Author Tony Chapelle writes life into words and Carly Thomas went and found out how.
A new exhibition at Square Edge is a collaboration between friends.
An absolute love of books is the inspiration behind a new body of work by artist and sculptor Fran Dibble.
REVIEW: The wide array of cultures on display gave ample opportunity for the design elements of the production to come to the fore.
Evento will be turning 20 soon and the wearable arts event needs some help.
REVIEW: An enthusiastic 'Gold card' audience gathered at the Regent to join a surprisingly frail Judith Durham as she reflected on the high points of her career.
Amey Bell-Booth's paint brush is never dull as Carly Thomas found out.
May Day to be marked with music and dance.
Rehearsals are under way for the 17 community choirs involved in an upcoming Centrepoint Theatre play.
"This my tea break between innings. I'm not sure where I'm going to bat in the next inning."
At just 14-years-old Marton resident Kaleb Ngatoa is a karting success.
REVIEW: Manawatu Theatre Society has branched into experimental territory with its new production, Corpsing.
Norman Hassell's World War I memoir is colourful – and frank.
Corpsing - no, not the art of playing dead, even if dead bodies do happen to be central to this one-act play.
Palmerston North-born violinist Alan Loveday has died aged 88.
A new David Taylor exhibition is opening at Taylor Jensen Fine Arts.
A newly released book from Massey University Press takes what we know about World War I and pushes it that little bit further.
Comedian's no kid policy is not just for laughs
Free swimming lessons for Marton preschoolers are to continue.
Peter Munro is proud of creating value for New Zealand dairy farmers through research about protein.
Kiwi Bill Phillips became one of the most influential economists of the 20th century, but he always said all he did was set a few hares for people to chase.
There's a current spate of whodunits where the vicar is quicker and slicker than anyone else.
It almost seems like everyone is getting ready for hibernation in the past week, with trailer loads of firewood being stacked and all the hedges being trimmed, along with the flyers in the mail for electric blankets.
In the late summer of 1997, a bunch of mature-aged farmers, wagon drivers, stockmen and others from Manawatu and beyond set out on a derring-do horse and wagon adventure.
Artist Fran Dibble's influences for her new works are random but as in everything she does, she finds order in the extraordinary. Carly Thomas saw the exhibition as it was unpacked.
I had trouble with deciding on this exhibition, "Frida Kahlo: Her Photos", tentatively dipping a toe in and out several times before deciding whether I should make the plunge.
A photographer spent two years researching the devastating effects on riverside communities following a large oil spill.
The Halcombe community walkway officially opened after three years of planning and toil by local volunteers.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet's artistic director Francesco Ventriglia opens up about alopecia.