Farmer Phillip Woolley, called NZ's 'most recidivist' offender, faces jail if he doesn't clean up his act.
The region's health board had eight serious events last year, with five mishaps proving fatal.
Police have revealed that fugitive gunman Jahdai Kennard is wanted for a string of other violent offences.
Stacey Knott talks to frontline health professionals about the change in mental health care from institutionalisation to community care.
Giving people a safe environment to walk or cycle should be a no-brainer, says Olympic gold medallist Sarah Ulmer.
Forgive the irreverence but there must still be a niggling question mark surrounding Dan Carter's readiness to resume his international rugby career.
The Nelson Ceroc group is opening its doors to the public for a retro Halloween dance party tomorrow.
Ifor Ffowcs-Williams makes the case for innovative business clusters to boost the economy.
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