Police act on Winz threats

Gun threats, vandalism at Nelson offices

A man who threatened to return with a gun to the Stoke Work and Income office has been arrested.
St John Ambulance staff

Guilty of manslaughter

5:51pm A jury finds Nelson's Kirkland Day not guilty of murder after the fatal stabbing of a man last year.

Makos reflect union's fortunes

Tasman Makos 19 min ago They're proud, down Tasman way, and their flagship team is leading the way for a small union continuing to make strides.

DOC shocked by death of penguins

At least eight little blue penguins were killed by dogs at Little Kaiteriteri over the weekend.

Nelson pair "eyes" for blind climber

On the savage slopes of Mt Kilimanjaro, Nelson couple Peter Coeland and Susan Baillie were Neelu Memon's eyes.

Woman to appeal fraud sentence

A Ngatimoti woman, convicted of defrauding ACC of $213,000, has had her home detention suspended until her appeal is heard.

Crash driver 'critical'

crash in the Dashwood Pass A 49-year-old Christchurch man is in critical condition after his ute crashed in Marlborough.

Free parking has mixed results

Council weighs up preliminary report on the effects of free parking in Nelson.

Sequel to woman's eye injury

Ambulance crews preened in green

Roger Nicholson and Rachel Dodd

Refreshing change to CBD

A new $14,000 drinking fountain has been installed on Trafalgar St this week.

Attitude shift pays dividends for Makos

Ross Richards Tasman Makos lock forward Joe Wheeler explains why eventful draw with NPC heavyweights Auckland felt like 'kissing my brothers'.

Medallists raced to a standstill

It's been three weeks since Nelson's Sean Ducray and Olly Stephens crawled out of their boat after an exhausting bronze medal performance at the junior world rowing championships in Germany.

A dream of the Olympics in Tokyo

Nelson grit fails to turn the tables

Tasman Makos

Makos reflect union's fortunes

They're proud, down Tasman way, and their flagship team is leading the way for a small union continuing to make strides.

We're a peaceful bunch, we Kiwis

Ani Waitai It might not seem apparent in the current political landscape, but New Zealand rates as the fourth most peaceful place on the planet.

Plenty to consider in deciding best bar

The bi-annual Nelson Hospitality Awards function was held at The Rutherford Hotel last Monday.

Roads not the answer

How to score free floorboards

Olly Stephens

Peaceful revolution at Bencarri

Charlotte Squire visits a special place in Golden Bay - Bencarri Farm - which is now under new owners.

Home ownership less achievable

house for sale Is this the end of the Kiwi dream?

Shaking off the blues

Was anyone surprised at the survey which ranked Nelson as the unhappiest place in the country? | Nelson: NZ's saddest city

Important to support local art

From overwhelmed to back on track

Ashburton winz shooting

No easy answers

Shootings are still mercifully rare in New Zealand; rare enough that when something like the Ashburton tragedy happens it shocks all of us.

Outdoors were his great love

 Rocks Rd Tears flowed as close friends of Golden Bay's Ari Kingan came to grips with losing a loyal, athletically gifted young man.

Tributes flow for big, loving man

'Catastrophic failure' blamed for death of a Nelson fisherman aboard a Talley's boat in the Pacific.

Nayland girl makes her mark

Push to get youth to vote

Ross Richards

Potter's character reflected in his work

Nelson potter Ross Richards died suddenly last week.

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