Councillor thrown out of chamber for telling Mayor Aldo Miccio: "Don't text while I'm speaking."
Rutherford Gallery closes after 50 years due to a lack of sales as other galleries struggle to stay alive.
Jobs cuts to save $1 million at the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board.
Couple selling up waterfront home and leaving town, jobless and annoyed over insurance fears.
Oh Blok and Livvy and Anna await judgment that will seal their fate in the national college music competition.
Seafood giants want a 20,000-tonne commercial catch hike for the 2013-14 fishing year.
Nelson Deputy Mayor Ali Boswijk has confirmed she will be standing down from council this year to pursue her other career interests, one of which conflicts too much with her role on the council.
The Tasman Makos are noted for their commitment to playing a positive, attacking style of rugby.
Game two in the second round is a bit like a Tuesday, with the potential to be a tad ho-hum.
The Lee Valley dam has support in high places but its opponents refuse to go away as the TDC edges closer to deciding whether the mega-project should go ahead. Peter Watson reports
The French and Italians have had their turn . . . now it's the Japanese Film Festival's turn. Unlike the others, it's a Nelson-only affair. Elly Cave looks for the highlights.
Keeping tabs on our kids has rarely been more challenging - or important.
It started as a "lucky escape" yarn.
An award-winning butcher has closed the doors of his struggling shop just 2 years after he opened.
Anything we can do now to help get people in less developed countries out of poverty is a good thing.
A couple of bars contacted us last week saying they had been sent an anonymous letter and two beers from a group calling itself "Secret Seven - the newest wave of New Zealand beer".
Golden Bay artist Hesta Macready's idea of heaven is rolling out clay and pressing a pattern she sourced from nature into the surface.
Nelson Mayor Aldo Miccio has begun his election campaign with an event for his supporters.
New law changes passed at the end of last year created some major changes ahead for local government.
A new festival, Light Nelson, will kick off with the launch of floating lanterns carrying the hopes of children from across the region.
The Motueka-Golden Bay News and the Richmond-Waimea Leader are merging into one publication covering the whole of Tasman district.
Review Romeo and Juliet: A Nelson Colleges Presentation. Theatre Royal, Tuesday June 11.
The Glenn Miller Orchestra performs in Nelson on June 18, and Faye Lougher talks to the orchestra's director, about why Miller's music is as popular today as it was in the 40s.
Nelson teens will have more space to hang out after the completion of a new Tahunanui youth park.
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