Life's too short for Nelson woman Annie Garland not to own the car of her dreams.
Darth Vader nearly stole the show at Opera in the Park on Saturday night.
A Nelson man is upset after his van was smashed into twice in the space of two months.
A $125m lifestyle village will feature restaurants, a pool, a cinema and a new road.
PM not ruling out "modest" Government contribution to bid to buy Awaroa beach.
Two union representatives were arrested during a protest outside New World.
10:00 AM A man tramping near Anatori on the West Coast who fell and dislocated his shoulder, took a long journey to get medical treatment despite having an emergency locator beacon.
Fundraiser has passed $2m mark - and beach's owner is pleased to see the public get behind campaign.
Nelson softball teams continued their dominance in intercity club softball competition against Marlborough sides this season.
Zoe McBride gets first chance to match up against Olympic front-runners but not in the lightweight double.
That was not a mirage blazing around the Saxton Field Athletics Track. That was Olympian Toni Hodgkinson.
The United Bowling Club picked up two Bowls Nelson Centre titles at Wakefield on Sunday.
Wanderers batsman Joe O'Connor scored an unbeaten century on Saturday to help end Stoke-Nayland's unbeaten run in the Nelson premier club cricket competition.
REVIEW: Every February I look forward to the arrival of the New Zealand String Quartet with their entourage of 28 of New Zealand's most talented young musicians.
Hello Ian. We've not been introduced but that will soon change because boy have I got the sleeping bag for you.
"It's cool for us, being a little restaurant up the road."
David Eggleton is a mesmeric performance poet and writer. Words roll off his tongue with all the power of a locomotive bursting out of a tunnel into the light. And come next Wednesday and Thursday he will roll into the Nelson and Golden Bay Live Poets gatherings as the guest poet.
For a superb satire on Victorian manners no one can top Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Ernest, surely one of the funniest plays in the English language.
We delve into the rich history of Awaroa Inlet, as a crowdfunding campaign to buy the beach nears deadline.
One thing missing from the Southern Link debate is a realistic accounting of where we are in our transport technology.
OPINION: Councillor Luke Acland responds to allegations that removal of Eric Davy from transport committee was dirty politics.
OPINION: Since a recent evening dog walk I have seen freedom campers, and myself, somewhat differently.
In the last 16 years, the Nelson region has gone from having about ten wineries to almost 30.
Carnival costumes, flamboyant bras and a five metre taniwha combined to light up Takaka's annual street party.
A Motueka protester has been travelling the country battling what he considers "a crisis of democracy".
Leanne Anderson has been named female rugby league volunteer of the year.
Marie Palzer is travelling the length and breadth of the South Island on horseback for charity.
The qualifying quest for the World Cup begins next week for New Zealand's Futsal Whites.
The Crusaders will introduce more of their All Blacks for Thursday's game against the Highlanders near Gore after a rousing first-up pre-season win over the Reds in Brisbane.
Rotorua has been no sevens heaven for Tasman but at least the women's team get to take home some silverware.
Hurricanes utility and Taranaki captain James Marshall will head north at the end of the Super Rugby season to join struggling English club.
The Crusaders have completed their own Coast to Coast endurance race - right down to a cold can of beer at the finish-line from Robin Judkins.
Tasman Rugby Union gave Mark Hammett its blessing to coach Japanese Super Rugby side.