A family home has become a drop-in centre for new mothers and babies in Richmond.
Nominations officially confirm mayoral battle between incumbent and top contender.
Kea deaths from poison could be off-set by population gains in other areas, DOC finds.
Living Wage movement calls on council to act as a role model to help minimum wage workers make ends meet.
Father of boy found in filthy Richmond home says he won't let his son live like that.
Nelson's iconic Trathen's building has been demolished after almost 100 years.
The men accused of bashing the winners of a pig hunting competition in a pub bathroom have been found not guilty.
National 10-year research program to enhance the use the marine environment
Pines denied record as Mauao clinch maiden Volleyball New Zealand club championship.
Nelson Suburbs coach still weighing up his options to replace key playmaker Atkin Kaua in starting lineup
While he was unable to prove that he was fit and ready to go, cyclist Jack Bauer never doubted his ability to perform in Rio.
The Pines have earned their shot at history - now it's time to achieve what no volleyball club has done before.
Pines beat the Harbour Raiders in five set thriller to reach Volleyball New Zealand club championships decider.
Choir promises to push the boundaries with hits from their recent tour.
Smokefree Rockquest acts from three Nelson-Tasman high schools have made it to the finals.
Going by opening night audience participation this will be a very popular production
A Golden Bay artist has put together a creative design to house a lucky brood of chooks.
Thanks to state of the art projection facilities, the 2016 New Zealand International Film Festival will encompass a record number of screenings.
OPINION: Red is a universal sign of danger. It's also the colour our faces turn when we do something stupid.
COLUMN: The closure of the Marlborough Sounds scallop fishery is the only option, writes Kaikoura MP Stuart Smith.
It's home to rare heavyweights of the creepy-crawly kind: giant carnivorous snails, 12cm spiders and metre-long worms.
OPINION: Racism and xenophobia exist here too and that means that New Zealand may breed its own homegrown Trump.
The independence of wine show judging processes give a solid indicator of quality to consumers.
Nelson's iconic Trathen's building has finally come down, ending a run of almost 100 years.
'Mr P' the cat had been missing for nine months. An incomplete neutering might explain why.
The next batch of Nelson's Olympic hopefuls were farewelled at a special lunch to celebrate the local games legacy.
Opinion: The fairytale of farming doesn't always have a happy ever after ending.
Hannah Straker is the face of Eat, Nuture, Love, an event to raise funds and support those living with breast cancer.
It's time to do a postmortem (of sorts) on another fizzer for the Crusaders.
Christchurch's top club rugby player has scored a role with the Tasman Makos.
OPINION: If the Crusaders want to play the blame game, they need only look in a mirror.
Losing to the Lions in the Super Rugby quarterfinal wasn't how Todd Blackadder wanted it to end.
Mistakes cost the Crusaders dearly in the loss to the Lions in their Super Rugby quarterfinal match.