New work by Peter Robin­son: After Party

Hop­kin­son Moss­man, un­til Sat 4 Mar Peter Robin­son’s new ex­hi­bi­tion, After Party, presents ran­dom ob­jects – met­als, felt, wire and rub­bish – and seem­ingly aligns them to recre­ate the after-ef­fects of a great party, de­pict­ing just how fraz­zled a night out

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A tale of re­demp­tion

A new ˆlm from the di­rec­tor of The Ora­tor

Premier­ing at the Ber­lin Film Fes­ti­val this week, and in Samoan and New Zealand cin­e­mas next month, One Thou­sand Ropes is a poignant drama set in New­town, Welling­ton. English and Samoan di­a­logue is in­ter­wo­ven through­out, as a fa­ther tries to re­con­nect with his fam­ily that he has so of­ten de­stroyed. The film stars Auck­land lo­cal Frankie Adams, along­side Ue­lese Pe­taia. Opens Thu 23 Mar

Idea for Auck­land

Carol Green, cy­cling ad­vo­cate and Bike Te Atatu mem­ber, wants bi­cy­cle park­ing garages

“My idea for Auck­land is to cre­ate bi­cy­cle park­ing in Auck­land Trans­port-owned multi-storey car parks. I’m of­ten asked, where can I park my bike se­curely all day? Is there any­where I can have a shower? Th­ese are two ques­tions I’ve heard a few times lately from an in­creas­ing num­ber of cy­clists – many of whom are com­mut­ing to work­places that don’t have se­cure bi­cy­cle stor­age. Start with the Down­town Car Park and con­vert

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