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Young guns to play at Square Edge

Cellist Joanna Dann is one of the nine finalists in Monday night's Musica Viva Young Performers Scholarship concert.

 More than $3000 of prizes will be presented at his year's Palmerston North Musica Viva Young Performers Scholarship concert.

Arts Uncontrolled unveils diverse talent

A scene from the short film On the Nod screening as part of Arts Uncontrolled.

Tina White reviews the Arts Uncontrolled Showcase at Massey University.

Taking art to the hills gallery

Artist Eric Brew in his Apiti studio.

Artist Eric Brew has found a space in Apiti to call his own.

Family show brings double the laughs

The White Face Crew in Double Derelicts. From Left:  Tupua Tigafua, Justin Haiu and Jarod Rawiri.

 Shortland Street star brings his family show to Palmerston North.

Photography exhibition a first

Photographer Rachael Smith is about to open her first photography exhibition.

Photographer Rachael Smith is about to open her eclectic photography exhibition for the first time.

The bumpy road of middle age video

Deliah Hannah and Shane Cortese are starring in State Highway 48.

Shane Cortese and Delia Hannah are stomping the stage together in a brand new musical.

Why comparing lifestyles is dangerous

Cold coffee is better than no coffee, according to parenting columnist Greer Berry.

Playing the comparison game with other mums? It's one you'll never win, says Greer Berry.

'Colour and energy' captured

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Artist; Baton; ...

Stephen Fisher reviews The Merry Widow presented by the Wellington G&S Light Opera at the Regent Theatre.

Turning the pages of theatre

Lana Sklenars fronts up in The Book Club.

Skin Theatre's new play is all their own.

Duo strike magic combination

Classical guitarist Fuminori Watanabe and cellist Sasha Routh.

A classical guitarist and cellist combined for an enthralling concert.

Munn and McDonald take on Noumea

Josh Munn needs a good performance in Noumea to help him lock up an Australasian PGA Tour card for 2017.

Lachie McDonald and Josh Munn tee off in the South Pacific Open in New Caledonia on Wednesday both needing strong showings to help retain their Australasian PGA Tour cards in 2017.

Arts outburst to break loose

Rosheen Leslie and a masked Shivarn Stewart in a scene from the short movie "On The Nod".

Performance showcase Arts Uncontrolled promises to burst off the bench.

REVIEW: Lola's love labours are lost

Lola learns a valuable lesson after surviving a romantic break-up in the latest solo show

REVIEW: Lola, that normally irrepressible megaconfident frontman for numerous burlesque shows is but a shadow of his usual saucy mischievous self.

'Kiwimusicana' minstrel comes to town

Musical storyteller Mike Harding is bringing his set of Kiwimusicana to the Palmerston North Folk Club this Friday night.

Taranaki troubadour Mike Harding is back in Palmerston North for a solo 'sesh' of Kiwimusicana.

The sheer power of 60 years

Irene Murphy's portrait in Visible: 60 Women at 60.

The milestone of turning 60 has been turned into a book, an exhibition and a show.

The spring before WWI

Fullers Theatre under construction, 1910.

OPINION: Just an ordinary spring day in the Palmerston North of 1913.

Creating glorious glam

Mr Lola Illusion is in the room.

The transformation into Mr Lola Illusion has taken Ian Harman a lifetime.

Stan Walker's tour is heading this way

Multi-platinum singer/songwriter Stan Walker is heading to Palmerston North in November.

Multi-platinum singer/songwriter Stan Walker is heading to Palmerston North in November.

Bringing some taonga out of storage

Jeff Fox, collections and knowledge assets manager at Te Manawa, looks in at one of the displays of their new ...

 Te Manawa is showcasing the stories and people behind their extensive collection.

Plate of Origin matches made

Palmerston North restaurant Aberdeen and Auckland's The Grove won 2016s Plate of Origin competition with a duck and ...

Plate of Origin is on the hunt for the cream of the crop once again.

Kinky Kiwi killer image disputed

Somme: Into the Breach, by Hugh Sebag-Montefiore

Kiwi soldiers sex crazed cold-blooded killers, says author.

Renowned organist to play in Feilding

Organist Michael Stewart, right, will play at St John's Anglican Church. He is pictured with fellow organist Richard ...

New Zealand's most qualified organist is set to play in Feilding.

Classics for drive-in movie season

Manfeild events co-ordinator Jordyn Tate with the films to be shown at the drive-in movie night.

Film selection announced for Manfeild's drive-in movies this spring.

Chinese Moon Festival celebrated gallery video

A scene from a Peking opera at the Chinese Moon Festival.

Palmerston North's Chinese Moon Festival doubles in numbers from last year.

Showbiz show auditions

A top of the line musical show that performers will get an real kick out of, is auditioning dancers, singers and actors ...

'A Chorus Line' the musical said to be the inspiration for 'America's Got Talent' and other televised talent shows, is coming to the Regent On Broadway next April.

Woes for Lola in new cabaret show

Lola ends up in relationship limbo in the new solo cabaret performance, but finds a way out and up during the three ...

A new solo Lola opens in The Dark Room this week.

Emotional tale beautifully presented

Joseph Skelton rehearses for the Royal New Zealand Ballet production of Giselle.

REVIEW: Giselle is one of the world's most romantic ballets and the acclaimed production came to Palmerston North.

To test or not to test?

This unidentified family is included in the Palmerston North Library's Manawatu Heritage collection.

MEMORY LANE: It's the new question for anyone trying to trace their family tree: have you had a DNA test?

Handling your pet's pregnancy

Caesareans on small pets such as guinea pigs and chinchillas are amazing.

As a vet we very rarely see a natural birth as the patients we see are almost always having difficulty.

Earthy, emotional and beautiful

Lucy Green as Giselle in Giselle.

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is bringing Giselle back to the Palmerston North stage.

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