Motueka has had an important role in this region's food industry for many years, primarily as a place food is grown and processed, but in recent times it has also become home to some wonderful eating establishments including Precinct Dining Co.
Waimea College's hall has been transformed into an gallery as part of the school's Arts Festival.
One of Nelson's most successful musical exports is coming home for two September shows.
Culinary journeys through three Nelson restaurants in one night are back on the menu with even more variety.
Tony Robertson, owner of two major Nelson eateries, share his recipe for success in the restaurant business.
Australian guitar legend Tommy Emmanuel talks about his Kiwi musical connections, Nashville and scoring free tickets to the races.
Jia Zhangke, cinema's skilled historian of a China evolving so rapidly that its own citizens can scarcely keep up, strikes a melancholic chord in Mountains May Depart.
A group of fibre artists who formed as Fibre Spectrum in 1987 are celebrating 30 years in business with a group exhibition
Artist Ann Braunsteiner has carefully and deliberately constructed #lostchildhood, and exhibition exploring cultural trauma in the McKee Gallery.
Yaza is a quirky little cafe in a corner of the Montgomery car park that has carved out quite a reputation.
The lure of Maestro Masaaki Suzuki from Japan ensured a capacity crowd at Nelson Cathedral.
Singers and musicians are travelling from far and wide to attend the Bach Cantata Residency in Nelson from Saturday to Monday.
Ten-year-old Malaika Hollis missed out on concert tickets, so she posted a musical appeal to her pop idol.
Comedy favourite Fergus Aitken returns to Nelson on Friday and Takaka next Friday night.
A comedic play that explores romance, betrayal and fidelity over a period of four decades is about to hit the stage at the Theatre Royal.
Have we lost the art of being neighbourly? Two Washington Valley neighbours have come together in an exhibition that celebrates neighbourliness.
The Onetahua/Farewell Spit Residency is now open for applications from artists.
All great hospitality businesses have a hardworking team in the background, people who often shun the limelight but have a huge passion for the work they do.
Review: A thought-provoking, powerful, exhibition of art has been on show at the Refinery Artspace entitled TLC.
Urzila Carlson's a staunch comedian who doesn't hold back; serving up punchy expletives and ripping into subjects that are often tabu in Nelson on June 3.
Ken Loach's film, Kes tells of a lad brought up in a drab Yorkshire village who trains a kestrel.
Six artists who use a mixture of traditional and cutting edge technologies are exhibiting at Atkins Gallery.
Artists Sally Reynolds and Maggy Johnston ask the question: "What are we doing with our planet?"
A chef who worked with Jamie Oliver in London wants to make Tozzetti "the best cafe bakery in NZ".
Elizabeth Bean explores the attractions of Kaiteriteri that go beyond its stunning golden sands.
Nelson Civic Choir open their 2017 Nelson season on Sunday May 21 with Rossini's sparkling Petite Messe Solennelle, in the wonderful setting of Nelson Cathedral.
Stu Hunt journeys to the multi-coloured theme park heart of America.
Ken Loach directs our Classic (newly restored) 1967 debut film from the UK this week.
In an exhibition titled TLC artists express their creativity while enduring long-term illness.
Painting a portrait can be both a confronting and liberating experience as three artists recently found out.