What's going to keep you entertained in Nelson.
Creating tributes to loved ones when they die can help make sense of the loss.
Does anyone watch TV anymore?
"Wearable what?" From obscurity, WOW celebrates its 30th birthday with a tour of the country.
The Nelson Youth Theatre cast of Grease dazzled in their Theatre Royal performance, from their dancing to their costumes, says reviewer Tami Mansfield.
They thought they'd taken over a restaurant during a quiet time. Then the All Blacks came to town.
A nervous breakdown helped unlock a new world of arld.
If you weren't fast, you're now last as Bay Dream believers snap up every single ticket to the Nelson show.
The three Thinking Brunches on the Arts Festival menu will surely satisfy your curiosity.
Packed with visual thrills, a new painting show looks at the Nelson landscape in a bold new way.
It's a tough job, but someone has to do it - columnist Neil Hodgson put his tastebuds on the line for a vintage port tasting.
The stage was set and the Wakatu Dance Company delivered with aplomb.
Art Expo Nelson captured the attention of thousands over its three day event.
Arts Festival audience will get an up close, uncomfortable, and occasionally personal view of a rape trial.
Helen Brown is a writer of tender insight and poignant stories, reports NMIT writing student Sarah Stewart.
The Top of the South film festival is back in town and there's 19 very good reasons to go.
Painting became the panacea for one man battling terminal cancer.
OPINION: The scent of a sizzling bratwurst sausage leads the way into a shop laden with traditional German delights.
The early settlers of Nelson knew a fair bit about image retouching.
Author Rajorshi Chakraborti continues to push the boundaries and sees things many of us don't, writes NMIT student Stuart Bathan.
Audience's eyes will be wide open for the Nelson Academy of Dance's performance of Sleeping Beauty.
The 2018 Page & Blackmore Readers and Writers programme delivers an extravaganza for the mind, writes NMIT student Jenny Callaghan.
Never mind the Bollocks, here's The Rod River Band.
Singer song writer Mel Parsons' concert at the Theatre Royal has helped raise $10,000 towards the Boathouse rebuild.
The aroha will be flowing as Marley NZ Allstars and Opshop join reggae giants UB40 for their Nelson show.
Everything from ghost stories to ballet, to a saucy twist on Dickens will be on show at the Nelson Arts Festival.
NGR is a different type of strip show, underpinned by the right to be seen, not objectified.
A new pop-up gallery on Church St adds to Nelson's quirky art scene.
Pilates moves and laser cutting helped a Nelson artist make the finals of the World of WearableArt show.
Nelson Musical Theatre's production of this timeless classic will have clicking your heels for more.