2:05 PM Big crowds expected at next week's Midsummer Christmas Market in Morrison Square.
69-year-old Charles Beaumont Powell died in truck crash near Springs Junction.
2:09 PM Pregnant woman's close call comes as timely reminder to check alarm systems.
2:02 PM Wet November sees greener pastures impact cattle sales in the Nelson region.
After a plea for help to save the Mayor's Christmas Dinner, the event is going ahead.
Nelson MP Nick Smith "surprised" by John Key's resignation", rules out leadership bid.
1 min ago Lewis Stanton refuses to plead to assault charge stemming from an alleged punch at violent protest.
After a plea for volunteers to help save the Mayor's Christmas Dinner, the event is going ahead.
Blackjacks start well in Christchurch.
Strong efforts from Tasman athletes at the weekend's New Zealand secondary schools athletics championships.
Tasman Bay produced ideal ocean surf ski racing conditions for Sunday's 2016 KayakHQ Queen and King of the Bay.
The annual Jingle Bells Jog and Santa Walk will be held on Sunday.
Nelson College have fallen just short of an epic win on day one of the First X1 Cup cricket tournament.
OPINION: Two businesses working together to make great wine and share skills and resources makes sense.
Elizabeth Bean pays a visit to Canaan Downs and finds a striking landscape, great mountainbiking and the ideal cafe.
OPINION: We were there for something special: Tchaikovsky! a ballet story of friendship created by brilliant Louise Hawke.
OPINION: How often do you get a chance to see the premiere of an original stage production?
A sensitive and touching look at the nature of modern relationships is explored in Dinner with Friends, a play opening at the Suter Theatre next Wednesday evening.
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.
It's just as well the New Zealand Qualifications Authority is calling on independent experts to examine its exam setting processes.
OPINION: How wonderful if a regional pest management strategy could find a way to tackle Nelson's ant invasion.
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.
Young mum wins accolade after completing two NCEA levels in one year.
Nelson Mail photographer Martin de Ruyter has bagged his third runner-up prize in the Australian Aviation Press Club awards.
Elves will be spreading festive cheer around the Nelson CBD in the lead up to Christmas.
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.