In what might be described as a beer lover's heaven, 12 home brewers will make beers simultaneously at Nelson's MarchFest.
New project aims to revive live music in region
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.
Curtain finally falls on iconic arts venue
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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
Angry residents at city campground are vowing to fight the bombshell announcement that the city council is likely to shut it down, forcing them out.
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Nelson writer Janet Hart puts in some quality time at the Elma Turner Library.
The Winery Tour featuring The Exponents and Stan Walker drew a crowd of about 800 to Neudorf Vineyard last night.
Journeyman barista sets up shop in Stoke
Barista Derek Henry, formerly of Lambrettas, Zumo and Red Gallery, has taken over a cafe and bar in what he describes as "up and coming" Stoke.
Nelson's Maitai River is set to get a $400,000 injection to improve water quality.
This year's Tea by the Sea, Clifton Terrace School's popular fundraiser, has an added attraction of a special appearance by Samba de Sol.
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After almost four years on the road and many weeks in a smoke-filled studio in Paris, Flip Grater arrives in Nelson this week for two concerts.
Plans for a $50 million lifestyle village in Richmond have been approved by the TDC.
Bog standard Buxton block brightened up
The community spirit of those who helped transform the grotty Buxton Square toilet block has been officially recognised.
Nelson's rebel Boulder Bank's boatbuilder seems to have got away with thumbing his nose at officialdom - at least temporarily.
Central city businesses say the recent spike in parking tickets in Nelson is "vicious" and bad for business.
After declaring bankruptcy three years ago, former Phat Club owner Dave White is back in business.
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Nelson's little slice of paradise is called Cable Bay, s the perfect place for coffee and cake at the café and a gentle stroll along the beach.
Seventeen-year-old Connagh Boeyen got to see his winning design made real when a sculpture he dreamed up for Port Nelson was unveiled.
A 60-year-old dream has been fulfilled by cavers making it all the way through New Zealand's deepest and longest cave system.