Auditions get under way today for this year's Marlborough Stars in Your Eyes, an annual talent-quest organised by Spring Creek Lions to raise money for Marlborough youth.
Here's your chance to reveal your talent to the world.
Kaikoura wildlife, sea scenes and mountain pictures fill a book produced by Marlborough photographer Graeme Matthews.
Art pertinent to Anzac Day is among the Permanent Collection works showing at the Millennium Art Gallery in Blenheim.
Tempo's theme this month was the Music of Stage and Screen
Scotland is calling for five highland dancers from Marlborough to take part in the prestigious Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in July.
A stage show that takes children into the world of make-believe is an eternal winner for children's theatre.
The annual Marlborough Regional Shakespeare Festival again brought the bard to life on Monday night at the Marlborough Girls' College hall.
Unframed screenprints by Coromandel artist Michael Smither will fill a wall at The Diversion Gallery in Picton over Easter.
Life in Las Vegas delivers a daily dose of fun and good times
A traditional European fairytale will be brought to life next week when the Marlborough Children's Theatre performs Puss in Boots the Panto.
A large audience attended Friday night's recital by world-famous pianist Philip Fowke
Talented musical Marlburians did the region proud yesterday during the wreath-laying ceremony in Seymour Square
Students from Kaikoura High School will swell entries in the 2014 Marlborough regional Shakespeare Festival.
One of Britain's most important designers and art theorists in the 19th century will be discussed at a lecture in Blenheim on Thursday.
Southern indie duo Into the East members Graeme Woller and Liv McBride talk to Chris Chilton about the music they are bringing to Picton and Kaikoura this week.
Marlborough teenagers Olivia Burns, 16, and Alice Schofield, 16 are to meet Prince William.
Hear the Thunder? Manpower Australia is heading this way.
Community causes can be helped through art and Renwick artist Bonnie Coad has made a tiny collage to raise money and awareness for Amnesty International.
Queen Charlotte College pupil Tarn Greenlaw is more than just a step ahead - he is a whole year ahead of his fellow art pupils.