Lifestyle & Entertainment

Justina Harrison

Recipe for cinema success

Nelson Film Society secretary Chris Watson previews this years International Film Festival.

Rev up at all night rave

Nelson's Happy Collective, will present one of NZ's hottes telectronic acts, the Auckland-based State of Mind at a mid-winter all-nighter next week.

Drama resonates with our history

Tomorrow night, Chris Green stars in Coaltown Blues, one of Mervyn Thompson's most important plays and a fascinating piece of New Zealand theatre.

Not just any night at Waimea

Waimea College's massive school production West Side Story opened last night after months of rehearsals by a cast of more than 100 students.

New art guide book on the way

A commemorative 20-year edition of the Nelson Arts Guide is being published this year and it is not too late for the region's artists to be included in it.

Exposing the inner boy zone

Michael MacMillan Boys - Zone: An exploration into the art of Man Caves is an exhibition truly accessible to everyone.

Man caves go on show

The Refinery Gallery is holding a special exhibition that celebrates the blokey spaces of man caves.

Time to give your dreams a voice

Mastering a new set of skills

Moonshine and balderdash

Villa Maria Under the full moon, the fragile blooms of my Camellia sasanqua ‘Plantation Pink' looked eerily surreal.

The many joys of reuse shops

Nelson Reuse & Recycle Centre has operated in Tahunanui since 1992. It is at the entry to the transfer station, and accepts and sells items that might otherwise go to landfill.

Nelsonians dining out more often

Science meets art at Light Nelson

Creative minds fill food gap

How soon could you double the current food production from your home garden?

Haydn has not sounded better

Chamber Music New Zealand Doric String Quartet Old St Johns Last night Reviewed by Margot Hannigan.

Game destined for greatness

Although the beta only offers a taster of the full game, there's more than enough to suggest that Destiny is going to be a bit special.

Exhilarating, heart warming concert

Jazz jezebel brought to life

Uplifting concert from star pairing

Two mates singing together; songs from the heart, songs of protest, celebration and desire; Dave Dobbyn and Don McGlashan covered them all.

Special offers

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content

Auctions, classifieds & more