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Council staff say residents should ‘stop pooing’ ahead of Lower Hutt music festival

A terrible stench that has plagued a New Zealand community is expected to get worse before it gets better, prompting concerns it could become a reputational issue for the city.An offensive odour in Lower Hutt being is produced by the Seaview wastewater treatment plant, which was giving local residents headaches, news website Stuff has reported.At a November Hutt City Council meeting, Mayor Campbell Barry asked if there was anything that […]

todayDecember 26, 2023 3


Northampton Council praises code enforcement, questions upcoming music festival

During the Northampton Borough Council meeting on Thursday, August 17, Council President Judith Kutzler thanked the borough’s code enforcement, zoning and public works teams. This comes after she said the borough employees were “viciously attacked” on social media.  “Our code department addressed many violations brought to their attention,” she said. July saw 79 property maintenance violations, including 51 weed complaints. Other complaints involved illegal vehicles, debris on porches and overgrown […]

todayAugust 28, 2023 2


Meet the Music Australia Council tasked with solving local music’s struggles

Popular musicians and key industry figures will head up the Music Australia Council, a new government-backed body established to support and grow Australian music at home and abroad.Music Australia is one of the central bodies of the federal government's national cultural policy, revealed in January and titled 'Revive', which operates within Creative Australia and will benefit from an investment of $69.4 million over four years towards contemporary music (as outlined […]

todayAugust 23, 2023 3


Virginia Beach City Council votes in favor of new music festival

In a 7-4 vote, the City Council decided to set aside $750,000 and execute a sponsorship agreement with Audacy with an amendment on the festival's location. VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Virginia Beach City Council is moving closer to establishing a new music festival featuring pop and rock artists.  Tuesday night, council members voted in approval of an ordinance to set aside $750,000 and execute a sponsorship agreement with the media […]

todayAugust 16, 2023 2


UH Mānoa professor honored by International Council for Traditional Music and Dance

Ricardo Trimillos The International Council for Traditional Music and Dance has awarded a lifetime membership to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Ricardo Trimillos for his years of advocacy, service and academic contributions. Trimillos is a professor emeritus in ethnomusicology and Asian studies at UH Mānoa. His career has been dedicated to helping build the ethnomusicology program in tandem with his former professor and mentor, Barbara Bernard Smith, the founder […]

todayAugust 2, 2023 1

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