The fate of the closed Trafalgar Centre is likely to be publicly revealed next week.
The owners of a Nelson cafe, who are facing a six-month deadline to leave New Zealand, are calling for help from the community.
Watching their boat go up in flames was a "sickening" experience for an Auckland couple.
A new river terrace is in the making, as Paruroroa Park takes shape on the banks of the lower Maitai.
Nelson continues to power up the ladder in the Gigatown competition, reaching fourth place.
Wanderers' team-mates Dan Cooper and Jack White continue to dominate their respective club cricket categories with just three rounds of the Car Company Nelson one-day competition remaining.
Tomorrow morning, Marlborough adventure racers Dan Moore and Jeremy McKenzie will, literally, take a step into the unknown.
The New St building with the striking mosaic on the front was at the hub of many Nelson teenagers' lives until its closure last year. With demolition set to begin on Monday, Stacey Knott revisits an old stomping ground
The TDC is cutting tourism funding, worrying Murchison locals who depend on travellers for their livelihood. Naomi Arnold reports.
Action, excitement and suspense - at times of disbelief - feature in reviewer Dave Manning's caseload this week.
The inner-city parking controversy must seem an unwelcome distraction for the Nelson City Council. But there is no sign yet that peace on the streets is imminent.
Scallop company boss calls recreational fishing spokesman's comments on commercial sector "crap".
A city bistro which opened just over a year ago is closed for now and up for sale.
I had Beulah's cooked peas for lunch, jazzed up via the Radiation Recipe Book and sandwiched between slices of Kut-Bread. I'd just Zogged the skirtings, having Gry-Moffed them first, so I cleaned myself up with Coal Tar. My work clothes will need Paddy the Wonder Washer, then a wring-out in the Ewbank table mangle.
We've said it before, but March is when the Silly Season for beer begins in New Zealand. We could go festival to festival around the country well into April.
A Golden Bay grandmother has written a memoir of her early childhood with her "exciting" artistic mother, who left her husband in Indonesia, taking her daughter to live in the Netherlands, during the Depression years.
The biggest problem for the guides showing a group of high-end German cruise ship passengers the Abel Tasman National Park was "prising them off the beach".
In what might be described as a beer lover's heaven, 12 home brewers will make beers simultaneously at Nelson's MarchFest.
The "dire" lack of live music for Nelson teenagers is about to be rectified by a new project.
Nelson's inner city is set to become a connected hotspot with the Nelson City Council agreeing to fund a free wi-fi zone.
City councillors are at odds over a proposed $500,000 cleanup of the Modeller's Pond in Tahunanui.
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