A project exploring proverbs from a wide ranging nationalities aims to provide valuable insight into our culture.
Reviewed by Peter Lampp
NZ Music Month kicks off and Palmerston North's all age venue Great Job will be hosting a heap of bands.
Artist Asher Newbery doesn’t do things in halves and has a body of work made up of something bigger than just him.
Shakespeare's birthday will not be forgotten in Palmerston North, with a celebratory day of all things Victorian.
In 1976 Gary Stratford joined the Foxton Fire Brigade, thinking he'd help out for a few years.
"My clothes didn't fit and I knew I had to do something."
It is an event that came to fruition during a coffee-fuelled discussion four years ago and now the Horowhenua Arts Trail is growing in size.
The Manawatu Sinfonia will be celebrating the centennial of classical composer Douglas Lilburn in the best way they know how, through music.
For the Zimmerman gallery's latest exhibiting artist, the idea of human fragility is something that she likes to capture in an image.
Getting primary school pupils interested in doing something for the environment is what this Enviroschools programme wants to do.
Senior students' art from Palmerston North Boys' High School will not only be on show at the Square Edge Community Gallery, it will also be for sale for a good cause.
In Packed To the Rafters, each family member became a Rafter raconteur and the idea is now being used in When We Go To War (TV One, Sundays).
Rugby did not escape the impact of WWI and a project showing just how much it was affected by war.
Testament of Youth
Coaltown Blues is a play with real grit, written by a man who was bought up in a mining township.
A new exhibition at Taylor Jensen Fine Arts shows that furniture can also be art.
Waterworks problems seems to be a large part of my day lately. Not problems for me but my hairy patients. These problems can include: urinary incontinence; increased frequency of going to the toilet; apparent difficulty going to the toilet; and blood in the urine. As well as all the blocked bladder cats we see every week, we have had several little canine friends with painful bladder problems!
Saddened Palmerstonians gathered in the Opera House on Sunday November 22, 1915, to commemorate two local nurses drowned in the sinking of the transport ship Marquette.
One man’s junk is another man’s treasure or in the case of Palmerston North’s Arts Recycling Centre, an art project waiting to happen.
Peter Fitz-Herbert made the most of competition experience to win the Taranaki-Manawatu Young Farmers contest.
Tall Poppies has a new drama class on offer, opening up new opportunities for the special needs community.
Rebecca Gibney has been one of our finest actors for many decades.
Chris Berry, a passionate advocate, performer and teacher of African music, is holding a weekend of workshops in Palmerston North.
Just months after picking up the bagpipes for the first time, a young Palmerston North teen has had success on the national stage.
Anthony Lewis may have retired as Palmerston North city librarian and general manager of community services, but he's not finished yet.
Parents are struggling to fill lunch boxes with healthy snacks as prices continue to rise.
English soldier Frank Whittaker went off to WWI eager to serve king and country, and came back a changed man.
There is an element of morbid fascination when it comes to crocodiles and sharks, including having a 'third eye'.
A string of the country's most precious and unique islands is on show at Palmerston North's Te Manawa Museum.