REVIEW: Moody beats and airy keyboards aren't enough to make an album memorable.
When, within the first 10 minutes of a show, the comedian has managed to insult most of the crowd, but still have them laughing, you know it is going to be a great show.
The dancers' passion and chemistry was alight in the company's performances of Roland Petit's L'Arlesienne and Carmen.
Otepuni Gardens played host to 'Games and Thrones', the 2017 edition of Shakespeare in the Park.
It's a flicker of an ear, a stamp of a hoof and the toss of a head that brings Joey to life.
Toto the real-life dog stole the show, and everyone's hearts, at The Wizard of Oz.
Southland Pro-wrestler Powerhouse T-Rex is out for revenge.
To ski or not to ski? Here's your snow report for Friday.
Although I am an 80's kid, I have always had a very soft spot for music of the 60's and 70's, and adore many of the musical stylings of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons so I jumped at the chance to review Oh What a Night! A Musical Tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons
Review: Clarinesttist Julian Bliss and the NZTrio mesmerised audiences during their Invercargill concert.
I'm a little bit in love. His name is Bert. He's a chimney sweep.
"They can't all be rugby coaches and commentators", so Mike Russell decided to do something to help.
Arts reporter Briar Babington reviews the Southland Festival of the Arts.
Review: The Magical Mystery Tour is waiting to take you away.
You'd be a fool to miss the latest from Repertory House in Invercargill.
Simple stage props belie wonderful performances in Shakespeare in the Park's Twelfth Night.
Everyone went home happy after their date with Nigella Lawson, writes Chris Chilton.
Saturday Night Fever is coming to Tapanui.
Michelle Beck's country music career hits the ground running.
Show opens in West Otago on Thursday night.
Daffodil growers pulled out all the stops to make the Winton Spring Flower Show.
It's a dazzling show with a big, big heart, awash with colour, corny comedy and catchy, 60-style bubblegum pop and r'n'b tunes.
Wanaka climber Lydia Bradey's book is "a balance of laughter, humour and epic adventure".