One of the highlights of the day was a raft race, featuring a Donald Trump raft which did not travel far from shore.
The mountains on one side; the sea on the other. Imagine a cycle trail along the stunning Kaikoura coast.
Yealands acquisition, gender balance and social responsibility discussed at power trust meeting.
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"I was just totally shocked. I found out just on Christmas."
Residents who relied on the previous bridge for vehicle access could only use a paper road, or row across the river.
A condom for your wine bottle? Sounds like a bit of a stretch.
The morning of the Kaikoura earthquake, Steph Thompson opened her Four Square store in a dressing gown. And that's how her customers arrived, too.
Four people have been flown to hospital after the plane they were in crashed at a remote farm north of Kaikoura.
Defence Force personnel reflect on their post-quake experiences.
Fallen power lines are believed to be the cause of a small fire that broke out on the Dashwood Pass.
Drunkenness, violence, abuse, theft, rubbish and broken glass have retailers calling for action.
They live in a confusing world full of supermoons, government conspiracies and scientology.
The MPI is seeking public feedback on a plan to extend a ban on shellfish harvesting on the Kaikoura coastline.
Nelson's deputy mayor has backed police to shut down a proposed burnout convoy in Nelson.
The likelihood of a magnitude-6 to 6.9 quake in the next month has halved since December.
Little rest for father of newborn as he responds to the front line.
A mild day brings some relief on Friday before a second storm brings a cold, wet weekend.
At 36 weeks' pregnant, a falling tree was not the emergency Jayne McCaa expected.
After national outcry, Wicked Campers seems to have toned down its offensive message.
A CIA database includes weird and wonderful reports into strange experiments and an infamous 1978 'UFO' sighting in New Zealand.
Owners of building torn down after quake say they have no plans for the site.
A long held dispute over the use of a rural paper road to access a river is no closer to resolving.
Psychologist believes spate of fires was started by a bored young man looking for "enjoyment".
Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett makes her first trip to Kaikoura.
The lure of a fertile female could be the "holy grail" for controlling one of New Zealand's most devastating predators.
Pigs contract TB by scavenging infected dead animal carcasses but do not pass on the disease
"It's not a plane, it's not a star, and not a satellite."
Retailers complained and the market was cancelled, but another organiser has stepped up.
Marlborough Lines fight to restore power across region after freak summer storm.