The best student filmmakers from around the Nelson region will have their work showcased on the Suter's silver screen.
Ska in the country? Don't mind if I do.
Celebrated New Zealand author Stephanie Johnson knows all about the myths and mysteries surrounding our relationship with the wild West Island that we call Australia.
Scottish band Shooglenifty are heading to Nelson Arts Festival with a waiata or two up their sleeves.
A decision will be made at 11am on Friday whether the Mask Parade and Carnivale will go ahead as planned.
Award-winning science writers will be exploring what's above and beyond New Zealand.
Meg Latham has WOWed judges with a garment inspired by the dress-up paper dolls she played with as a child.
A sold-out Nelson brunch, chaired by broadcaster Kim Hill, will grapple with how Kiwis can work together to avert a climate catastrophe.
Inspired by spooky TV shows like Stranger Things and Dark, a very special dance show is on its way to Nelson Arts Festival.
For lovers of young adult fiction, Elizabeth Knox's appearance at Pukapuka Talks will be a fantasy dream come true.
Kiwi country-blues maestro Skyscraper Stan is bringing his whisky-soaked sound to the Nelson Arts Festival.
They say be careful when you meet your heroes. But for one author, that couldn't be further from the truth.
Nelson Arts Festival audiences will get the chance to tap into the secrets of what makes a fulfilling life at the 'Living Longer' Thinking Brunch.
The Topp Twins headlined the first Nelson Arts Festival, 25 years ago. Now they’re coming back for the 25th Anniversary.
The anthology The Friday Poem: 100 New Zealand Poems will be discussed at a Pukapuka talk as part of the Nelson Art's Festival.
This year's Nelson Arts Festival readers' and writers' sessions will see two debut authors discuss what led them to write intimate memoirs.
Audiences say 'You're The One That I Want' to a Nelson theatre group taking Grease "with real teenagers" to Edinburgh.
It's all adding up for one Nelson designer who keeps making it to the WOW stage again and again.
World War I safe sex campaigner Ettie Rout's story is to be brought to life on stage at Nelson.
A popular light installation on the Church Steps that tells the story of Nelson's history will return in October.
Some councillors believe the new trust was too modest in its first year goals.
A local celebrity cook-off is planned for the third annual Motueka Kai Fest, to be held at Decks Reserve on Sunday.
Visitors to Washbourn Gardens in Richmond may think they have stepped back in time.
If you've never seen the sights or heard the sounds of a K-pop dance group, you're in a treat at Race Unity Day.
Two actors are set to reprise their roles 20 years after they last performed in a Nelson Repertory Theatre production of 'Allo 'Allo!
They were named to support Black Sabbath on a world tour. Then it all fell apart. Now, there are hopes Christchurch band Ticket could reunite ...
Nelson actor Matthew Edgar has had a busy year in the performing arts.
World War I has been brought alive for many pupils at schools across the Nelson-Tasman region.
Show designed to make you think twice about how society deals with the mentally ill.
Nelson Repertory Theatre has taken Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol and given it a steampunk twist for its latest production.