Nelson Mandela's death has reprised a time of great change, huge hope and ultimately great sadness in Nicolette Louverdis' memory.
The Tasman District Council plans to slash its support to the region's tourism promotion organisation.
Golden Bay-based Chatham Rock phosphate has crossed a major hurdle in its plan to mine phosphate nodules on the Chatham Rise.
A Nelson teacher found guilty of indecently assaulting five children under the age of 12 can now be named.
A man found guilty of 13 sex offences against two girls was a Scout leader awarded for good service.
The Nelson City Council has backed away from removing a rubbish skip at the Port Nelson marina launching ramp in a move that recreational fishing spokesman Troy Dando says bodes well for the future.
Six junior tennis players represented Tasman at the South Island intermediate and primary schools tournament in Christchurch this week.
A definitive history Nelson aviation is released this month, coinciding with Nelson Airport's 75th anniversary. Naomi Arnold meets the keen plane buffs behind it.
Reign is the latest product of the history-as-told-by-beautiful-people school, which has already given us The Tudors and The Borgias.
There's nothing . . . absolutely nothing . . . half so much worth doing as simply messing around in boats. The sentiment first expressed in Wind in the Willows is a common one, and especially pertinent to Nelson at this time of year.
Motel owner Bonita Wilkinson's decision to stock only local food in its minibars is part of her strong belief that Nelson businesses need to work together.
Sunday morning, 8am. Things weren't all that promising.
I decided to turn the problem of nothing to wear into a shopping opportunity. I focused on Nelson designers in my search for a professional-looking outfit.
Hands up those of you from Invercargill. Welcome to Nelson. For what it's worth, I've just had a week in your home town as a guest of the taxpayer.
The porcelain veneer of Nelson's new mayor hides the cracks of a recently fought tough campaign which was an all-or-nothing bout for the red chair of power, writes Tracy Neal.
Initial works around Richmond's new $8m water treatment plant will see a rolling programme of connections and installations happening on Queen St.
The number of families in need attending a free community dinner in Nelson has swelled as word about it spreads.
After winning the South Island title last week, Jester House went one better yesterday as it was been named best cafe in New Zealand.
Traffic was stalled at the new traffic lights on Waimea Rd on Wednesday morning after a string of crashes.
Around 15,000 lined Trafalgar St to catch the annual Nelson City Santa Parade and Christmas Carnival.
A campaign is being launched to bring an international street artist to Nelson to create a super-sized painting on a city wall.
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