The TV2 soap this week celebrated its 20th anniversary with a feature-length episode on Monday and a glitzy party in Auckland last night where past and present cast members came together to revel in the fact the show has lasted the test of time.
The above photo of a fancy birthday cake featuring an ambulance and TV set was posted on the Shortland Street Facebook page yesterday.
So a big congratulations to Shortland Street for reaching the 20-year milestone.
We’re looking forward to the 21st stories next year.
A load of familiar kiwi faces are currently appearing in a great new campaign that aims to cut out inequality in New Zealand.
The WTF campaign is looking for change when it comes to discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in this country.
Among the celebrities taking part are Tamati Coffey, Jo Cotton, Colin Mathura-Jeffree, Alison Mau, Leigh Hart and Danielle Cormack as well as a whole lot more from the likes of Shortland Street, The Almighty Johnsons, Go Girls, Spartacus, Underbelly and other shows.
Check out the website to see how you can get involved.
Brian Fallow(NZ Herald), Pattrick Smellie(BusinessDesk) and Colin James(Synapsis) with Finance Minister Bill English in an exclusive half hour session on the future for the New Zealand economy — the risks, the potential gains and where the Government might go next . The panel will also question Labour’s Finance Spokesperson, David Parker.