Choir promises to push the boundaries with hits from their recent tour.
Smokefree Rockquest acts from three Nelson-Tasman high schools have made it to the finals.
Going by opening night audience participation this will be a very popular production
A Golden Bay artist has put together a creative design to house a lucky brood of chooks.
Thanks to state of the art projection facilities, the 2016 New Zealand International Film Festival will encompass a record number of screenings.
A talk by artist David Ryan aims to demystify the process of getting art from the studio out into the public eye.
British prodigy Julian Bliss, widely recognised as one of the world's finest clarinettists, plays in Nelson tomorrow night.
An understated queen was crowned at the sell-out Miss Pole Queen New Zealand.
Who needs Pokemon Go when you can reminisce about the old games?
There are a lot of frustrations in modern living, and one of my pet hates is blunt knives.
A Wellington-based improviser extraordinaire will be brining her off the cuff talents to Nelson on Friday as part of the region's monthly comedy show.
A whorehouse in the American South is the backdrop for a Nelson musical.
The Great Taste Trail could bring Tapawera a much-needed tourism boost, when it finally gets funded.
A playful and yet insightful look at contemporary jewellery brings an eclectic mix of works together from around the country, reports Judith Ritchie.
Mobile game gets more mobile with a taxi company's competition getting in on the act.
A neo-noir detective film is the last of the Nelson Film Society Italian screenings for this season.
Nelson Civic Choir have another concert coming up, honouring the work of composer Carl Jenkins.
The oldest gallery in continuous use in the country will celebrate an extensive redevelopment with an opening party.
Former USSR born pianist Oleg Marshev will perform his fourth concert in Motueka next week.
Prince Mabon - the Quest for Rhiannon & the Dark Lord's Curse
Harvest traditions are all but dead in this country. The corporate takeover of our food production and the rise of supermarkets has seen to most of them.
The modern dance group celebrates nine years and more to come as its popularity grows.
Light Nelson broke crowd records this year with 15,000 more people attending than 2014.
A series of prints by New Zealand photojournalist Brian Brake has gained worldwide recognition, reports Judith Ritchie.
Man of words, Mark Raffills is on the move to north of Auckland, which beckons warm environs, broad sea views and grand children, reports Judith Ritchie.
Moana Pakeho credits support from family, friends and fellow artists for helping her "stick at it."
A magical children's puppet show is opening for the school holiday season.
Already 34,500 people have gone to see Light Nelson.
Wicked Women of the Stage, produced by Jessica D'Ath and Allison Cormack, Nelson Theatrix, Theatre Royal, Saturday night.
About 90 kilometres from downtown Richmond, is where nirvana begins