Rally driver Hayden Paddon will race members of the public on a Nelson go-kart track.
Top of the south gets a $221m investment in transport network over three years.
Thousands caught speeding in police operation targeting Nelson schools.
Judith Collins writes that it's outrageous that serious offending by the Nelson Red Devils gang will go unanswered.
A Motueka man is overjoyed after winning $500,000 with Lotto First Division.
There was hairspray and head pieces galore at the NMIT's hairdressing competition.
Pensioners living at Monaco, a coastal suburb near Nelson, say they'll ignore a council decision stopping them from letting their dogs off for a run on their local reserve.
It was a night of glamour and dancing as the Cancer Society hosted its annual ball in Nelson.
Tasman have received a timely reminder that they can't be complacent, after losing 4-1 to Federal Titans a week out from the top of the south semi-finals.
Top NZ rally driver Hayden Paddon is heading to Nelson to race members of the public on a go-kart track.
Where do you go when it's cold outside and your tummy tells you it's lunch-time? Soup is a good winter option.
What's on in Nelson this week - big sing, weekly comedy, couch stories...
My standard of housework has always been abysmally low, but this winter it has plummeted way below the Good Housekeeping Bureau's plimsoll line.
Cynthia McConville, convemor of Nelson Walkers Unite, responds to a story on shared pathways in The Leader last week.
Dan Kearney used to hate running but is now entering the Masters Games.
Next winter is set be brighter than ever after the organisers of Light Nelson were recognised for their work on the event.
Renwick hooker Quentin MacDonald was shocked when he found out through a friend on social media that he was back in New Zealand Maori team.
Assistant All Blacks coach Ian Foster says Crusaders fullback came through camp this week with flying colours.