One viewer mistakenly said the picture was of the young newsreader playing Clara the Cow.
Prayas Theatre is putting on a show after a year-and-a-half of pandemic delays.
It's hoped the Auckland season will prove a success and pave the way for the show to go global.
Jools and Lynda had been staying apart from each other due to the risk of contracting Covid-19.
Malachi Kurei takes regular Red Bands and transforms them into MokoBandz - gumboots featuring a hand drawn Māori design.
NFT expert and University of Auckland professor, Alex Sims, said the technology was not necessarily the problem, the people were.
Artists Poi Ngawati and Hana Maihi are behind the downtown taonga.
The garden is based on a typical temple from the middle kingdom period 2040 BCE to 1782 BCE.
It's also the most expensive piece from the 20th century ever auctioned.
Waikato man Martin van Blerk was behind the project and says he's committed to seeing it through.
"I really couldn't believe it when he said that I could do it and I could paint him," Claus Stangl said.
The footage shows two figures rolling the 50-kilo fixture into the back of a silver car before making their escape.
Michael Auer was let go from the ballet company for inappropriate behaviour in the studio and on tour.
The scale of Marama Davis' work is mind-blowing, not because it's big, but because it is tiny.
The national kapa haka festival is a celebration of te ao Māori, and has been a significant part of the te reo Māori revitalisation.
The national kapa haka event will go ahead next year after being postponed twice due to the pandemic.
They say their ancestor is being exploited, after the portrait was sold at auction for $1.8 million in Auckland on Tuesday night.
A matinee and evening performances were cancelled when the James Bond actor tested positive.
Mayor Phil Goff says it will attract visitors from around the country, and once the borders reopen, around the world.