Curtain falls at Saxton Oval

Fans hope for thrills in city's final match

Nelson plays host to its third and final match of the tournament, between Bangladesh and Scotland, at Saxton Oval today.
Saxton Oval

Victory wins CCTV bid

Victory Square will be closely monitored by CCTV in an effort to help residents feel safer in their community.

Marty Kain drops a million

Central Districts cricketer lets a potential $1 million slip through his fingers at a Cricket World Cup match.

Mayor defends China trip

Nelson mayor Rachel Reese and council CEO Clare Hadley will travel on a council-funded trip to China.

Aotearoa launches fleet renewal

NZ’s biggest Maori-owned fisheries company signs deal with Nelson boat builder for state of the art fishing boat.

Parvo threat to region's dogs

Dog owners warned of the highly contagious dog disease after a case in Motueka.

Farmer avoids jail over eco offences

Marlborough farmer called New Zealand's "most recidivist" offender, narrowly escapes stint in jail.

Private collection goes on show

A prized collection of classic cars will go on show next weekend.

Prizes to wow golfers

Masked Parade needs a theme

Owners plan 'glam-packers'

Big things are planned for the site that previously housed Nelson backpackers Accents on the Park.

Champion literally sick of 400m

It's not that Alex Jordan is sick of running the 400m, running them just seems to make him sick.

Four in a row for mighty Seagate

Three-time defending champions and world champions Seagate have taken out the Godzone adventure race for the fourth time.

Time to get mud in your eye

Tasman sure they can mix it with best

Call-up out of the blue

Nelson College for Girls student Abbey Franklin has been invited to trial for the NZ secondary schools team which will contest the trans-Tasman U-19 tournament in May.

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.

Righteous rage not helpful

However bad their driving - and dear God it can be awful - these tourists don't actually have a death wish.

TPPA threatens Pharmac's right to choose drugs

Arthritis is an innocuous word for an illness that causes so much grief.

Peters spices up by-election

Really, you shouldn't have . . .

From sleepy to humming

Developers and the Tasman District Council must ensure that Mapua's atmosphere is not ruined by too much or poor-quality development.

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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