Arrest after Winz office threat

Nelson AOS team swoops on Koromiko house

Man arrested after gun threat made to the Blenheim office of Work and Income.
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Student dies after crash

Jadeyn McKay and Jamie Sixtus A young woman who died after a car crash near Murchison was a "lovely girl" dedicated to helping others.

Bravery awards for heroic pair

Two Nelson men who rescued a family from a sinking car have been awarded bravery medals.

Parent upset by dirty needles

Thirty pupils from a Nelson school narrowly avoided walking through a pile of dirty needles.

Family in kayak rescue praised

A Mapua family's quick action when a kayak expedition went wrong may have saved their lives.

Shaking off the blues

OPINION: Was anyone surprised at the survey which ranked Nelson as the unhappiest place in the country? | Nelson: NZ's saddest city

$5000 boost for painting fundraiser

Guy Williams Nelson ratepayers will contribute $5000 towards a campaign to secure a Rita Angus painting.

Murder trial lawyers wrap up

Two explanations for a "horrendous and tragic" death were put to a jury in a Nelson murder trial.

Holiday boost for Gigatown bid

'Fantastic' response to memorial

Cody Roach

Love is in the air

Seconds after Cody Roach's now-fiancée said, “I do,” a meteor-like object flared across the night sky.

Young legs take Jones to win

Migym Duathlon It was a big day for 13-year-old Cameron Jones as he biked away from the field during the second stage of Sunday's Migym Duathlon at Rabbit Island to win comfortably.

Athletes head off to world champs

Part of the Nelson contingent heading to Europe for the World Mountain Running Championships got to stretch their legs a final time at the weekend before the long journey that starts tomorrow.

Garin unbeaten after first day

Waimea eye top six

Migym Duathlon

Shaky start for under-15s

Nelson College have made a disappointing start to this year's South Island secondary schools under-15 rugby tournament following a narrow 12-10 loss to Timaru.

Plenty to consider in deciding best bar

wine generic The bi-annual Nelson Hospitality Awards function was held at The Rutherford Hotel last Monday.

Roads not the answer

Perhaps the question we need to ask is not how to improve moving cars into and out of the city. Maybe we should be asking how to improve moving people into and out of the city.

How to score free floorboards

Gentle, intimate air at Moutere

Ani Waitai

We're a peaceful bunch, we Kiwis

It might not seem apparent in the current political landscape, but New Zealand rates as the fourth most peaceful place on the planet.

From overwhelmed to back on track

Jadeyn McKay and Jamie Sixtus The concept of self-care during early motherhood has led me to seek new perspectives on issues common to mothers during the early years of parenting.

Taking hold of destiny

If Motueka is thrive into the next generation, then the town needs to go it alone.

Fashion is in the eye of the beholder

Surgery systems need to be better

Guy Williams

Important to support local art

Great art should be as accessible as possible, which is why the Suter gallery's bid to buy a painting from one of New Zealand's greatest artists deserves support.

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.

Tributes flow for big, loving man

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

Nayland girl makes her mark

Push to get youth to vote

Ross Richards

Potter's character reflected in his work

Nelson potter Ross Richards died suddenly last week.

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