Burglars trash tennis HQ

Vandals strike after club's open day

A Nelson sports club was burgled and ransacked hours after opening its doors to the public.
Tasman Tennis Centre

Teen's crime spree

A 15-year-old boy has gone on a drunken crime spree, stealing two cars and crashing one of them.

Sunwear over at Rainbow

rainbow A huge dump of snow, combined with warm spring weather will see T-shirts and shorts on the slopes at Rainbow ski area.

Giant gum chewed up by chainsaws

A 30-metre tall gum tree is being removed so it does not crash down on to the highway at Atawhai.

Alleged tips jar thief is named

A man caught on camera allegedly stealing a donations jar at a Nelson tavern can be named.

Heaphy in Women of Influence finals

Nelson woman Loren Heaphy's stand against cyber bullying has seen her named as finalist in the Women of Influence competition.

Marching to raise climate awareness

Rainbow Ski Area Nelson woman Sara Cooper wants her community to start paying attention to the impact of climate change.

Drivers reminded about school zones

The driver of a bus caught travelling over the speed limit past a Nelson school on Monday morning had a previously unblemished record.

Cultural group, trust top funds list

Two city finalists for innovators awards

 Culinary Challenge

Gigatown race steps up a gear

Nelson has a new race, starting today, to win the Gigatown competition for superfast internet, a $200,000 development fund and a $500,000 community fund.

Hore on bench against Tasman

john key Andrew Hore is in line to make his Stags debut from the bench against Tasman in Invercargill tonight.

Teen named MVP in first season

If you're familiar with Nelson netball you'll already know the name Poppy Restieaux - her opposition certainly do.

Nelson College hits winning form

Girls lift their way to medals

Jimmy Cowan

Jimmy Cowan signs with Blues

Sir John Kirwan has high expectations of former All Blacks halfback coming to fill hole left by Piri Weepu.

Art lovers set to stroll Nelson by night

art by night A chance to wander around some of Nelson's art galleries and artists studios by night is about to become a reality.

Inventor's climate change drive

Takaka inventeor Albie Burgers' electric car can travel 50 kilometres and cost him $1.

'Operation Viper'

Beer skills put to the test

art by night

Arts festival's subtle echoes

The Nelson Arts Festival 2014 is about to take off, bringing over 150 artists, national and international acts to town.

Ban a vote-catching lure

Generic fishing National's plan to close the Marlborough Sounds to commercial fishing is likely to be greeted with some scepticism.

Each vote counts in every election

The only thing that gets me as riled up as people who choose not to vote, is losing at Monopoly. And I hate losing at Monopoly.

A song of freedom or a threat to it?

Historic house home to memories

Kim Dotcom

Bombed timing?

In holding fire till election week, Kim Dotcom might have inadvertently caused more harm to his own aspirations than to National's.

Talented trio join our news team

Rainbow Ski Area The Nelson Mail welcomes three new reporters to the region with another joining in a couple of weeks.

Pedal power drives charity ride

Doreeen Rudolf will head south for the ride of her life this month, planning to cover 1260km from Motueka to Invercargill in 16 days.

Coming home

Masters of the kitchen

 Loren Heaphy

Heaphy in Women of Influence finals

Nelson woman Loren Heaphy's stand against cyber bullying has seen her named as finalist in the Women of Influence competition.

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