REVIEW: Marshland a serious whodunnit movie set in the Spanish swamplands in the 1980s
Winning the nation's top farming award has special significance for a Rotorua couple.
Feilding's Kowhai park will be lit by thousands of sparkling lights for the biannual Fantasy in Lights festival opening this weekend in time for the school holidays.
Memory Lane begins a look at our local Manawatu Standard news personalities, past and present.
The Good News, a play devised by the Making Friends Collective, re-imagines the stories of the bible.
Joy Green is not afraid to transpose Shakespeare onto a different background. Carly Thomas spoke to her about her new production which is taking the Romans into the jazz age.
Job Klijn is the White Room's artist for July and is telling his story of immigrating to New Zealand through his paintings.
Max Deutschle, a young Palmerston North photographer, set to open his first exhibition at Taylor Jensen Fine Arts.
Tom Allen appears to be a good enough bloke. He’s a Sydney psychiatrist counselling a priest who’s had his fingers in the till. That’s his daytime job.
Snails: Artist run space has a new exhibition going in for July and it's all about colour.
Shannon singer prepares for concert with national choir.
REVIEW: The lucky dippers who vote on Dancing with the Stars made the right call.
Goldisnowerellahood is a fun and interactive show scheduled for the school holidays by the Tall Poppies Community Theatre Trust.
Teeth brushing might be a normal part of your morning routine but for talented netballer Ruby August it's actually a good luck charm.
Rural Women tells people to seek advice for stress coming after floods and snow.
It was a giant leap of faith for Shane Cameron to offer his broad shoulders to Nerida on Sunday night.
The first in a series of articles highlighting the Manawatu region looks into its vibrant arts scene.
REVIEW: Love and Mercy will appeal to rock surf and pop devotees.
REVIEW: Far From the Madding Crowd. An absorbing English period drama.
Whio, our very own unique New Zealand duck are endangered and need all the help they can get. Carly Thomas spoke to a dedicated pair who put on their tramping boots and took the whio's plight up the spine of the South Island.
Comedian Cori Gonzalez-Macuer is going on his last tour just prior to the birth of his first child.
Forty-eight hours to make a seven minute film that a cinema full of people will watch, it's a tall order, but a Palmerston North crew did just that and more, they walked away with not one, but two awards. Carly Thomas caught up with the Outcast crew to talk about what exactly it is that makes dark comedy so funny.
Palmerston North's all-ages venue Great Job is holding its first music festival a year on after opening.
The second series of True Detectives (Soho, Mondays) has been breathlessly awaited in some circles as the next best thing since rates by instalment.
UCOL has a new performing arts tutor who has a wealth of experience.
REVIEW: Pam Corkery can't escape the noose in fourth week of DWTS.
Lauren Carr has a heap of passion that she is directing into her songwriting and as Carly Thomas found out, it is not going unnoticed.
REVIEW: Review: The Choral Society presented a beautifully reflective works by New Zealand composers themed around Gallipoli,
REVIEW: Hot Pursuit
REVIEW: For New Zealand distribution, this unusual take on a western movie might have been renamed Slow South.