What's going to keep you entertained in Nelson.
Two months after leaving school, Anna Robinson got the attention of the man behind Lorde's breakthrough album.
The queues for water were longer than the queues for alcohol at Nelson's Bay Dreams on Friday.
An eclectic group of festival-goers gathered in Moutere Valley to celebrate the beginning of the new year.
Māori experience needs to be enhanced in tourism hotspots like Abel Tasman, outdoor group says.
Timber 40,000 years old has been turned into living works of art by students at the Centre for Fine Woodworking.
The dreadlocks may be done, but the anticipation of a Nelson reunion is growing for Mother Guru.
A late designer's final work has been finished by her colleague and accepted by Te Papa.
UK reggae band UB40 is heading to Nelson as part of a national tour, and lead singer Ali Campbell can't wait.
It was almost over before it even began, but the beat goes on for Nelson's grooviest jazz festival.
No longer a work in progress, the Workshop Cafe is very much a destination on Nelson's entertainment scene.
A cafe owner says Kiwi kids don't know how to behave when dining out.
Visiting concert master brings the best out of the NCMA chamber orchestra in their latest show.
Formed by two former Nelson schoolmates, indie band Alae is currently topping NZ's album charts and making an impression overseas.
Hawkins siblings return return home to share their music.
Nelson dance students are ready to stand on their own two feet and leap into global opportunities.
Food columnist Neil Hodgson chats to the man behind the Boat Shed Cafe and new Nelson restaurant Parts & Service.
The Wakefield Country Players have put on a show to be proud of, writes Dan Allen.
Avenue Q at Nelson Musical Theatre.
It's a new kind of community choir taking off across the globe. Now Nelson has its own pub choir - the Voice Collective.
Graduates exhibition explores art from postcards to tattoos.
Dunedin artist James Robinson's new painting show was inspired in part by the Kaikoura earthquake.
Caroline Bellamy tramps up for her art.
From a spark of a dream to mythology inspiration, Rachael Craw releases her fourth book.
From the plates to the palate, everything is perfectly in its place at Arden, Nelson's new kid on the culinary block.
A long history of working with WOW and Weta Workshops has inspired Emma Moncrieff's latest exhibition.
Recent awards recognise outstanding food and beverage talent in the Nelson region.
A mini Lamborghini will be given away in a street festival and fundraiser with a nostalgic twist.
The revamped Maungatapu production is taking to the stage for a second hit.
The only first-day jitters were from those seeking a caffeine fix at Founders Park's newest attraction.