Dusk Til Dawn are a rock 'n' roll band who are finding their way on the Palmerston North music scene.
Sunlight-Ihi Komaru is Te Manawa's new touring exhibition that took two years and $300,000 to complete.
In July, 1904, Mrs Elizabeth B. Miller, a well-known cookery tutor, launched her second book of recipes and tips: The Economical Technical Cookery Book, published by a Dunedin firm. At 380 pages, it was said to be "confidently recommended to the economic and careful housewife."
Change is in the air after nearly a century of weather watching for a Feilding family.
More than 140 students will celebrate young musical talent at a free festival.
The Massey University Drama Society's latest production Twelve in a Box has been adapted for the stage for the first time.
Hayley Groombridge is forging ahead in her chosen career as a jeweller.
The Manawatu International Jazz and Blues Festival is going from strength to strength, with expectations high for its 2015 season.
Dramatic wallpaper, skulls and hot pink accents come together in this funky Palmerston North home.
A retail and gallery space showcasing the work of local designers has opened in Feilding.
Poultry enthusiasts in the region will be crossing the road to the Manawatu poultry and pigeon show in June.
REVIEW: In case there was any doubt, perhaps in the few seconds before our leather-clad ant-hero chomps on a live lizard in the opening scene, Mad Max: Fury Road is absolute mayhem.
An extensive and eclectic art collection owned by a Feilding art lover is going to auction in Auckland.
Josh Ellery's love of music has been nurtured from a young age and the 18 year old has already taken some pretty big steps towards making it his life.
REVIEW: That Sugar Film should be shown in every school before kids take the hamburger route and evolve into human balloons.
If one night out on the ran-tan is royalty's lot in their lives, then Prince Harry can have it.
Palmerston North's Mash Trust Monarch Programme is dedicated to helping people through the tough journey of addiction.
Anna Madeleine is creating electro beats in a Palmerston North music scene that she says is thriving.
Willy Marsh's kiwi aversion training for dogs pulls hunters and trampers in from all over the country, seeking out Marsh's particular expertise with dogs.
Aroha String Quartet performed a varied and interesting concert in Palmerston North, says reviewer Stephen Fisher.
Reactivist is a new exhibition set to open in Palmerston North focusing on the art of activism.
Facing off in the ring, the men behind a new club in Marton are an unlikely pairing, and were it not for an ad spotted at the supermarket they may have never joined forces.
All I can say about Reporoa after watching the rugby documentary, The Ground We Won, is that the hamlet on the volcanic plateau must exist in a 1960s time warp.
Aroha String Quartet to introduce new member at upcoming Palmerston North performance.
Although they're a jazz band, Neon Fusion will give any genre of music a go - even Britney Spears.
A wish for the trip of a lifetime has come true for a terminally ill Palmerston North boy.
Defence Force bikies rode from all over New Zealand to raise money for a Manawatu boy.
This amazing true war rescue story begs the question, where has this book been?
A Frenchie in 2012 kept packing audiences in to Cinema Gold for months and months.
Music Month in Palmerston North is business as usual for a thriving music scene with bands like Man in Rug busy recording and playing.