Comedian brings his political satire about Donald Trump to Palmerston North.
Leading NZ pianist Ludwig Treviranus brings to a close the first year of the Globe Sunday Matinee concert series
The call has gone out for local musical participants in the annual Sounds of Summer concert series.
Karl Perigo and his uncle, well-known broadcaster Lindsay, perform together in Operatunity's homage to Mario Lanza
Paul Ubana Jones is back to perform at the Hokowhitu Bowling Club
PAWS AND CLAWS: Eyes are especially precious and most of us function everyday without a thought about them.
20 years of summer reading programme that is so popular participants have to be balloted
The fifth annual week-long celebration of local heritage starts its programme of walks, talks, tours, workshops, open days, displays, performances and book launches on Sunday.
OPINION: There is well nigh six decades of the Dylan songbook and if it doesn't count as poetry, I'm unsure what does.
REVIEW: Book explores one of the nations neglected parts of history - the invasion by the British of the Waikato in 19th century.
The Chatham Islands are a short trip by plane but a world away from society.
MEMORY LANE: A historic Melbourne Cup event is linked with Palmerston North.
One last show for dying but beautiful art form.
London Conchord Ensemble presented by Chamber Music New Zealand in Palmerston North.
Top dance company in Palmerston North this week.
Swampfest 2016 gives Palmerston North music a stage.
Cornerstone Christian School show off their art.
Pokemon Go is so gone. In its place is Palmy Rocks - a non-digital idea that is quickly catching on around the country.
Fifty years of the Manawatu Jazz Club is being celebrated over Labour Weekend.
Centrepoint Theatre has received a boost as it raises money to make up for a funding shortfall.
Tertiary providers in Palmerston North battled it out to see who would end up on top.
MEMORY LANE: An impressive book chronicles our Kiwi icons of the 1950s-60s.
A glimpse other worlds is on offer in an exhibition of digital illustration by UCOL students.
Review: The Funkbone Experience delivered magnificent musicianship.
A musician and two actors are taking to the road in a horse truck for their wool shed tour.
Artist Kirsty Porter has a new exhibition and in a word, it's metaphorical.
Tina White reviews The Book Club play by director Kelly Harris.
The acclaimed nutritional specialist and author tells women to stop surviving and start thriving.
This year's Centrepoint theatre season has been full of surprises, and Double Derelicts is no exception.
Stephen Fisher reviews the State Highway 48 show at the Regent on Broadway.