Foreign pickers turned away

Enough workers already

Nelson orchards have been turning away overseas workers as they are full up for the start of the pipfruit harvest.
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Sublime wine, music

The annual Winery Tour has quickly become as Kiwi as pav, the All Blacks, and Dave Dobbyn's finely tuned heartstrings.

Hail makes a dent in apple exports

Nelson's export apple harvest is expected to be down 10 per cent because of hail damage.

Centre must be on firm footing

The Nelson City Council will spend around $60,000 in an attempt to save millions of dollars on strengthening the Trafalgar Centre.

Snapped: Who is this man?

Nelson police are seeking the public's help to identify a man who may be able to help with an inquiry.

Kiwi set to fly - yet again

NZ's newest airline announces direct routes from regional centres to Auckland, Queenstown and Hamilton.

Foreign pickers turned away

Nelson orchards have been turning away overseas workers as they are full up for the start of the pipfruit harvest.

Life's a beach

Passion for art and beaches are among growing links between New Zealand and Cuba, says ambassador.

New search for tourist

Below the waves

Sublime wine, music

The annual Winery Tour has quickly become as Kiwi as pav, the All Blacks, and Dave Dobbyn's finely tuned heartstrings.

McBride unsure where she fits in

Nelson rower Zoe McBride will have to wait a little longer before she can map out her targets for 2015.

Kelly error allows Bone a first victory

There's something about a perfect sea swim. It's calm, There's a bit of current but not too much. It's a bit cloudy, so you're not squinting to see where to go.

Suburbs happy with 'messy' win

Lowe knows what's needed

Kelly wins judo bronze

By her own admission, Nelson's Louise Kelly might not have been on top of her game.

Folk music 'different beast'

They have toured all over the world but musical couple Emily Smith and Jamie McClennan will always make time to play in New Zealand.

Photos speak for themselves

This is an exhibition of quality and intellectual acuity; exhibitions that are often sadly lacking in Nelson’s rather conservative art scene.

The Kurnel comes home

Return to Nelson an odd feeling

Great expectations but it's boring

Film reviewer Matt Lawrey on the blockbuster erotic thriller that's about as arousing as a trip to Mitre 10.

Editorial: MPs' pay rise can't be justified

The Remuneration Authority, formerly the Higher Salaries Commission, was set up to take the heat out of the sensitive subject of how much we pay our politicians.

No one answer to foreign driver issue

There is a heap of data available on foreign drivers. Mostly, they crash for the same reasons Kiwis do.

Backing off won't solve Super burden

Working to bridge design gaps

Vigilance and visibility key factors

The old saw, "be safe, be seen" is as applicable to water pursuits as it is to walking or cycling at night.

Service honours fallen soldier

Special Ngatimoti service honours New Zealand's first fallen soldier in WWI, Private William Ham.

Locally grown veges voted tops

Two local growers were recognised as some of the best in the business at the Farmers' Markets New Zealand summer food awards.

Law takes on a mountain of a challenge

Fa'avae targets Coast to Coast

First casualty from Nelson

A 100-year-old photo has been discovered in time to mark NZ's first casualty during World War I.

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