Au revoir to Minuit

'It's time to hang up the hot pants'

Nelson-born band Minuit is bidding au revoir after 15 years but as Charles Anderson reports, they aren't leaving without saying goodbye.
Ruth Carr

Farmer's last chance

Marlborough's Phillip Woolley, called NZ's 'most recidivist' offender, faces prison if he doesn't clean up his act.

'He can't hide forever'

kennard Police have revealed that fugitive gunman Jahdai Kennard is wanted for a string of other violent offences.

Online voting costs too high - council

City council says online voting for local elections would double costs of holding them.

Preparing for Ebola

Preparations are under way to make sure Ebola can be correctly handled if it arrives in the region.

Controversial cycleway wins award

Nelson's controversial two-way St Vincent St cycleway has received a national award.

Booking blunders investigated

Kaige Harris and Michelle Harris Health boards reviewing processes after booking errors led to surgeries being cancelled.

Safer cycling a 'no-brainer'

Giving people a safe environment to walk or cycle should be a no-brainer, says Olympic gold medallist Sarah Ulmer.

Airport head set to retire

Peony firm wins business award

Kaige Harris and Michelle Harris

Surgery gaffe upsets patients

Nine-year-old boy has operation cancelled at short notice after surgeon found to be overseas.

Super season sees Makos move

Quentin MacDonald The Makos' impressive first season in the national provincial premiership has seen a host of players snapped up by Super Rugby sides.

Carter's class faces searching test

Forgive the irreverence but there must still be a niggling question mark surrounding Dan Carter's readiness to resume his international rugby career.

Makos profit from huge strides

Saints narrowly miss final round

Nick Marquet

Marquet steps up a gear

Nick Marquet reckons that to get dust in your face, first you must have rocks in your head.

Children cover styles at Rockfest

Kayla Burgess From a ukulele orchestra to classic rock, young performers covered the musical spectrum at the Nelson primary-intermediate schools' Rockfest.

Ceroc party put on for Halloween

The Nelson Ceroc group is opening its doors to the public for a retro Halloween dance party tomorrow.

Getting a taste of the region

Reunion gig gets crowd moving

Visitors flock to arts festival

Nelson Arts Festival finishes with more than 47 sold out shows from a total of 77 events.

Arts festival team, take a bow

Beyond It's become something of a ritual for the Mail to sing the praises of the annual arts festival. And why not?

Clusters help rural business to blossom

Ifor Ffowcs-Williams makes the case for innovative business clusters to boost the economy.

Yet another encounter with the beast

We need to show hospitality, too

Generic housing

Home is where the heart is

It's puzzling that Nelson does not already have more people with CBD addresses

Winning streak for hairdresser

Nadine Gratton Nelson hair stylist Nadine Gratton already has a swag of awards under her belt.

Sure to win, and to lose

Whatever the result of the ITM Cup final on Saturday night, Ray and Viv Marshall will be winners.

Be aware of polio threat

Reward in helping others

Cory Brown

Nayland mates in the States

Alex Ridsdale and Cory Brown were team-mates at Nayland College. Now, four years later and more than 13,000 kilometres away they're teaming up again at a university in Cincinnati. Phillip Rollo reports.

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