Printed bold and black in the Manawatū Standard, October 1926, it was a land sale to make readers sit up and take notice.
Three young playwrights premiered their wares in front of a full house during the matinee of Comedies and Curiosities.
"My father always said not to work with your husband" says Phyllis Schwartz, who clearly ignored that advice.
'Jonah' doesn't do justice to Lomu, but we should keep trying to adapt great sporting lives for TV.
The slim, bespectacled and impeccably dressed Harry Muller knew a star turn when he saw one.
Ozanam House in Palmerston North is a bit like a Ronald McDonald House, but for adults.
Rarely in the mix are singers, dancers and musicians but, when they do appear, they're often the star attractions.
Home Land portrays a poignant situation that many baby boomers will probably experience as their parents age.
Make no mistake, this production provides a magnificent spectacle on a grand scale.
Many Palmerston North residents were plagued by sickness in early August 1923, but fortunately it wasn't as bad as the 1918 pandemic.
Baptiste, the spin-off series from The Missing, puts Julien Baptiste back on the case in Europe.
Feilding Little Theatre's latest offering pokes fun at amateur dramatics and the shows they perform.
A classic performance of a Kiwi classic, the play has lost nothing of its vitality or relevance.
Every detail about Diana and Charles' ceremony makes the pages of the Manawatū Standard, which was full to the brim of wedding news.
There's more to Martinborough than vineyards and holiday sun.
For someone whose job it is to share memories, you'd be hard pressed to ever forget meeting Pru Pim.
The critters may come more exotic in Australia, but most pet complaints are decidedly familiar.
Singer Moira Jean said the show will feature songs inspired by the likes of jazz legends Lambert, Hendricks and Ross.
Meet the prize-winning orchid breeder from Palmerston North aiming for elusive golden orange blooms.
Her "nieces and nephews" would have the thrill of seeing their names, stories and poems in print. Woe betide those who cheated.
Gone are the days of plonking yourself down in a barber's seat and getting what you're given. It's now about wellbeing as much as the hair.
It's been 35 years since Ernie Abbott fatefully picked up the lone suitcase left in the Trades Hall foyer.
Party yacht taking in the sights and sounds of coastal Croatia not a trip for the fainthearted.
A combination of classical performers, traditional musicians and dancers made for a compelling afternoon concert.
From small beginnings, the popularity of horse racing in Manawatū has galloped ahead.
There is a movement against alcohol, with many choosing to actively change their drinking habits.
Watching the sun rise from the summit of Mt Fuji is an unforgettable experience.
OPINION: After three years south of the Bombays, it's time to admit Whanganui is home.
Odd moments of ironical humour in exploration of mental and social dysfunction.
Here's a show that is leaving its audiences grinning like cheshire cats.