The Boom Boom Room has been doing burlesque for 10 years, and now they're celebrating.
The National Young Performers Awards will see a crowd descend on Palmerston North.
Palmy Sings is a 30-day singing celebration and it's about to start.
REVIEW: Small scope of touring show weakens the grandeur of this stage classic.
It can't be often that The Square in Palmerston North is used to launch a ship - if ever.
The Nukes are coming
A drama in which five teens meet online in a world that could be anything they want to make it.
REVIEW: Magic performance from travelling troupe full of wondrous wizardry.
The Manawatu Youth Orchestra is hosting a youth orchestra festival over Labour Weekend.
PAWS AND CLAWS: Where do these horrible creatures come from?
A CRITICAL EYE: City Gallery, Wellington has an eclectic group of exhibitions.
MEMORY LANE: An unusual ancestor spurred a search for Kiwi-Nordic roots.
Carol Searle is walking out the door and hopes to be replaced by someone with fresh eyes.
An exhibition of Antarctic images is a photographer's communication.
Ever wanted to learn how to be a drag queen or king? Here's your chance.
REVIEW: Children's production misses the mark as it sweeps through history.
Taihape, star of national weather forecasts has been less prominent onstage - until now.
TUNNEL VISION: Smash American comedy isn't so bad after all, writes Malcolm Hopwood.
MEMORY LANE: One Saturday in May 1966, the Standard broke new ground and never looked back.
BOOK REVIEW: Historians run the rule over an important chapter in our history.
BOOK REVIEW: Jo Guy's second children's book carries an important message
PAWS AND CLAWS: Windy season is not good news for our four-legged friends and their tails.
As she continues her chaotic country-house journey, Carly Thomas finds that bartering is better.
Turning 40 is bringing some changes to Te Manawa's Art Gallery.
Swampfest 2017 is nearly here and it's filled with the sounds of Palmerston North.
Award-winning photography in the spotlight at Palmerston North gallery.
"Wit", a Pulitzer Prize-winning play is the first production in the newly commissioned Rare Theatre .
Manawatū women of different faiths have come together to find common ground on religion.
The first arts trail in the Manawatū kicked off on Saturday, an event that includes workshops and open studios.
PAWS AND CLAWS: Soon there will be lots of puppies and kittens coming to see us.