am -
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Kiwiblog

  • newGarner on moving the Port
    Duncan Garner writes: So now Winston Peters and his Government want to move the Ports of Auckland to Whangārei. Such a small little thing to do that will barely cause much disruption at all. Said no-one ever. Does anyone have any idea how ginormous…
    - 14 hours ago 18 Nov 19, 4:00pm -
  • newMayor Pete surges
    The Des Moines Register reports: Pete Buttigieg has rocketed to the top of the latest Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom Iowa Poll in the latest reshuffling of the top tier of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. Since September, Buttigieg has ris…
    - 16 hours ago 18 Nov 19, 2:00pm -
  • newEntrepreneur on the Year
    Stuff reports: A battle to help a young entrepreneur banned from driving his ride-on lawnmower to jobs has gone to Parliament. Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean has offered support to 14-year-old Johnny O’Neill after reading of his plight on Stuff. Joh…
    - 18 hours ago 18 Nov 19, 12:00pm -
  • newKeep it up Shane
    Stuff reports: Forestry Minister Shane Jones will not back down from comments describing farmers protesting on Parliament as “rednecks”. As NZ First is trying to win votes in rural NZ, this is just great stuff. Keep it up Shane. I understand Labo…
    - 20 hours ago 18 Nov 19, 10:00am -
  • newGeneral Debate 18 November 2019
    Tags: General Debate
    - 22 hours ago 18 Nov 19, 8:00am -
  • newWilson’s Auckland Power List

    Wilson’s Auckland Power List

    Simon Wilson has a power list of the top 25 in Auckland. Obviously very subjective, but here’s a few of his ratings: 1 Jacinda Ardern 2 Phil Goff 5 Desley Simpson 6 Sean Topham 7 Phil Twyford 8 Paula Bennett 10 Chloe Swarbrick 11 Matt Lowrie 12 Mat…
    - 23 hours ago 18 Nov 19, 7:00am -
  • Chippie and Nikki
    Audrey Young writes: Education Minister Chris Hipkins received an unusual request last week. It was from National’s education spokeswoman, Nikki Kaye, asking a favour. Kaye had booked the rose garden café in Wellington’s botanical gardens for th…
    - 2 days ago 17 Nov 19, 3:00pm -
  • Another Trumper off to jail
    Stuff reports: Roger Stone, the longtime Republican operative and early Trump booster, has been convicted of lying to Congress, obstructing a congressional probe and witness tampering, just two days after House Democrats separately began public impe…
    - 2 days ago 17 Nov 19, 11:00am -
  • General Debate 17 November 2019
    Tags: General Debate
    - 2 days ago 17 Nov 19, 8:00am -
  • At least he hasn’t sung about killing her or raping her children yet
    Stuff reports: A star of the New Zealand Music Awards, rapper Tom Scott, used his acceptance speech to deliver a strong message to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. The musician, who won one of the biggest accolades of the night with the Album of the Ye…
    - 2 days ago 17 Nov 19, 7:00am -
  • Just say no
    Stuff reports: Paul Joseph Dally – the man who abducted, raped and murdered Karla Cardno – has been denied parole.  In a decision released on Friday, the Parole Board ruled Dally, 58, will have to spend another 18 months behind bars before he ca…
    - 3 days ago 16 Nov 19, 3:00pm -
  • Corbyn says Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi should have been arrested
    The BBC reports: Speaking to LBC, the Labour leader said Baghdadi’s removal was “a very good thing” but “if it’s possible to arrest somebody and put them on trial then that is what should have been done”. In my experience it is difficult…
    - 3 days ago 16 Nov 19, 11:00am -
  • General Debate 16 November 2019
    Tags: General Debate
    - 3 days ago 16 Nov 19, 8:00am -
  • A botched botchup
    Newshub reports: The investigation into how Budget-sensitive material was accessed from Treasury by the National Party has been terminated over an undeclared “conflict of interest”.State Services Commissioner Peter Hughes announced on Wednesday t…
    - 3 days ago 16 Nov 19, 7:00am -
  • Guest Post: The Battle of Britain
    A guest post by David Garrett: The Battle of Britain was  fought eighty years ago next year Eighty years ago, on 1 September 1939, World War II began when Germany invaded Poland, and refused a British ultimatum to withdraw from that country. Eighty…
    - 4 days ago 15 Nov 19, 4:00pm -
  • The secrecy regime at Christchurch Council
    Stuff reports: Allegations that senior Christchurch City Council staff manipulated reports and deliberately kept negative information secret were not taken seriously by the former chief executive, a damning report has found.  The leadership and cult…
    - 4 days ago 15 Nov 19, 2:00pm -
  • A fishy dinner
    Stuff reports: The appointment of prominent transport blogger and architecture photographer Patrick Reynolds to the board was controversial. He had been mocked for his lack of governance experience at the time he was appointed and drew the ire of D…
    - 4 days ago 15 Nov 19, 12:00pm -
  • Mega-merger challenges
    Radio NZ reports: The fate of RNZ and TVNZ may soon be in the hands of Cabinet ministers, with a proposal to disestablish both broadcasters and create an entirely new public media entity. In principle this could be a good thing. But there are signifi…
    - 4 days ago 15 Nov 19, 10:00am -
  • General Debate 15 November 2019
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  • Those you have to thank for the End of Life Choice Act
    I blogged yesterday on the huge credit that should go to David Seymour for getting the EOLC Act through Parliament. It was a massive battle and there were multiple points at which things could have gone wrong, and it would have ended in defeat. David…
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Liturgy

  • Feast of Saints Peter and Paul

    Feast of Saints Peter and Paul

    Almighty God, whose blessed apostles Peter and Paul glorified you by their martyrdom: Grant that your Church, instructed by their teaching and example, and knit together in unity by your Spirit, may ever stand firm upon the one foundation, whi…
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  • The Trinity and a Baryon

    The Trinity and a Baryon

    Yes, I’ve taught Physics, but it was only a recent conversation with a Physics teacher after Trinity Sunday that the Baryon model of quarks came up as a model for the Trinity. Quarks cannot exist alone. [It is possible for a quark and an antiquark…
    - 27 Jun 19, 6:46am -
  • Anthelm of Belley

    Anthelm of Belley

    26 June is the Feast of Anthelm of Belley. He was born near Chambéry in 1107. He would later receive an ecclesiastical benefice in the area of Belley. When he was thirty years old, he resigned from this position to become a Carthusian monk at Portes…
    - 26 Jun 19, 6:45am -
  • Winter Soulstice Matariki

    Winter Soulstice Matariki

    In the Southern Hemisphere, at the time of the winter solstice, a cluster of seven stars, called ‘the Pleiades’ in the Northern Hemisphere and ‘Matariki’ in Aotearoa New Zealand, becomes visible on the horizon just before dawn. For Maori, thi…
    - 25 Jun 19, 6:36am -
  • Father

    Father

    This post continues the reflection around Cardinal John Dew’s letter calling on the addressing of priests as “Father” to stop as it, according to him, has been integral to the Roman Catholic sexual abuse crisis. [Previous posts are here and her…
    - 21 Jun 19, 6:48am -
  • Corpus Christi

    Corpus Christi

    The tradition of giving thanks for the institution of the Eucharist (in the story of Jesus’ life on a Thursday) has long been celebrated on the first “free” Thursday outside of Lent/Easter. People connect it with Juliana of Liège. Thomas Aquin…
    - 20 Jun 19, 6:38am -
  • Gospel of Mark in Koine Greek – The Movie

    Gospel of Mark in Koine Greek – The Movie

    KoineGreek.com and the Lumo Project are producing a movie of The Gospel according to Mark in the original Koine Greek – complete with subtitles. The intention is that there will be a new chapter put out each week. Here is Chapter 1: The announcemen…
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  • Resources for Week beginning 23 June

    Resources for Week beginning 23 June

    Let us pray (in silence) [that we praise, reverence, and serve God] pause Lord,may we always love and revere your Holy Name,for you never fail to help and guide those you establish firmly in your love;through Jesus Christ, our Saviourwho is alive wit…
    - 18 Jun 19, 6:41am -
  • Call no man Father

    Call no man Father

    Recently, I wrote about the call to stop using “Father” for priests because of the abuse crisis. This post continues that reflection by thinking about the selective biblical literalism that eschews addressing clergy as “Father”. It is repeati…
    - 14 Jun 19, 6:42am -
  • An Act of Discord?

    An Act of Discord?

    In The Book of Common Prayer of The Episcopal Church, the Calendar (page 23) has that a celebration of “The First Book of Common Prayer, 1549, is appropriately observed on a weekday following the Day of Pentecost.” Today, on this site, is that da…
    - 13 Jun 19, 6:59am -
  • Transubstantiation and Sacrifice?

    Transubstantiation and Sacrifice?

    All over the South Pacific, on Sunday Anglicans (and others) prayed: Praise and glory to you creator Spirit of God;you make our bread Christ’s bodyto heal and reconcileand to make us the body of Christ.You make our wine Christ’s living sacrificia…
    - 12 Jun 19, 6:36am -
  • Trinity Sunday

    Trinity Sunday

    This week is the tenth week in Ordinary Time (Counting Time). On Sunday, June 16, Trinity Sunday takes precedence and hence replaces the Sunday in the eleventh week in Ordinary Time. Let us pray (in silence) [to God the source of all being, through t…
    - 11 Jun 19, 6:37am -
  • After Pentecost

    After Pentecost

    The Day of Pentecost concludes the Easter Season – it is the culmination of the Great Fifty Days of the Easter season. The first Sunday after Easter is Trinity Sunday! Monday June 10 is the Monday in the 10th Week in Ordinary Time. We left off coun…
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  • Worship Rules?

    Worship Rules?

    I recently attended a workshop to improve photography. The presenter worked through a list of photography rules: the rule of thirds hotspots the effect of lines … I regularly make a parallel between worship (or liturgy) and grammar – trying to…
    - 6 Jun 19, 7:15am -
  • The Abusing Father?

    The Abusing Father?

    In response to the sexual abuse crisis, the leader of New Zealand's Roman Catholics said it is "time to stop calling priests 'Father'".
    - 5 Jun 19, 6:41am -

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  • newKelcy Taratoa - The Grey Space Te Kore-te Wiwia
    Floortalk 6pm.Please join us next Wednesday 6 November to welcome Mt Maunganui artist Kelcy Taratoa (Ngai Te Rangi, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāti Raukawa) to Bartley + Company Art and to celebrate his first exhibition in ...Wellington | Wednesday, 6 Nove…
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  • newCaitlin Devoy, Display
    Millers O’Brien is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new work by Wellington-based artist Caitlin Devoy. Devoy’s sculpture-based practice deploys the seductive potential of materiality and humour to engage ...Wellington | Thursday, 14 Nove…
    - 1 day ago 20 Nov 19, 11:00am -
  • newLouisa Beatty, David Ed Cooper, Hollow Pony
    Technologies are bound to fail. Screens crack, cables get shredded, old models are quickly replaced by newer ones, or things just don’t work as they should. A broad set of discourses and industries so optimistic in the ...Wellington | Thursday, 24…
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  • newOpportunity Arts
    Location: Bowen House Exhibition Space, entrance on 84 Lambton Quay, Wellington Opening hours: 6th November until 5th December. Gallery open Wednesday and Thursdays 10am-3pm Opportunity Arts has assembled some of its ...Wellington | Wednesday, 6 No…
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    Billy Apple, Fiona Clark, Mata Aho Collective, Colin McCahon, Christopher Perkins.On 21 September 1999 Adam Art Gallery opened its doors for the first time. To mark our twentieth year, we celebrate with a suite of ...Wellington | Wednesday, 6 Novem…
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  • newSusie Baker - Ripple Effect
    Kaikoura artist Susie Baker's personal response to the 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake in unique photographic artworks.Susie Baker moved to Kaikoura from Scotland 15 years ago. This is her first exhibition in ...Wellington | Friday, 8 November 2019 - Sund…
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  • newGallipoli: The Scale of Our War
    This ground-breaking exhibition developed with Weta Workshop tells the story of the Gallipoli campaign in World War I through the eyes and words of eight ordinary New Zealanders who found themselves in extraordinary ...Wellington | Thursday, 9 May 20…
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  • newTwo Exhibitions: John Walsh - Sarah Munro
    'John Walsh: Papatuanuku and Us' (31 Oct - 23 Nov 2019). John Walsh's painting practice draws from upon traditional Maori legend to create striking and ethereal landscapes populated by mysterious figures. A birdman ...Wellington | Thursday, 31 Octo…
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  • newTatau: Sāmoan Tattooing and Photography
    Tatau: Sāmoan Tattooing and Photography presents the work of four photographers who have documented Sāmoan tattooing over the past 40 years in New Zealand, Sāmoa, the United States, and Europe.From intimate ...Wellington | Saturday, 9 November 2…
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  • newSteve Carr: Chasing the Light
    Christchurch artist Steve Carr offers a chilled-out take on a familiar spectacle. In his six-screen video installation, Chasing the Light (2018), drone-mounted cameras observe a fireworks display from multiple viewpoints ...Wellington | Saturday, 16…
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  • newNews From the Sun
    News From the Sun: Artist Talks - 16 Nov, 2PMThe window, the horizon, and the still life are some of photography’s biggest clichés. Darkroom and Instagram famous, beloved by professionals and amateurs alike, they ...Wellington | Saturday, 16 Nov…
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  • newCurious
    Internationally renowned botanical artist Sue Wickison has an eye for the curious, weird and wonderful. Growing up in Sierra Leone, West Africa, Sue's passion for natural history was nurtured by her father, a teacher, ...Wellington | Friday, 15 Novem…
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  • newHome Is Where My Heart Will Rest
    For Home is where my heart will rest, Chevron Hassett, Toi Pōneke’s 2019 Visual Artist in Residence extends his practice of whanaungatanga, delving into an integral commitment to the place closest to his heart, his ...Wellington | Saturday, 16 Nov…
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  • newCollidescope 2019 Exhibition
    Te Auaha( NZ institute of Creativity) creative students welcome you to our graduate exhibition.Collidescope 2019 showcase the works of students from the Bachelor and Graduate Diploma of Creative Technologies, and the ...Wellington | Monday, 18 Nove…
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  • newRust + Restoration He Waikura He Whakauka
    When a stack of rusty, dust-covered film cans arrived at Ngā Taonga, it was a surprise to find much of the film inside was in great condition. The films were from the collection of Thomas H. Whetton, freelance cameraman ...Wellington | Friday, 11 Oc…
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  • newPūkana! Te Ihi Te Wehi Te Wana: Moments In Māori Performance
    Pukana - Te Ihi, Te Wehi, Te Wana Moments in Māori performance. Celebrate Māori performance and performers across time and genres.14 September - 23 May 2020 in the National Library Gallery.Pūkana is the first ...Wellington | Thursday, 19 Septe…
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  • newYou Are Here by Sharon Greally
    An Exhibition of new works from local artist, Sharon Greally. "You are Here" is a journey into a meditative landscape, to give your mind, body and soul a place to rest. Based on days staring out at Raumati Island ...Wellington | Wednesday, 13 No…
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  • newExhibition: Rust + Restoration He Waikura He Whakauka
    When a stack of rusty, dust-covered film cans arrived at Ngā Taonga, it was a surprise to find much of the film inside was in great condition. The films were from the collection of Thomas H. Whetton, freelance cameraman ...Wellington | Friday, 11 Oc…
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  • newFeatured Artists
    Featured Artists for the month of November are: Jo Constable & Ali Murray: Printmakers. Jo & Ali will have their unique prints on display in the Southern Cross Garden Bar. You will be able to view a range of printmaking ...Wellington | Saturday, 2 No…
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