REVIEW: Most memorials are cold, made of metal or stone. But a quilt is warm and enfolding, like love.
Waldegrave Street saw many changes through the years, writes Tina White.
Quilt: A Musical Celebration tackles personal stories surrounding AIDS. Carly Thomas went along to rehearsal and found humour amongst the heavy subject.
Artist James Robinson opens the floor with the first exhibition of the year at the Zimmerman Contemporary Art Gallery.
Awahuri Hall has a passionate backing from folks fighting for its future.
Feilding's Air Training Corp supports Feilding Health Care through collecting and recycling e-waste.
The Rotary Club of Takaro has planned a Girls' Sheds tour, showcasing Manawatu's feminine creativity and talent.
REVIEW: Michael Fassbender plays a grumpy Steve Jobs in the biopic film.
Art for Ephraim Russell is often a collaborative thing rather than a solo pursuit and his new exhibition is one where he is amongst friends.
Mustering on horse back is becoming a bit of a dying art but for some, it's a necessity.
REVIEW: Two of the finest hours of my viewing season were sitting with my funny goggles on my nose enjoying The Finest Hours in 3D.
Nuclear testing in the South Pacific. Operation Grapple happened over 50 years ago, but for Roy Sefton it is part of his everyday life.
Emily Allington’s first memory was of the shine on her mother’s highly polished floors.
Countdown Feilding donates bread and produce to the Manchester House food bank on a daily basis.
REVIEW: Eddie Redmayne puts in a stellar performance in The Danish Girl.
At university we used to sing “caviar comes from a virgin sturgeon”.
In 1962, the Manawatu Standard asked: what happens after an accident?
Annabel Neall has gained a wealth of knowledge and ideas from her geological adventures.
Sol3 Mio will be embarking on a New Zealand tour before taking some time off to pursue individual interests.
REVIEW: Brooklyn is a likeable, plausible Irish immigrant drama set in New York and Ireland.
As the young couple travelled the 45-minute unsealed road journey from Dannevirke in their little Austin A30, they speculated with a mixture of feelings about what lay ahead at their destination.
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa is our grand matriarch of opera and while visiting New Zealand she gave a rare insight into her life. Carly Thomas was there.
The Dowse Art Museum was originally known as a place where craft and applied art was given special significance, branches of art often not recognised by other galleries.
Johanna Aitchison pens life with all its quirk, bitterness, joy and contrariness into poems and Carly Thomas spoke to her about a certain alter ego that has a part to play in it all.
Musician Graeme James is playing a return gig in Feilding.
REVIEW: The Big Short
From miniature trains to giant wind turbines, entertaining toddlers in mighty Manawatu is a breeze.
In a tucked away Palmerston North hall a group of people have thrown away the 'can't sing' label and are singing loudly and proudly. Carly Thomas went along and ended up joining in.
The early Victoria Esplanade attracted praise, criticism and at least one tragic deed.