Local Govt | National News Video | Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Search


Top talent line-up announced for Christmas party!

Top talent line-up announced for New Zealand’s biggest free Christmas party!

Stan Walker, Anika Moa, Avalanche City, Caleb Jago-Ward and Australian singing sensation Jessica Mauboy have been announced as the headline acts for this year’s Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park.

Since 1994, this multi-cultural musical spectacular has starred some of the nation’s most talented singers, dancers and musicians and this year Coca-Cola NZ are delighted to confirm that Vince Harder, Lavina Williams, Esther Stephens, Nyree Huyser, Ben Lummis and Marley Wilcox-Nanai will also join the star studded line-up for the nation’s favourite Christmas gathering.

Annette Chillingworth from Coca-Cola NZ said, “The performers this year are truly exceptional and they all love being in the show. For 22 years I’ve had the privilege of leading a wonderful dedicated team who year after year work tirelessly to deliver this spectacular community gathering. It’s a perfect way for family and friends to get together to celebrate the start of the festive season.”

This year, Coca-Cola NZ have partnered with TV2 to broadcast a 90 minute special on Sunday 13 December, featuring highlights from the Auckland and Christchurch events.

Once again Coca-Cola NZ is delighted to be supporting Youthline and ask concertgoers to be generous and bring a gold coin donation.


© Scoop Media

Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

Coronavirus: On The Addiction To Chinese Student Fees, And A Possible Future For RNZ Concert

Last week, Australian PM Scott Morrison extended its ban on foreign visitors from or passing through from mainland China – including Chinese students - for a third week. New Zealand has dutifully followed suit, with our travel ban extending until next Monday at least, presumably dependent to some extent on what Morrison decides to do later this week.
Our universities are now asking for an exemption to the travel ban for their Chinese students, who would still, the universities assure us, be subjected to strict quarantine procedures upon arrival. Given how the inability of the university system to care for its own students on campus made world news last year, that promise may not do much to reduce the coronavirus fears among the wider New Zealand public. More>>


Water Woes: Wellington Reflects National Problem

Water utilities right across the country face major challenges to upgrade and maintain their underground three waters network. Water New Zealand’s Technical Manager, Noel Roberts says Wellington’s waste water woes are not unique to the capital city. ... More>>


2020 And Beyond: National’s Economic Plan

National Leader Simon Bridges has today outlined National’s economic plan heading into election 2020. “National understands the economy and how it impacts on New Zealanders day to day lives... More>>


Abortion Legislation Committee: Abortion Bill Report Presented To The House

The Abortion Legislation Committee has presented its report on the Abortion Legislation Bill to the House. A copy of the report is available here. The bill seeks to have abortion services provided like other health services... More>>


Local Government NZ: New Report A Pathfinder For Affordable Housing

A report released today by LGNZ provides a roadmap for councils finding their way through the complex policy, regulatory and market tools available to help enable more affordable housing developments for New Zealanders. With demand soaring, rents ... More>>


“Can Do Better”: Sallies Election Year Report Card

This year’s State of the Nation report by The Salvation Army offers a mixed bag of outcomes, with some significant headline progress - but also an ambitious list of “can do better”. Government action is delivering limited improvements... More>>






InfoPages News Channels