The stunning West Coast Wilderness Trail, stretching from Greymouth to Ross, is recommended as a four-day ride.
A selection of some of the best images from around the Nelson Tasman region, taken by our readers.
Organisers of this year's Nelson Arts Festival have ensured that there are shows suitable for young and old alike.
A music memoir and personal narrative bring nonfiction into focus at the Granary Cafe.
An exhibition has come together in a collaboration between students, teachers and museum staff.
Enter the Refinery ArtSpace and you'll be met by an installation of spots.
A new book featuring artworks from The Suter collection is about to go on sale.
Nelson Market has grown from humble beginnings to become one of the jewel's in the city's crown.
REVIEW: Oliver begs the question, where is love? He is a miracle to survive his happenstance.
The most westerly and isolated settlement of the Nelson Province is Mangarakau.
Surgeons bury their mistakes. Wood-butchers burn theirs. With another project on the go, I sit before the log-fire every evening, feeding mis-measured pieces of plywood into the flames.
For some performers in this year's Nelson Arts Festival, it's taken decades of training to make acrobatic feats and physical theatre look easy.
Eight young musicians from all over New Zealand will perform in a "spotlight" concert with the Nelson Symphony Orchestra.
Nelson event raises thousands to support those living with breast cancer in Nelson.
If you're in the mood for a jolly good sing song then Oliver!, delivered by the Nelson Youth Theatre Company, is just the ticket.
An increasing overseas trend offering visitors and locals hands-on creative experiences has motivated a series of new workshops.
Award-winning writer, Laurence Fearnley and David Coventry, author of an acclaimed first novel, will share insights into their writing.
A long windswept spit at the top of the south island has become an inspiration for a Nelson artist.
Grand Central is a love story set around a massive nuclear power plant somewhere in the French countryside. It is French writer/director Rebecca Zlotowski's second feature film.
Hammers and Horsehair, Period Pieces for Square Piano and Cello, Douglas Mews, piano, Robert Ibell, cello, Chanel Arts Centre, Motueka, Saturday September 18, reviewed by Ruth Allison
The New Zealand String Quartet have never sounded finer.
The Masked Parade and Carnivale to kick off the Nelson Arts Festival will have a new setting this year.
Sarah Hedger and Mike Cowlin have found Nelson to be the perfect place to grow the fledgling food business.
Review: Myth or Legend - Unloched Presented by The Celtic Pipe Band
Sometimes the traffic is so bad that the city will be at a standstill, like last week, when a heavily-used tunnel in Accra was temporarily shutdown.
Organising Snapafest isn't easy - especially when you need to feed 2000 mouths in seven hours
"Myths and Legends – Unloched" is full of strange creatures lurking within hidden glens and deep lochs.
Nelson seafood festival Snapafeast has been moved to a new indoor venue due to a rainy weather forecast.
Helene Wong and Joan Druett, both celebrated New Zealand nonfiction writers are guest speakers at Page & Blackmore Readers and Writers.
If you've seen the hit movie Poi E about the classic Kiwi anthem you would have seen celebrated Maori poet Apirana Taylor reading one of his poems.