'Mr P' the cat had been missing for nine months. An incomplete neutering might explain why.
A man on trial for allegedly attacking the winners of the Wakefield Hotel pig hunting competition says he's guilty of getting in a pub fight, but not of intentionally hurting anyone.
Nelson Marlborough District Health Board ended the financial year with a surplus, but behind budget.
Lower Moutere man Alan Chambers watched his family home go up in smoke, but it wasn't by accident.
A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for the Nelson, Buller and Westland regions.
Legal opinion says shutting Salisbury School and making its contemporary co-ed puts special needs students at risk of discrimination and abuse.
Hope residents are still waiting for speed limits to be lowered at a "dangerous" Hope intersection.
Police harnessed a different kind of adrenaline hit to celebrate 75 years of women in policing.
Andrew Little believes the housing crisis is a handicap on New Zealand's future.
The governance group tasked with driving flu vaccination rates across the Top of the South has struggled to convince its own members to take up the free jab.
Nominations have opened for candidates seeking a place on the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board.
A Marlborough church sold because of a dwindling parish may become a tearoom for travellers.
He gave his life savings for a shot at international success. Now he's reeling in a big catch.
Principal concerned school choice is becoming more limited but has no other option.
Network Tasman consumers are set to share in $8.3 million of discounts on their August power bills.
A Golden Bay container cafe has taken out the best boutique pie at Supreme Pie Awards in Auckland.
The NMDHB will not discuss water fluoridation despite some members of the public raising concerns.
Perilous icy conditions have resulted in two separate crashes off State Highway 6.
The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board has approved a $1.25 million cardiology suite for Nelson Hospital.
Tasman District Council has made "significant operational savings" and spent less on emergency works and cleanups, a new report shows,
Tasman District Council has come out firing over proposed law changes it says threaten to compromise local democracy.
A champion pig hunter says he was doing up his fly at a pub toilet urinal when a jealous rival blindsided him.
Scouts have a lot of sausages to sizzle if they want to make it to their national jamboree this year.
Damages to the Rocks Rd path after recent storms gashed holes at least half a metre deep in spots.
Only the bare bones of Nelson's iconic Trathen's building remain.
A man who offered to plead guilty to a baby's manslaughter later walked away, acquitted of murder.
Richmond man who assaulted partner while she was under protection order warned not to reoffend.
Patient called up to ask about the delay in their treatment - and found out they were off the wait list as hospital thought they were dead.
An increase in the number of hapless trampers running into trouble has prompted new signs at Nelson Lakes.
A sewage spill the size of two Olympic pools has discharged into Haven area.