PAWS AND CLAWS: Cats have an amazing ability to come out of anything unscathed.
MEMORY LANE: The Longburn Women's Institute is the victim of busy modern-day life.
TUNNEL VISION: These words strike daggers into the heart of Malcolm Hopwood.
Reflecting on mortality and the military, are civilian art appetites too soft?
Flight Sergeant Arthur Evans was killed attempting to sink the deadliest battleship in the world.
Richard Mays reviews the Manawatu production of "A Chorus Line", which is a fundraiser for the Arohanui Hospice.
If you have argued with an automated checkout you will relate to this new show.
With two broken wrists, the prognosis for piano player Jan Preston was not promising. Now, she's ready to perform.
I got to see Kate Elder's exhibition come to life, the birthing of the show, you could say, as it was unwrapped and hung on the gallery walls.
MEMORY LANE: Who was Robert Cunningham Bruce?
A musical journey on the Whanganui River didn't bargain on the waters rising....again.
It is so beneficial for a child to look after a pet, says Manawatu vet Malcolm Anderson.
TUNNEL VISION: The Bachelor is the kind of bloke you'd meet in Mangaweka playing senior Bs.
An updated version of Lord of the Flies is coming to Palmerston North.
Pania Molloy is a prolific Palmerston North artist.
John Clarke didn't grow up drinking Auckland cafes out of their chia smoothies.
There isn't a home in the Pohangina Valley sparky Ron Galyer hasn't visited.
Rembrandt is in New Zealand and he's causing quite a stir.
MEMORY LANE: Author's own experiences and memories inspire book.
PAWS AND CLAWS: But, more than ever, pets don't have to suffer in silence.
A Chorus Line is coming to Palmerston North for the first time and it's for a good cause.
A soulful Taihape Drama Group musical about singer Dusty Springfield has landed an acting award for one of the players.
Retired from the road, this gypsy den now resides in a beautiful garden.
Palmerston North musician Taipari Waaka is releasing a new EP just in time for NZ Music Month.
An Australian comedic storyteller somehow makes the tale of his meth-addicted brother funny.
Performers in meat markets and artistic displays at bus stops greeted Warwick Smith.
MEMORY LANE: Some people just can't let April 1 pass without a prank.
REVIEW: 19th century diary provides fascinating insight into colonial life.
A CRITICAL EYE: Fran Dibble is over awards, although the Wallace Art one isn't too bad.
Palmerston North artist Vivian McKenna has art in her blood.