From a World War One play to contemporary clowning, there's a variety of entertainment for the whole family at the Nelson Arts Festival.
Mamma Mia! Theatre Royal, Nelson Nelson Musical Theatre Reviewed by Trish Sullivan
Come along to the Playhouse in Mapua for Nelson's first original music competition.
The long-form production of the Maungatapu play, of which the short version made its debut last year, has sold out during the Nelson Arts Festival.
For Chopper Halsey, life is best enjoyed sitting down and going sideways.
A couple of years ago I wrote a column about Kahurangi Liquor Distributors and the port wines they import and distribute.
Richard Griffin is uniquely qualified to speak on two subjects journalism and politics.
New premises have heralded some exciting changes for Nelson's Organic Green Grocer.
Bacco Restaurant and Wine Bar is an affair of the heart for owner Terry Milton.
An evening with a Master of Wine provides tips and tricks to better appreciate wine.
Upper Moutere's Mudcastle has made Airbnb's list of dream wedding destinations.
A gathering of wine experts at Cloudy Bay tasted the future of
The opening night of Nayland College's Bye Bye Birdie was an exuberant and engaging affair.
A trip to Japan and Taiwan will potentially see more Asian inspired art in the Suter Art Gallery, says curator Sarah McClintock.
Art Expo Nelson is returning to the Trafalgar Centre this weekend for the first time in four years. Organiser, Nic Foster says the newly revamped venue will offer 'a contemporary backdrop' for the artworks on sale.
A doco by three Nelson film makers explores the power of rugby to bring people together.
Recipes cooked up by Mani Rai's Punjabi grandmother have inspired a chain of 18 Little India restaurants in NZ.
A mere 20 kilometres north of Nelson lies a little bay with an interesting past, Cable Bay, Rokokura.
Aptly titled, the Wakatu Dance Theatre's latest offering exploded onto the stage last night
On the eve of her departure, Judith Ritchie reflects on her time as arts reporter
The NZ International Film Festival launches at the Suter Cinema in Nelson on August 9.
A group of artists share their love of the natural environment in an exhibition at Atkins Gallery.
The temperatures might be plummeting but that's no reason to stay at home. Neil Hodgson looks at what Nelson has to offer.
Very occasionally a concert comes along for which there are few superlatives to adequately describe the quality of the performance.
Nelson musician Jacquie Walters and Christchurch guitarist James Wilkinson had never toured together, despite having known each other for 25 years.
Dan Campion opens a new exhibition revealing a personal journey
Rose Shepard and students exhibit works created during the inaugural Artist in Residency at Nelson Central School.
Eight creatives from the Nelson region have their garments selected as finalists in this year's WOW Awards.
As the name suggests Chocolate Velvet is a business that specialises in happiness; glorious cake happiness.
Anyone who has ever spent any time at the alpine village of St Arnaud, Lake Rotoiti, will already know what a special and captivating place it is.