10:15 AM Council offered owners of icecream cafe $20,000 to close business and stay out of Mapua.
Children in nappies are having teeth pulled out and a Nelson dentist is blaming sugar.
Talley's is rebuilding and enlarging one of its Port Nelson wharves.
Getting workmates to look out for each other has lead to fewer forestry accidents.
A recommendation to develop the Disability Support Services into a business unit has been unanimously accepted by NMDHB.
Nelson's SASH organisation is expanding its service into the Tasman region.
9:42 AM Quirky new initiative at St Joseph's Primary School bridges the gap between the big kids and little kids.
Nelson has the highest electricity switching rates in the South Island, while Tasman has one of the lowest.
11:11 AM The past eight weeks has seen 20 hardy Nelson Lawn tennis players leave the comfort of their homes and face the near freezing winter nights to compete for the club's mens' doubles championship.
11:00 AM Five students from Collingwood Area School recently competed at the New Zealand secondary schools area schools sports tournament in Whanganui, helping Top of the South to third place overall.
Talented musicians from Nelson have jammed their way into the country's top 20 bands at this years Smokefree Rockquest.
Elizabeth Bean checks out the beautiful Mokihinui, on the West Coast
Surrounded by fluffy felines in the Hope Hall, a visiting French cat judge acknowledged his friends and family found his hobby a bit crazy.
It was just last week, after a delicious pizza from the Milton Street Fish and Chip Shop, consumed with a glass of wine at the Sprig & Fern next door, that it suddenly dawned on me. I now have a "local".
10:04 AM The fear of failure is what strives Gracie Kroos to be perfect on the floor.
Elite Ironman competitor Britta Martin has a big dream, and that is success at the World Championships in Kona, Hawaii in October.
Susannah Roddick volunteered to help the sNelson School of Music's fundraising effort "because I believe that if everyone does a little, then no one has to do a lot".
The payoff for compelling club form is about to be rewarded as the Tasman Makos rugby selectors cast their eye over the province's emerging talent.
Wanderers rugby coach Johnny Bloxham has finally shaken King Kong off his back.
It may have been cold, miserable and wet but that did not deter a good crowd from turning out to see the final of the Car Company Nelson Bays division one club rugby championship at Trafalgar Park on Saturday.