Sale of Golden Bay Holiday Park and private beach extended until end of January.
Nelson teen struggling to work out reasons behind unprovoked blade assault.
9 min ago Truck driver Shayne Ranson calls the detour State Highway 1 route the "white knuckle highway".
Nelson woman appalled by the amount of plastic rubbish found on walk back from beach.
Motueka Community Board by-election may cost $30,000, with no funding for it in budget.
Minister urged to end uncertainty and make a call on future of Salisbury School.
Parents urge Education Minister to end uncertainty and make a call on future of Salisbury School.
Motueka Community Board by-election could cost up to $30,000, with no funding for it in TDC budget.
The Blackjacks will get a shot at three gold medals at World Bowls.
Scott Robertson won titles with the Crusaders as a player, now he's aiming to repeat the success as a coach.
Nelson College lose to champion Christchurch BHS team at First XI Cup tournament.
Tasman United will face a Team Wellington side in goal-scoring form.
Time for a double round - Longo.
Organ recital by Kemp English in Motueka on Saturday night
Seventies band Dr. Hook is coming to Nelson next year.
Chroma Chamber Choir alto, Patsy Anderson who has been singing chamber music "forever", is currently rehearsing for the Christmas Concert on December 17.
Kaikoura artist and earthquake survivor, Jane Riley has given her art work to those who helped so many in need.
Wonderfully directed by AJ Potter, this two act play is realistic, funny, and sensitive.
For the women involved, and their families, it would be beyond price.
It is no secret that as Christmas approaches our eyes are often bigger than our stomachs.
Good intentions are not enough for disaster preparedness planning.
Bob Irvine takes a sneak peak at a new season of unreality TV.
EDITORIAL:Spanning the country from Cape Reinga to Bluff, State Highway 1 is New Zealand's most significant road.
Harcourts and Shine band together to make money for Kaikoura for Christmas.
Former Page & Blackmore workers launch new small, space for Nelson book lovers
Mountain biker Zoe Nathan was stretching on the floor when her mother first noticed the lump.
Animals came off the farm and into the ring and even Santa made an appearance at the 81st annual Motueka A&P show day.
Nelson College for Girls film-maker Liliana Manetto-Quick explores the complicated relationship she has with her brother and sisters.
Motueka High School suffered a tight semifinal loss to Hamilton Girls High School at the Condor Sevens secondary schools tournament.
Robbie Malneek played more than 100 games for the Tasman Makos. But now the experienced fullback is carving out a career in the United States.
Risi Pouri-Lane is hoping to someday play for the New Zealand women's sevens team.
Martyn Vercoe's managerial career took a big step forward last week when he was confirmed as manager of the New Zealand under-20 rugby team to contest the 2017 World Rugby Championship.
Tasman beat Otago 12-5 to take of bragging rights of South Island sevens.
REVIEW: Nelson Youth Theatre brings fun and a feel-good factor to their production of the classic musical.
Pinatas were smashed, faces were painted and food was enjoyed by many at annual Day of the Dead celebrations.
Artisans in the Upper Moutere opened their doors for the public at their annual open day.
Moa, taniwha and a couple of Haast eagles came back to life along the main streets of Nelson.
REVIEW: Sitting as strangers in our own land, facing the far end of the whare, we bear witness to a man who is experiencing 'other-ness' in his own way.
Cheap Fakes is a professional band with tonnes of fun songs to dance to.