Golden Bay is NZ's version of the Costa Del Sol writes Elizabeth Bean.
Blues siren Isabella Miller Bell and guests bring their cabaret of life to Nelson tonight.
Irish singer songwriter Edmond "Mundy" Enright says early exposure to music when he was a child led him to a lifelong musical career.
The River Lie has opened at the Suter Art Gallery with works by nine New Zealand artists
Organisers of this year's national Page & Blackmore Short Story Competition are helping to get as many entries as possible.
The sense of sacred nature has been eroded in modern culture to the extent we sometimes find ourselves apologising for loving the earth, loving forests, loving rivers, whales and wetlands.
The Nelson Film Society begins its seventeenth season next Thursday at the Suter Theatre
Adam Summer School for Chamber Music, Finale Concerts, Sunday 19 February, Old St John's, reviewed by Ruth Allison.
Addo and Ina Mulders swapped the flat countryside of the Netherlands for the mountains of New Zealand 65 years ago.
For Alison and Apple Choy the move to Nelson from Hong Kong was more than just a culture shock.
This is the tenth year of The Winery Tour. Beautiful vineyard locations and top New Zealand musicians. It's a winning combination.
Don't poo-poo it - colonic hydrotherapy could be just what the doctor ordered.
Swapping her apron for more glamourous attire, cafe owner puts on a show to remember.
Charlie and Rachel Atlas have an intimate relationship that involves knives, swords and flaming daggers.
A group of arts graduates share an exhibition, while next door, Magenta artists celebrate summer at the Refinery ArtSpace
Larisse Hall has been fascinated by light and colour since Light Nelson in 2014.
Freedom camping of another kind came to Tasman over the weekend, with an inaugural good-time gathering of campervans at Wai-Iti Domain.
After two weeks and 24 concerts, this year's Adam Festival in Nelson has been declared the best ever.
Whats happening around the Nelson region...
Ska stalwarts The Managers are gearing up for a one off reunion show in Nelson on Friday.
The voices of 11 cellos in expert hands left our reviewer briefly lost for words.
Works from Beethoven shared the stage with a world premiere at the Adam Chamber Music Festival.
Taste of Nelson columnist Neil Hodgson talks to a Nelson cafe owner about roasting the perfect bean.
The Adam Chamber Music Festival ended on a high.
Stunning hill walks, a rugged beach and a cafe at hand. Cable Bay is a small area with a large amount to offer. Elizabeth Bean explores ts attractions.
Last week Nelson College for Girls filmmaker Hannah Spencer wrote about her friend Pip Curry's life dealing with type one diabetes. This week its Pip's turn to relate her own experience of, as she puts it, living with a lifeline.
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