Singer follows American dream

Teen heads back to US in search of stardom

Nelson teenage songstress Gabriella Atkinson is heading back to the United States to follow her dreams.
Gabriella Atkinson

Trafficking charges laid

 human trafficking Two Indian men living in Motueka appeared in court yesterday, facing New Zealand's first ever human trafficking charges.

Free parking trial to last longer

10:48am Nelson city's winter free parking trial has been extended into spring.

'Meteor' spotted in NZ sky

A spectacular low-flying meteor-like object was spotted off the west coast of NZ last night.

Tributes flow for big, loving man

'Catastrophic failure' blamed for death of a Nelson fisherman aboard a Talley's boat in the Pacific.

This big shed's not so red

Bargain hunters flocked to Richmond for the grand opening of New Zealand's newest (and least red) Warehouse store yesterday.

Air NZ reviews sky high fares

plane John Key has taken up the issue of high regional airfares, which a Nelson woman highlighted.

New marina would generate $1.5m

A new 100-berth marina at Port Motueka could generate at least $1.5 million annually.

Ingenuity win is icing on cake

Mum sees school is quake ready

Cancer Society Nelson volunteer

A flash of sunny yellow

A small army of volunteers have been working behind the scenes in preparation for the Cancer Society's Daffodil Day fundraiser tomorrow.

Joey keeps his jocks on

Ross Richards It's just two games into the new ITM Cup rugby season and Joe Wheeler's already avoided the nude run.

Victory critical for Tasman Red Devils

If the Tasman Red Devils harbour thoughts of appearing in the final of the South Island Invitational, a win over Canterbury Colts tomorrow is critical.

Development to improve against Richmond

South African prop fits right in

Marlborough’s Eightball Super League

Free-flowing Makos get serious

The Tasman Makos have dealt with their first two National Provincial Championship opponents convincingly, picking up maximum points. Now it gets serious.

How to score free floorboards

reno In this week's real-life reno' column, Adam talks through the pain and joy of salvaging old floorboards.

Cheers, a toast to craft beer

If ever proof was needed, the results of this year's Brewers Guild of New Zealand Beer Awards are evidence of the growth and improving quality of Kiwi-brewed craft beer.

Wild animals scarce in forests

Life in a mid-reno' home can suck

Curried lentils and kumara.

Gentle, intimate air at Moutere

Continuing our series profiling music venues in the region, we chat to the Moutere Inn's Andrew Cole.

Dealers in dirt betray trust

Nicky Hager Are you disgusted by what's going on in politics? I am. We all should be.

Pandering to one is unfair on the others

It must be galling for players like Ryan Crotty to accept a discretionary decision that once again appears to pander to the needs of one man.

Collins' absence conspicuous

Patient care must be priority

Ballot box

Low turnout a risk to democracy

New Zealand used to be a world leader in voter participation at general elections, but no more.

Outdoors were his great love

 Rocks Rd Tears flowed as close friends of Golden Bay's Ari Kingan came to grips with losing a loyal, athletically gifted young man.

Nayland girl makes her mark

More young women should consider engineering as a dynamic career option, says a former Nelson student making her mark in the construction industry.

Push to get youth to vote

From bees to body butter

Ross Richards

Potter's character reflected in his work

Nelson potter Ross Richards died suddenly last week.

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