MEMORY LANE: On Thursday, October 16, 1913, an old man dropped dead on the footpath in Bourke Street.
Globe Theatre awards acknowledging the best on and off-stage work for the 2016 season have been announced.
It's Summer Shakespeare time again, and this year, it's headed to the Manawatu River.
Palmerston North taonga puoro artist lands a major residency.
Bonnie Etherington has gone far since gaining a masters from Massey University.
The first year of Sunday Matinee Concerts in Palmerston North's refurbished community theatre has been a success, with a new year of music under way this month.
Two Manawatu musicians are taking their Maori cultural performance to Adelaide and Spain.
After 20 years of being a rural postie in Manawatu, Ron Lawrence has done his final round.
Paws and claws: Vaccination can stop your dog honking like poor old Malt.
They're stuffed with the work of our greatest writers and artists - but NZ hasn't always loved them.
The work of potter James Greig, who was a resident at Massey, is on show in Lower Hutt.
Carly Thomas has a nosey around Te Manawa's collection.
OPINION: My 1-year-old daughter is a thief, writes Greer Berry.
The Majestic Theatre may be old, but the films it shows are right up to date.
A week of welcoming celebrations as the tertiary year commences will attract hundreds of Massey and UCOL students
Palmerston North Folk Music Club hosts ex-pat Palmy folk musician Rachel Dawick
Darren 'Smoke Shop' Watson from Chicago Smokeshop and "Planet Key" fame is back in town with a new band making a one-night stand at the Hokowhitu Bowling Club
Fingers are crossed for a fine Esplanade Day.
The words were often brief and candid, but postcards trace our past.
Paws and claws: Sick of getting your curtains ripped and your couch shredded. Here's some tips to help.
Musician Daniel Ashcroft is a bit of an anomaly.
A new printmaking exhibition showcases the best of New Zealand and Australia.
Otaki's Maoriland Film Festival has grown out of the grass roots.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet starts the year with two short ballets of passion and fire.
Just because they are wild - should the cats have to die? One Porirua couple doesn't think so.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet has a new Ballet Mistress.
The touring Operatunity Daytime Concert Series gets 2017 off to a ballroom flyer.
George St has a reputation as a bustling hot spot of Palmerston North cafe culture, but how do the business owners themselves see it?
REVIEW: The inside story of an amazing flight.
MEMORY LANE: Audiences the world over marveled at Kennedy the Mesmerist, including those in Palmerston North.