Two dogs and a Nelson kunekune named 'Sponge'
Kelly Stewart's $800 power bill has been halved thanks to an eagle-eyed electrician.
A man found guilty of raping a sex worker has been sentenced to preventive detention.
Nelson's waterways could be affected by new national standards for forestry, says councillor Brian McGurk.
A man is in intensive care following head-on collision in Mapua last night.
Family-owned Nelson vineyard Blackenbrook has done well once again at a national competition.
Motueka High School students let down by NBA star Steven Adams who failed to show for a visit.
Nelson bar and restaurant Hangar 58 appears to be in hot water after an application to put the company into liquidation was filed by the High Court at Nelson.
Nelson's summer of cricket just got twice as sweet.
Louise Stevenson and Rachel McLaren have clearly earned the respect of the local competitive shooting community.
Tasman has signed former Hurricanes coach and ex-All Black Mark Hammett as its new assistant coach.
Two significant milestone await AMI Nelson Suburbs if they can close out the season in the Wright way.
Oklahoma City Thunder centre Steven Adams has revealed that Tall Blacks captain Mika Vukona is one of his favourite players.
Seems strange to be writing a column about gardening during winter, but that's the whole point really. Except for the occasional cold blast, much of the country is blessed with weather that allows for year-round gardening.
A musical is about to be delivered by young performers who aren't afraid to pull some punches on issues close to their hearts.
Everything you ever wanted to know about crepe myrtles, of which there are about fifty or so species.
Written over 200 years ago, The Creation by Franz Joseph Haydn is one of the great choral works of all time.
Australian crime-writing superstar Michael Robotham is coming to Nelson to promote his latest novel, Close Your Eyes.
OPINION: Nelson is still small enough that people say hello to strangers, says Matt Lawrey.
Thanks to Tasman Mayor Richard Kempthorne for his two columns on the Waimea Community Dam.
Tasman Mayor Richard Kempthorne's recent expressions regarding the Waimea Community Dam lack credibility.
OPINION: The council's decision to develop the Maitai River Walkway between the Nile St East and Collingwood St bridges to shared pathway standards could best be described as premature.
It was a funny old day at the market last week. It was mid-winter quiet but there was something else going on and it wasn't where I was at. I couldn't put my finger on it — and then came the sounds of protest.
School children from across Nelson put their heads together to come up with solutions as part of a problem-solving challenge.
The mother of a Nelson five-year-old wants her to live a normal life, but the slightest cold could kill her.
Waimea Rural Fire operations manager Doug Ashford is handing in his pager at the end of the month.
Coming out of winter with a warmer home and a healthier bank account is unusual but one Nelson couple have managed it.
OPINION: I'm not being run out of Motueka on the end of a pitchfork. I'm leaving of my own free will.
Winger Mitchell Scott is one of only three changes to the starting lineup for Friday's NPC clash with Bay of Plenty.
Tasman Rugby Union mulls red cards for coaches as it looks to crack down on sideline abuse.
Young Canterbury halfback bounding into his third NPC season with much more confidence than 12 months ago.
A terminally ill rugby coach with almost 50 years of involvement in the game has been given a Nelson Bays life membership.
Makos skipper determined to put frustration behind him as he prepares for tonight's opening match.