REVIEW: I could elevate the relevancy of this review by telling you to rush out and buy a ticket, but it's sold out.
A brand new summer tour has confirmed brother-sister duo Broods as its headline act.
Four large artworks have been taking shape under the Nelson sunshine at Founders Park.
The Supreme Award winner for this year's Bay Art in Golden Bay stood out as a obvious winner.
We have a fine finish to what has been a successful season for the Nelson Film Society.
The Nelson Mail has a double pass to give away to Nelson Youth Theatre's latest production, The Sound of Music.
Art Expo Nelson opens this weekend with thousands of artworks crossing all mediums.
Only in non-fiction would you believe in these revelations of childhood and growing up in New Zealand.
The River Kitchen is one of Nelson's best spots to enjoy one of summer's true delights - al fresco dining.
British actor Guy Masterton conveyed the pathos and humour of Dylan Thomas's characters in Under Milkwood.
Review: Cutting edge contemporary choreography delivered by three consummate performers definitely opened the mind.
A healthy crowd car-pool to the iconic grotto known as the Playhouse Cafe, a welcome addition to the Nelson Arts Festival venues list.
Eighteen-year-old Liam Poole has recently brought out his first EP with original songs.
Nelson-born pop stars finalists in Vodafone NZ Music Awards.
Showy, even when not in flower, zonal or variegated geraniums can add an all year round spot of colour in the garden. A friend of ours grows them to great effect in groups of clay pots under the eaves around the entrance to her house. This keeps them out of the frost which would cut them back annually or kill them outright, as they are relatively tender plants.
Next week the Film Society will host their final screenings, with The Spirit of '45 and the student short, A Path of Hope.
There's something seductive about saxophone music, and no less than when delivered by a soulful South American
A new gallery and social lounge is about to open with an exhibition of Maori art from the region.
Blind Date combines works by vision-impaired artists, as well as a darkened area containing a tactile installation made by a group of sighted artists.
We talk to Grape Escape owner John Appelman about his life and journey through Nelson's food scene.
A visiting London ensemble provided a fine ending to the 2016 season of chamber music in Nelson.
For the last 24 years I've had the twice-yearly privilege of judging photographic entries at the Aorere Flower Show.
In the first of a series exploring the corners of the Nelson-Tasman region, Elizabeth Bean delves into Ngatimoti's past.
A Nelson artist has picked up first prize in a local competition and the win has spurred her on to enter many more.
Timbuktu, is a French-Mauritanian slow-moving drama with a deeply moving story.
American born, Germany based blues musician Greg Copeland is jazzing up New Zealand with a nationwide tour.
For chamber music lovers The Adam Chamber Music Festival is more like Christmas than Christmas.
Mark Fa'auve's love of rugby is reflected in his exhibition at Red Art Gallery.
A major exhibition featuring ceramic works by students and tutors opens tonight at the Parker Gallery