Faces of unity

Diversity makes Nelson great

The Nelson Mail captures the stories of Race Unity Day.
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Booze reading horrifies

A Richmond woman was caught driving more than six times over the breath-alcohol limit.

'Amazing' time for graduates

The atmosphere was vibrant as 25 graduands waited to receive their early childhood teaching degree.

No end in sight to in-fighting

The Grey Power Federation is staying silent over the bitter feud within Nelson Grey Power.

Anzac walkway naming plan rejected

Council says no to proposal to name a section of the Maitai Walkway "Anzac Walkway".

Teddies come to the rescue

A charitable trust is bringing teddies and blankets to children who have experienced trauma.

Awards mark 30 years with 'top-rate' show

Country music lovers gathered to appreciate talent from throughout New Zealand at the annual Sun City Country Music Awards.

Get set for Tryathlon

The Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids Tryathlon is coming to Nelson this Sunday.

One dead in Westport car crash

Faces of unity

Riding for disabled fair draws hundreds

A dancing stallion, ice creams and sunshine were the recipe for a successful day at the Richmond Riding for the Disabled (RDA) fair.

Webb's TQ midget trap

When Jeremy Webb is setting the race pace out front, things happen rapidly.

Local Masters in the thick of medal rush

A team of six Tasman Masters athletes had a successful campaign in Tauranga.

Fulton going for gold

Scottish cricketers get Kiwiana fix

Home sweet home for Stilwell

Julian Stilwell is beginning to make a habit of these happy homecomings.

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.

Foreign land register sensible move

For all of his populist instincts, Prime Minister John Key appears curiously out of touch with the public on land ownership by foreign investors.

Nelson a Shangri-La?

I suspect I may be a Nelson Mother. Technically I'm a Motueka Father.

Editorial: MPs' pay rise can't be justified

No one answer to foreign driver issue

Balance needed over cycleways

It's great that Nelson is making gains as a cycle-friendly city. Supporting this basic transportation mode makes sense for many reasons.

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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