Teacher Kyle Proffit has already helped shape one of the country's biggest musical groups.
The gear captured OMC's world-wide sensation How Bizarre is the basis for a new recording studio in Nelson.
Rockin at The Boathouse
Irish music lovers can soak up quality music at the annual Ceol Aneas festival in Nelson at Queen's Birthday weekend.
The first of this winter's themed exhibitions at Takaka's ArtBank gallery, titled Shadow, Reflection, Transparency opened last week. Gallery Manager Grant Knowles considers the standard some of the best so far.
Nelson opera fans don't have to wait until next year's Opera in the Park to enjoy some of the best-loved hits from the classics.
Next week’s Nelson Film Society offering is one of the great racing movies of all time.
The other day after the rain I was cutting the lawn and found enough field mushrooms, Agaricus campestris, to make my favourite breakfast - mushrooms and bacon on toast.
From the shores of Gallipoli to a retirement village in Nelson - Rebecca Nelson entertained 250 avid listners at the Ernest Rutherford Retirement Village.
REVIEW: A future Michelin chef could be cooking your dinner at NMIT's Rata Room restuarant on Nile St.
Winter's on the way, and where better to nut out strategies for the family to thrive rather than just surive than in the kitchen?
REVIEW: This was a thoroughly enjoyable evening for both audience and musicians who played magnificently.
Thirty-seven teen acts were narrowed down to 13 at the heats of the Smokefree Rockquest on Saturday night.
The only death metal band in Nayland College hopes to take Nelson's Smokefreerockquest by storm.
It had been a brutal day at the office and I arrived home like a bear with a sore head. The kids were squabbling, and someone had even left the TV remote on top of the firebox to melt into oblivion.
A fundraising variety concert to help Nelson musician Suzi Fray in a bid to support her overseas cancer treatment is looking like a sell out.
Nelsonians in need of a good belly-laugh have plenty of option this week.
James Croot caught up with 7 Days star Steve Wrigley ahead of the Comedy Convoy rolling into Nelson next week.
DV8 Physical Theatre, the internationally renowned and innovative dance company, returns to the National Theatre with a powerful new production.
I love the glut of fruit and veg that appears this time of year.
Matt Lawrey meets a long-time reviewer and gives his own verdict on the movie 'The Age of Adaline'.
After seven years, organisers are still "blown-away" when hanging works in the Changing Threads -Contemporary Fibre Art Awards.
A joint exhibition between Nelson artists merges the study of lines with an examination of hidden emotions.
Next week we can look forward to an Italian suspense-thriller from Elio Petri, who inaugurated the genre of cinema politico in Italy in the 1970’s.
As well as opening a new studio, Nelson artist Larisse Hall has also been accepted into an international arts award based in the UK.
The best and strangest lines will be to the fore when Bernadette Hall performs at the Nelson Live Poets May gathering.
The second concert of the Nelson Symphony Orchestra's Around the World series is almost a Night at the Proms.
Smokefreerockquest regional heats are on at the Theatre Royal this Saturday night, May 16.
The Nelson Fringe Festival played to a near sell-out audience during its week long run of shows from around the country.