The Trafalgar Centre is to remain closed and will cost the city council an estimated $27 million to fix.
A Nelson couple facing an immigration deadline to leave the country say they are humbled by support they have received. | Family given six months to leave
Nelson's Page and Blackmore, one of New Zealand's most beloved bookshops, is going up for sale.
Fishing industry titan Peter Talley is pushing for a ban or limit on recreational scalloping.
Father of missing tourist hopes his son is still alive despite police calling off search.
Nelson house prices increased again last month, with Richmond as the star performer.
Seventeen-year-old Tomasz McDowell of Nelson finished third in the C1 canoe class of the North Island canoe slalom championships over the weekend.
With the city council seeking submissions on its bombshell proposal to close Brook Valley Holiday Park and force permanent residents out, Bill Moore and Marion van Dijk called on four of them in their homes.
The top of the South dairy industry's big night has 18 finalists in line for top awards.
Action, excitement and suspense - at times of disbelief - feature in reviewer Dave Manning's caseload this week.
Half a million dollars to - perhaps - save Tahunanui's dysfunctional modellers' pond. Almost as much again to - hopefully - restore the Maitai River to something approaching full health.
The recent public floating of a New Zealand flag change by Prime Minister John Key has generally met with a supportive public response.
Scallop company boss calls recreational fishing spokesman's comments on commercial sector "crap".
They will be travelling in pairs with a single man: somebody's brother Barry. They will be named Peter and Elizabeth.
We've said it before, but March is when the Silly Season for beer begins in New Zealand. We could go festival to festival around the country well into April.
A Golden Bay grandmother has written a memoir of her early childhood with her "exciting" artistic mother, who left her husband in Indonesia, taking her daughter to live in the Netherlands, during the Depression years.
The biggest problem for the guides showing a group of high-end German cruise ship passengers the Abel Tasman National Park was "prising them off the beach".
As summer begins to fade, Alan Clarke takes a peek at our 'sunshine capital' reputation.
Gallery: Despite a short lead-up to the sixth annual Muddy Buddy, numbers came close to last year's record.
In what might be described as a beer lover's heaven, 12 home brewers will make beers simultaneously at Nelson's MarchFest.
The "dire" lack of live music for Nelson teenagers is about to be rectified by a new project.
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