With just over 80 per cent of the vote counted, Labour's West Coast-Tasman MP Damien O'Connor finally declared victory.
Troy Minto's mother "completely blindsided" by "miscarriage of justice" as her son's killer walks free after retrial.
All women in Nelson who had not yet voted were exhorted to do so at a celebration of Suffrage Day.
The Nelson Tasman region has five new Justices of the Peace to call on.
Outcry over cost of alcohol licensing fees prompts city council to soften its stance.
Craig Boote's involvement with Nelson speedway hasn't ended, just because he no longer owns a race car.
Rebecca Kersten will have to ensure her hockey game doesn't go rusty over summer - she has a series with the national senior women's team to think about in April.
Forget metadata surveillance. I'm thinking hedgehogs are what we really we need to be afraid of.
Rogues and vagabonds resurfaced this week. No, not in the lead-up to polling day (and please remember to vote) but in a story about a United States painter.
Jim Hilton argues that supporters of the pesticide 1080 have got it all wrong.
Doreeen Rudolf will head south for the ride of her life this month, planning to cover 1260km from Motueka to Invercargill in 16 days.
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