Supplied/ News photo: George Hilgeholt was recognised at the 2015 Resene Architectural Design Awards for his work on Hilgeholt House (pictured) in Nelson.

Nelson's grand designs

Three Nelson architectural designers honoured at the 2015 Resene Awards.

Man dies after assault

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Homicide inquiry begins after Nelson man dies following early morning assault. 

Clubrooms a bombsite

Partygoers go "berserk" leaving hole in wall, burns on carpet, spilt drinks and broken doors.

When Tabby met the Queen

"How wonderful" said the Queen when former Nayland student told her what she did.

Stats show need to fix damp homes

Survey reveals more than a quarter of New Zealanders have moved out of a house because it was cold, damp or mouldy.

Nelson bling king's new groove

Master jeweller Benjamin Clark, 26, has launched a sister brand as his business picks up steam.

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News

Pair arrested in assault

Police investigating a serious assault

 A man is critically injured in hospital after an overnight assault in Nelson.

Rainbow a 'stunner'

Fresh snow and sunshine made for a "stunner" of an opening day at Rainbow Ski Area.

New adventure for Nelson principal

Final service for historic church

Sport

Nelson upset WOB to reclaim Noel Barton Trophy

WOB's Luca Roden hangs on to Nelson centre David Havili during their match at Trafalgar Park on Saturday.

Nelson tore up the Car Company Nelson Bays division one rugby form book on their way to a stunning 28-26 upset win over playoff-bound Waimea Old Boys at Trafalgar Park on Saturday

Season over for Nelson Giants

Like Stonehenge, Roswell and Flight MH370, Lindsay Tait remains a mystery to most of mankind.

Ross Geldenhuys mingles with the Highlanders' fans after Saturday's thrilling Super Rugby final at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.

Geldenhuys says final win 'unreal'

At the beginning of 2014 Ross Geldenhuys arrived in New Zealand looking to revitalise his rugby career.

Lifestyle & Entertainment

Hippies of Dehra Doon video

The Andersons insist they aren't "greenies". They just always had a dream to live off the grid.

Nelson plans to mark VJ anniversary

An informal commemoration of the 70th anniversary of VJ Day will be held at Rutherford Park this year.

Paul Dano as Beach Boy Brian Wilson in Love & Mercy.

Review: Love & Mercy

The really infuriating thing for artists is that sometimes you can get all the ingredients together for what should be a winning piece of work and still it falls flat.

Opinion

Bringing warmth to winter's chill

At Jeff's Burger Den at Brooklyn School for lunch on Thursday were, from left, waitress Arihia Gibbs, Kalia Crawford-Sharp and Maia Karetai.

Poet T.S. Elliot called April the cruellest month but July is no picnic for hospitality businesses either.

Fairy-stories no basis for decisions

It's one thing to respect Maori heritage, but that doesn't mean deferring to folklore that we know to be absurd.

Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker garner the laughs in their comedy sketch Four Candles.

Laughs a plenty among the fork 'andles

A small good-deed this week set off a train of treats.

Our People

College campaign keeps kids cosy

Nelson College for Girls students Niamh Berry-Kilgour, 16, left and Olivia Deakin who lead the Social Services committee collected funds and warm clothing for Keeping Kids Warm.

Students from Nelson College for Girls are working to keep local kids warm.

Cheesemakers want farmers to diversify

Two Takaka master cheesemakers are hoping to inspire a new generation into their craft.

Dan Kearney at Hire Pool in Stoke where he works.

Getting off the couch for Masters Games

Dan Kearney used to hate running but is now entering the Masters Games.

Rugby

Geldenhuys says final win 'unreal'

Ross Geldenhuys mingles with the Highlanders' fans after Saturday's thrilling Super Rugby final at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.

At the beginning of 2014 Ross Geldenhuys arrived in New Zealand looking to revitalise his rugby career.

Makos squad takes shape

The 2015 edition of the Tasman Makos, the nation’s most talked about provincial rugby side, is taking shape.

Motueka captain Hannah Kelly holds the trophy for the Tasman Rugby Union's women's competition aloft, surrounded by her celebrating teammates after Saturday's final at Sports Park Motueka.

Motueka girls claim tens crown

 Anyone who doubts the commitment of women rugby players had only to look at Emily Kelly's bleeding face during the final of the Car Company Senior Women's Tens on Saturday.

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