The Women is an outstanding example of Hollywood comedy featuring its most famous female stars.
Georgia Forrester develops a deeper appreciation of the beauty of her own country during a trip to Nelson.
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Nelson Beer Week co-founder Mic Dover as been at the forefront of the craft beer revolution for the past 16 years.
Embrace of the Serpent tells of the last remaining Amazonian shaman in next week's Nelson Film Society screening.
Rosie Little and Bruce Hamlin are exhibiting paintings, drawings and fused glass at Atkins Gallery.
A former Collingwood St church has gained a reputation as one of New Zealand's best craft beer pubs.
Among the sea of white motorhomes at was fairytale-like "Dora" the caravan.
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Persepolis, an animation film depicting Iran during and after the Islamic revolution through the eyes of a young girl, screens next week at Nelson Film Society
Westport artist Lance Kerr's latest exhibition references graffiti writing and calligraphy.
Fishnets, dancing and lip-syncing are set to hit the stage in a school's Confessions of a Shopaholic production.
Nelson will host more than 2000 bagpipe players and supporters from all over the country this weekend.
The Nelson Suter Art Society has opened the Autumn Exhibition while welcoming in a new president.
Katrina Tikey tags along with the Gypsy Fair to learn more about the colourful bunch of travellers
A prominent leader in the Deep Ecology movement is coming to Golden Bay to teach alongside Takaka Zen Buddhist teachers.
With his human touch and with an eternal fire in his belly, Bruce Springsteen will forever be The Boss to his loyal fans.
With a flick of the wrist, females show they have more than what it takes to be great anglers.
Nelson Film Society screening next week is On My Way, starring Catherine Deneuve
Repertory Theatre deliver 1960s rocker comedy, One Man Two Guvnors
Nelson funnyman Guy Williams is taking a break from stalking stars for a triumphant homecoming gig.
Stuff has the exclusive preview of Nelson musician Aly Cook's new music video.
Nelson Film Society screens their first film, About Elly, telling of a young middle class Iranian woman who disappears while on holiday.
Keith Hawke's office gives no hint to his years of adventures as one of NZ's pioneering documentary film cameramen.
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.