Amanda Solloway watched as a dramatic Boulder Bank rescue unfolded.
Campaigners against Victory Liquor Centre celebrate "fantastic result" for community.
A dispute over a dentist bill left a Nelson man with no bottom teeth.
Snow, rain, wind, road closures and a flying trampoline. Welcome to Spring.
Tiny lamb Little Mister Sunshine has fallen into the lap of luxury after a tough start to life.
The next use for an old house sitting in a Nelson supermarket carpark remains to be seen.
Prime Minister John Key has picked his favourites of the final four flag designs.
A "boring" white wall has been injected with colourful life thanks to the crafty hands of Texas artist Jonathan Muzacz.
Nelson College A couldn't defend their title but still ended on a positive note with a 75-72 win over Dunedin's Middleton Grange College to finish fifth at the junior secondary schools zone 4 premiership basketball tournament in Nelson on Tuesday.
The mountainbiking world will have its eyes on Andorra this weekend and two Nelson riders will be in focus.
It was a day for the defence, or as one spectator put it: "a day for the ducks".
Nelson College are out of title contention after losing to Otago Boys High School in Monday's quarterfinals at the junior secondary schools zone 4 premiership basketball championships in Nelson.
Nelson College and Waimea College have each suffered two heavy defeats on the opening day of the Rankin Cup and India Shield secondary schoolboys hockey tournament in Auckland.
Seems strange to be writing a column about gardening during winter, but that's the whole point really. Except for the occasional cold blast, much of the country is blessed with weather that allows for year-round gardening.
A musical is about to be delivered by young performers who aren't afraid to pull some punches on issues close to their hearts.
Everything you ever wanted to know about crepe myrtles, of which there are about fifty or so species.
Written over 200 years ago, The Creation by Franz Joseph Haydn is one of the great choral works of all time.
Australian crime-writing superstar Michael Robotham is coming to Nelson to promote his latest novel, Close Your Eyes.
"Thank you for coming in, Mr …" "Cumberpatch. Elvis Cumberpatch. Call me Elvis."
OPINION: Nelson is still small enough that people say hello to strangers, says Matt Lawrey.
Thanks to Tasman Mayor Richard Kempthorne for his two columns on the Waimea Community Dam.
Tasman Mayor Richard Kempthorne's recent expressions regarding the Waimea Community Dam lack credibility.
OPINION: The council's decision to develop the Maitai River Walkway between the Nile St East and Collingwood St bridges to shared pathway standards could best be described as premature.
A Nelson soldier killed at Passchendaele in 1917 has had his story immortalised by a Kiwi author.
The head of Nelson's youth orchestras found music and art as an escape from a miserable and abusive childhood.
School children from across Nelson put their heads together to come up with solutions as part of a problem-solving challenge.
The mother of a Nelson five-year-old wants her to live a normal life, but the slightest cold could kill her.
Waimea Rural Fire operations manager Doug Ashford is handing in his pager at the end of the month.
Taranaki's NPC title defence appears to have drowned on a sodden Yarrow Stadium.
Tasman Makos’ loose forward Vernon Fredericks provided the feel-good story of his side’s 41-21 win over Manawatu at Lansdowne Park in Blenheim on Thursday evening.
Winger Mitchell Scott is one of only three changes to the starting lineup for Friday's NPC clash with Bay of Plenty.
Tasman Rugby Union mulls red cards for coaches as it looks to crack down on sideline abuse.
Young Canterbury halfback bounding into his third NPC season with much more confidence than 12 months ago.