Testament of Youth
Coaltown Blues is a play with real grit, written by a man who was bought up in a mining township.
A new exhibition at Taylor Jensen Fine Arts shows that furniture can also be art.
Waterworks problems seems to be a large part of my day lately. Not problems for me but my hairy patients. These problems can include: urinary incontinence; increased frequency of going to the toilet; apparent difficulty going to the toilet; and blood in the urine. As well as all the blocked bladder cats we see every week, we have had several little canine friends with painful bladder problems!
Saddened Palmerstonians gathered in the Opera House on Sunday November 22, 1915, to commemorate two local nurses drowned in the sinking of the transport ship Marquette.
One man’s junk is another man’s treasure or in the case of Palmerston North’s Arts Recycling Centre, an art project waiting to happen.
Peter Fitz-Herbert made the most of competition experience to win the Taranaki-Manawatu Young Farmers contest.
Tall Poppies has a new drama class on offer, opening up new opportunities for the special needs community.
Rebecca Gibney has been one of our finest actors for many decades.
Chris Berry, a passionate advocate, performer and teacher of African music, is holding a weekend of workshops in Palmerston North.
Just months after picking up the bagpipes for the first time, a young Palmerston North teen has had success on the national stage.
Anthony Lewis may have retired as Palmerston North city librarian and general manager of community services, but he's not finished yet.
Parents are struggling to fill lunch boxes with healthy snacks as prices continue to rise.
English soldier Frank Whittaker went off to WWI eager to serve king and country, and came back a changed man.
There is an element of morbid fascination when it comes to crocodiles and sharks, including having a 'third eye'.
A string of the country's most precious and unique islands is on show at Palmerston North's Te Manawa Museum.
A newly acquired love of golf has been transformed into a powerhouse play at Centrepoint Theatre.
Patricia Arquette puts in a minimalist performance in CSI Cyber.
A visit from royalty has the Manawatu region buzzing.
Meet a girl, fall in love and change your life – that was how Damon Gameau came to create That Sugar Film.
Critics with high brows can say what they like, Helen Mirren will always pack in the matures, and she serves them a treat with Woman in Gold.
Love stories don't ordinarily begin with a bout of car sickness but after 67 years of marriage, Thelma and Doug Doherty aren't any ordinary couple.
Three decades after an accident forced him to leave the Air Force, Rene Redmond is still able to work on his planes.
Eva Peron was a powerful symbol of her time, loved and loathed by a nation and given cult status after her death.
Matt Liggins is an artist and an architect - but thinks the two pursuits are polar opposites.
It's been 10 months since Palmerston North teenager Nat Manville suffered a serious spinal injury during a rugby match
French film festival darling Eden is about the 'French touch' dance music made popular by the likes of Daft Punk.
A baby, cats, a dancer, a bird in flight and toi toi are some of the subjects in the exhibition The Movement, a collaboration of 11 photographers that has become an annual event.
Kay Nagy has been awarded with a Lifetime Achievement in Theatre.
Sparks didn't fly when they first met, but this couple managed to turn a fleeting meeting into lifelong love.