Support group Ma's Place to benefit from proceeds of variety concert.
A draft bylaw that would require permits to protest in Nelson has been called draconian and undemocratic.
The public can visit some working artists at Mapua, Ruby Bay and Tasman this long weekend.
It was a case of art imitating life for Book Art competition winning entry.
Writers over 15 are urged to enter the short story competition.
The plan to have fun pays off for winning Nelson College-Nelson College for Girls band.
Wellington's Paramount cinema will close in September, just after celebrating its centenary.
The Gumboot Musical will leave you breathless and stomping your feet for more.
REVIEW: The audience was left still and spellbound by Nelson Symphony Orchestra's first concert of 2017.
New How Great Thou Art exhibition raises thousands for PACT and Ma's Place.
Adam Chamber Music Concert Series
Nelson is in for a treat with buskers from all over the world coming together for a four day festival.
Amateur singers from all over New Zealand came to Teapot Valley for a week of choral workshops culminating in a public concert.
Where does music come from?
REVIEW: Nelson Youth Theatre brings fun and a feel-good factor to their production of the classic musical.
Pinatas were smashed, faces were painted and food was enjoyed by many at annual Day of the Dead celebrations.
Artisans in the Upper Moutere opened their doors for the public at their annual open day.
Moa, taniwha and a couple of Haast eagles came back to life along the main streets of Nelson.
REVIEW: Sitting as strangers in our own land, facing the far end of the whare, we bear witness to a man who is experiencing 'other-ness' in his own way.
Cheap Fakes is a professional band with tonnes of fun songs to dance to.
REVIEW: I could elevate the relevancy of this review by telling you to rush out and buy a ticket, but it's sold out.
Nelsonian's can get a sneak preview of a production at this year's Nelson Arts Festival that will be fully developed by next year.
Artisans have weathered a changing world, and that won't stop them doing things the old-fashioned way.
Only in non-fiction would you believe in these revelations of childhood and growing up in New Zealand.
British actor Guy Masterton conveyed the pathos and humour of Dylan Thomas's characters in Under Milkwood.
REVIEW: "Flying is the easy part," says the famous aviatrix. And over the course of an hour, this proves to be only too true.
Review: Cutting edge contemporary choreography delivered by three consummate performers definitely opened the mind.
A healthy crowd car-pool to the iconic grotto known as the Playhouse Cafe, a welcome addition to the Nelson Arts Festival venues list.
It was all lights, action and enjoyment at the opening of the Nelson Arts Festival last night.
Getting a greeting card from Sophie Wills is always a special treat for friends and family.