With two new Lego games released in as many weeks, is this the moment when the series finally jumps the shark?
REVIEW: Dave Manning finds a sumptuous feast on the menu at The Grand Budapest Hotel.
REVIEW: Parks and Recreation, Mondays, 9.55pm, Four Reviewed by Alastair Paulin
Liam Finn has come a long way from the frantic teen pop of Betchadupa, and The Nihilist is an intriguing album from an artist who wants to challenge the listener.
David Manning takes a look at the latest biblical epic.
Elbow have long been at the forefront of the modern British art-rock crowd, because they've never forgotten the importance of a solid melody and spacious arrangements that let each ingredient stand out.
A Song of the Sofa: Episode two (spoiler)
As TV's most violent, incestuous and horribly compelling programme returns to screens, so, too, does the Nelson Mail's most fearless review column.
South Park: The Stick Of Truth plays out like an interactive, 12-hour long episode of the show, with you in the starring role.
Easter Passion Music Nelson Civic Choir with Motueka Guest Choir and organist Jonathan Berkahn, conducted by Carl Browning, Old St John's, Nelson, Saturday night.
Happy Birthday Nelson Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Mick Dowrick Old St John's, Saturday, March 22
The interesting thing about Miriam Hansen and Ginnette Smythe, is that we know very little about them. Their art has to speak to us immediately. And they do.
Revellers took in energetic, funky and hypnotic sounds at the More FM Carnivale on Friday.
Internet scams are becoming a real problem for everyone so Age Concern has decided to do something to help older folk understand the dangers by holding a seminar on the subject.
Nelson's defiant Boulder Bank houseboat builder has been on the move again, his ramshackle erection towed up the Haven to a new spot.