THE KIWI DIARY

The Kiwi Diary began in 2004 when two friends, Annabel Wilson and Freda Wells, asked the question, "what is Kiwi culture?" What followed was months of research, design, late-night over-the-wine-glass musings, scribbled napkin notes, nervous first sponsor meetings, network hustling for contributions, and hundreds of hours of the hot-water-bottle huddle at the computer, designing the inaugural Kiwi Diary.  That was 2004. Today, The Kiwi Diary has evolved into a much anticipated snapshot of the best of kiwi creativity, from a country on the edge. Ten years on and its goals remain the same: to entertain, to educate and to inspire, to share great ideas, and raise awareness about things that matter. 

HE TOI WHAKAIRO, HE MANA TANGATA
Where there is artistic excellence, there is human dignity.




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