Kiwis, prepare to blush. The New Zealand Burlesque Festival is back.
A Palmerston North student has designs on winning a career in fashion.
Benny Tipene set off on a European tour lately and Carly Thomas caught up with him for a bit of a chat.
I never thought I would get older but it seems to creep up on you. Some may remember Sunday family picnics or Dad taking you fishing but these seem to be unfortunately forgotten as life is very busy and many people work on Sundays. And that includes us here at the hospital.
Palmerston North's Woolly Riot have been bombing the city again...with wool.
Bonanza is the Zimmerman Contemporary Art Gallery's latest exhibition from Cam Munroe.
A Palmerston North exhibition puts some creative and colourful wares on show.
Some old favourites are among the musical repertoire for Palmerston North's Showcase Singers' upcoming show.
Amy Atkins knows where she is going. She is young, ambitious and is rapidly filling up pages with words. Carly Thomas sat down with her to talk about her writing, her acting and the blank page of her future that is waiting to be filled.
Interpretive beer is a thing according to a band launching a brew and an album in Palmerston North.
OPINION: Paul Henry (TV3 Tuesday) called it ludicrous and "bloody stupid" and I agree.
Palmerston North artist Georgia Lambert loves colour and she has added a splash of it to a vacant shop.
Rohana Ulluwishewa is publishing his award-winning manuscript to help people look rationally at spirituality.
REVIEW: Hailing from Australia, the Newcastle People’s Chorus is a twenty-eight member strong, union choir with a repertoire which places emphasis on social justice and worker’s rights.
REVIEW: Two hilarious puffing billies take a hike in yet another walking film.
Pigeons are not the only ones who can find their way home over long distances.
Massey University Drama Society members are doing everything for themselves, figuring it out along the way and putting something fresh on the Palmerston North stage. Carly Thomas sat down with an eclectic mix of students to find out more about their new festival.
A Palmerston North artist is putting herself into her paintings by using her menstrual blood.
OPINION: Before the Kennedys there was another political dynasty, the Roosevelts.
Two Palmerston North film makers are hoping for a win at an Australasian video competition.
Emotional Everest disaster drama doesn't leave a dry eye in the house.
Logan Wilson-Bryant loves taekwondo and he's pretty good at it too.
REVIEW: Bites, Skin Theatre, Dark Room, Saturday 19 September;
A school holiday art programme held in Palmerston North will conclude with an exhibition at Te Manawa.
So what is a furball?
In Palmerston North, our own Last Night of the Proms is being held at the Regent on Broadway.
REVIEW: Royal New Zealand Ballet’s has performed its magnificent new version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Palmerston North
An exhibition set to open in Palmerston North tackles more than just art.
This month's Te Manawa Concert Series will be played by two Palmerston North musicians.