You don't necessarily have to spend thousands of dollars to stop your home turning mouldy.
The annual Bulls Rugby Club hunting competition is back after a couple of years absence and hunters of all ages got stuck in despite miserable weather.
Go to this play in Palmerston North with an open mind and expectations.
Sunday's performance in Palmerston North again captured the qualities for which this ensemble have become renowned.
REVIEW: Evergreen classics across genres – rock, big band, the classics and screen – was the theme of this concert in Palmerston North.
Sisters Jemma and Katie Cheer don't find the need for vocals in their music, Carly Thomas writes.
MEMORY LANE: On a sunny day in late May, 1996, something unique happened in the centre of Palmerston North.
'I really love Kiwi girls and will do my best to drag one back across the ditch.'
American ensemble Enso String Quartet in the country for NZ Music Month.
There are plenty of other grass roots under-the-radar music ventures worthy of attention this music month.
An exhibition of ceramic plates far removed from patterned china.
Children's book illustrations have become art in a new exhibition.
Massey University has a new artist in residence, author David Hill.
Layla Cann decided there had to be a way to bring her work life and family life together.
The future is bright for high school band Fruit Juice Parade.
REVIEW: As the inspiration behind the new organ in the Auckland Town Hall, a visit to Palmerston North by John Wells was a most welcome occasion.
Volunteerism, inclusion and self-esteem are at the heart of a new community gym in Feilding.
REVIEW: For their first concert of the year, Manawatu Sinfonia chose a delightfully appealing programme.
REVIEW: The idea of bringing together both Palmerston North's very own supreme jazz vocalist Erna Ferry and Wellington's much-acclaimed singer-songwriter Julie Lamb for a night of passionate blues at Palmerston North's Globe Theatre was indeed inspired.
REVIEW: Following a tried and true format, Beatlemania swept into the Regent on Broadway last Sunday.
The vibrant and colourful Mexican culture is inspiring Palmerston North artists.
In a month of New Zealand Month features, Carly Thomas talked to a music-maker who is living and breathing the scene. He's even building it in his own backyard.
News and views in Palmerston North, 84 years ago today.
Dry nose? Sleeping a lot? Sore when handled or picked up?
OPINION: Robert Vaughn is best remembered as the suave hero in The Man From U.N.C.L.E, but in Special Victims Unit (TV3, Tuesdays), he loses his ability to react and ends up in hospital.
Best-selling Palmerston North author is set to launch his new book.
The musical Hair was the voice of a generation and the decades may have moved on but the voice still remains. Carly Thomas found out how a new production from Abbey Musical Theatre translates beyond the 70s.
The Manawatu Overtones took out the small chorus section at a national competition.
A young Palmerston North dancer is gracing the Royal New Zealand Ballet stage.
A treasured diary from World War I has brought a Palmerston North family's ancestor to life on the big screen.