The red in Dunedin’s tartan signifies the blood ties that Scottish settlers had to leave behind. But the green symbolises new pastures...
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On 1 September SCAPE Public Art launched their Bring Fanfare Home Public Appeal Campaign to raise the targeted $50,000 needed to install Neil Dawson’s Fanfare in Christchurch.
Spectrum at war
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Ngā Toi | Arts Te Papa
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Top performers arrive for Mozart’s greatest opera
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Marking the Battle of Britain
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