Mount guilty of $510,000 fraud

Nelson man told prison 'almost inevitable'

Nelson man Tony Mount has been found guilty of fraud and has been told to expect prison.
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Water leak bill 'insane'

Birchwood School must fork out almost $8000 for a water leak bill that Nelson City Council has refused to waive.

Nelson hatches sitcom plan

A group of Nelson film makers are kickstarting the Nelson television industry by creating their very own sitcom pilot.

Wife admits husband hit

Man found dead and wrapped in plastic in Bali was trying to extract himself from his marriage.

Daily grind idea wins prize

Step away from the bin with those leftover coffee grinds and instead give your skin a boost.

Shop window a work of art

Global Culture has scooped the top prize in Nelson's Art in Windows 2014 with a woven installation by artist Margaret Johnston.

AOS test puts college in lock down

aos A simulated school shooting played out at Nelson College yesterday as a training exercise for the armed offenders squad.

Plans for Warriors match scuttled

Plans to hold a pre-season Warriors match at Trafalgar Park have fallen at the final hurdle.

US visit enthuses pair

Backpack mystery solved

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Raise a glass to this one

Beer and history collide at a new museum that celebrates 170 years of brewing and hop growing in Nelson.

Marshall law imposed for final

tom marshall Tom Marshall owes his big brother one.

Martial art for the mind turns 40

Nelson Seido Karate dojo is marking its 40th anniversary this month.

Brothers in arms for match

Makos eye fairytale ending

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Falcons face losing teen aces

The Nelson Marlborough Falcons could be without Solomon Islands stars Atkin Kaua and Kevin Obed for the final five games of the season.

Bringing art to the people

Neville Parker Debbie Daniel-Smith has been showcasing artists' work by taking guided art walks around some of the city's murals, art in windows and outdoor street art.

Odyssey comes home to NZ

Homer's Odyssey has ended up in Nelson.

Weird beard makes magical music

Trust's downfall a shame

Neville Parker

Moutere artists shine

This weekend, artisans of the Moutere will show off the best of their region, combining art, wine and cuisine.

Food hype is hard to digest

Karl du Fresne finds the growing faddism around food, wine and now craft beer leaves a sour taste.

Chopper needs our support

It's a touch ironic that the very service that provides a lifesaving service needs some rescuing itself.

No room for Kiwi complacency

Hard Labour ahead

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Power play and shades of grey

Leading a group united largely by age, and therefore of widely disparate views, will always have its challenges.

Fins up as fans relish victory

Makos hammerheads The Nelson Mail went behind the scenes at the biggest match in the Tasman Makos' history to report on the night from three different perspectives.

Nelson duo up for awards

Nelson duo Broods have received three nominations in the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.

Fa'avae's heart set on big finish

Izzy wants to be some body

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Nayland mates in the States

Alex Ridsdale and Cory Brown were team-mates at Nayland College. Now, four years later and more than 13,000 kilometres away they're teaming up again at a university in Cincinnati. Phillip Rollo reports.

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