A sign of true friendship

A kidney between two best friends

Kanenin Bruce and Michael Miller are best mates who will do anything for one another.
Michael Miller

RSA could depart

The Returned and Services Association is likely to walk away from the Nelson Suburban Club.

Boarding changes to go ahead

Nelson College is set to make the biggest changes to its boarding facilities since 1939.

Memory of night of killing queried

"Big gaps" in a murder accused's memory were questioned by the Crown in the fifth day of a trial in the High Court at Nelson.

Donors shrink centre mortgage

Community fundraising has helped the Golden Bay IFHC achieve a healthy financial position.

Helicopter callout leads to donation

After the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter came to a colleague's aid, Colin Curtain decided something give back.

Nelson student shines on debut

A Nelson student has been carving up the catwalk at New Zealand Fashion Week in Auckland.

Candidates speak on healthy homes, tax

Nelson's political candidates went head to head over healthy homes in an election candidates' forum at the Trafalgar Park Pavilion yesterday.

Airports call for cheaper flight fares

Jolly red bus rolls into town

Hilary Palmer

Legal careers take off at home

Surrounded by family and friends, two Nelson women have been admitted to the bar.

Last roundup for veteran underdogs

It feels like the "last battle" for Nenad Vucinic and it's fair to say the old general is plotting furiously to come up with one more famous victory.

Free-flowing Makos get serious

The Tasman Makos have dealt with their first two National Provincial Championship opponents convincingly, picking up maximum points. Now it gets serious.

Jacks come back in thriller

Tasman Griffins set to open campaign

Ross Geldenhuys

Acid test in store for Makos

It has been one of the Tasman Rugby Union's goals this season to increase their player strength and to ensure they have genuine depth on the bench.

Plenty to consider in deciding best bar

wine generic The bi-annual Nelson Hospitality Awards function was held at The Rutherford Hotel last Monday.

Roads not the answer

Perhaps the question we need to ask is not how to improve moving cars into and out of the city. Maybe we should be asking how to improve moving people into and out of the city.

How to score free floorboards

Gentle, intimate air at Moutere

Ani Waitai

We're a peaceful bunch, we Kiwis

It might not seem apparent in the current political landscape, but New Zealand rates as the fourth most peaceful place on the planet.

Fashion is in the eye of the beholder

Among the many striking things about fashion shows, are these curiosities: Who actually wears the clothes in real life?

Surgery systems need to be better

Health board chief hits back at claims surgeons could be contributing to backlog by cherry-picking patients| Surgeons under fire

Pandering to one is unfair on the others

Low turnout a risk to democracy

Cancer Society Nelson volunteer

Daffodil Day a time to remember

Today is a special day for those who have lost someone through cancer or are going through it themselves.

Outdoors were his great love

 Rocks Rd Tears flowed as close friends of Golden Bay's Ari Kingan came to grips with losing a loyal, athletically gifted young man.

Tributes flow for big, loving man

'Catastrophic failure' blamed for death of a Nelson fisherman aboard a Talley's boat in the Pacific.

Nayland girl makes her mark

Push to get youth to vote

Ross Richards

Potter's character reflected in his work

Nelson potter Ross Richards died suddenly last week.

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