REVIEW: I doubt you could see The Nutcracker Suite at this level of professionalism anywhere else in the world for only $20.
Nelson woman Adrienne Fenemor almost abandoned her dream of becoming a musician during her first year at university.
Rock and seafood festival Snapafest adds shark to menu after hooking up with the Makos.
Bonnie Coad's exhibition of quirky animal pattern artwork paints the town in colours and witty quips.
One of New Zealand's most celebrated writers, Witi Ihimaera, is opening Page & Blackmore's Readers and Writers at this year's Nelson Arts Festival.
An east German film explores the journey of a female singer forging a solo career.
Contemporary dancer and choreographer, Joash Tuugamusu, is one of the guest tutors at this year's VAST Dance Festival.
OPINION: Tony Southgate is a butcher turned cabinet maker turned award winning winemaker.
Nelson will get its first taste of the high-flying, death-defying Nitro Circus Live show next year.
Winter is always a great time to go saltwater fishing.
Would you win a prize for your neat handwriting? Clara Louisa Bryant did.
This drama/comedy/fantasy is a story of disconnection in an overly connected world.
A hip hop band from Takaka needs your votes for a wild card entry to the Smokefree Rockquest finals
3D artists and sculptors are being invited to put their mind to molding, building and creating for a beach walk to thrill.
A popular ballet with history, style and poise is set to pirouette into Nelson.
Here are just some of top movies in store for the New Zealand International Film Festival in Nelson.
The 22nd Nelson Arts Festival team picks a few highlights from the programme.
Jonny Hiscox is rightfully very proud of his workplace, the Whenua Matua vineyards that are home to Aronui Wines.
Lovers of retro music with a hint of 'mid-century modern' will be right at home on August 20 when Vinyl Groove takes over the Boathouse.
New York-based Kiwi jazz organist Adrienne Fenemor has immersed herself in the roots of jazz and blues on her new album Mo' Puddin'.
Getting up at 4am is not everyone's idea of fun. But for Patrick White, waking in the quiet of early morning with a fresh head and rested eyes has been ideal for painting in his studio at Riwaka.
A Nelson based writer has taken out an award at the Margaret Mahy Book of the Year Awards in the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults. Rachael Craw won the HELL Children's Choice Awards in Young Adult Fiction, with her book Stray, taking out $1000 in prize money.
Some of this week's New Zealand International Film Festival highlights include The Innocents (Thursday, 6.15pm) - a Polish/French psychological drama written and directed by Anne Fontaine.
Now in it's fifth year, Art Expo Nelson has closed artist applications this week with a large increase on out of town entries compared to last year.
Young Nelson orchestral players have been offered the opportunity to learn from guest performers from Christchurch.
Working meticulously cutting stamps into tiny designs has paid off for Nelson artist Lianne Edwards, reports Judith Ritchie.
Smokefree Rockquest People's Choice contenders need public's help to win at final hurdle.
The London Evening Standard's longstanding food critic talks about Kiwi influences during her visit to Nelson.
The highs and lows of an artist's journey were shared with a group of Nelson creatives last night, reports Judith Ritchie. Story:
Some of the most interesting films in the New Zealand International Film Festival will be screened at State Cinemas in this first week of the 2016 season.