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Hilary Palmer

Legal careers take off at home

Surrounded by family and friends, two Nelson women have been admitted to the bar.

Nelson student shines on debut

A Nelson student has been carving up the catwalk at New Zealand Fashion Week in Auckland.

Candidates speak on healthy homes, tax

Nelson's political candidates went head to head over healthy homes in an election candidates' forum at the Trafalgar Park Pavilion yesterday.

Airports call for cheaper flight fares

A strong call for action over high regional air fares has come from New Zealand airport operators.

Jolly red bus rolls into town

Labour's big red bus rolled through the streets of Stoke yesterday morning, emblazoned with supporters' signatures from around the country.

Mum sees school is quake ready

Leighton Muir "We're ready. Are you?" In the event of a natural disaster, this is the challenge a Richmond mother is posing to Nelson schools.

Man charged after glass throwing

Man on reckless wounding charge after thrown glass leaves woman with eye injuries.

Teen hit by truck in stable condition

Water supply to allow build

New marina would generate $1.5m

A new 100-berth marina at Port Motueka could generate at least $1.5 million annually.

Outdoors were his great love

Tears flowed as close friends of Golden Bay's Ari Kingan came to grips with losing a loyal, athletically gifted young man.

Candidates agree children come first

Huge haul of rubbish from sea

Homeowner holds back blaze

A quick-thinking homeowner took matters into own hands to prevent his house from burning down yesterday.

Stoke meeting attracts feisty turnout

Round two of public meetings on the future of Stoke attracted a smaller, but more "feisty" crowd.

Stoke's focus on community centre

Lengthy consultation process on Stoke's future reveals multi-use community centre high on public's wishlist.

Stoke residents have long wishlist

Peak traffic pile-up

Saxton ready for shows

Saxton Stadium, more used to netball than art, will also host cats, gardens and blokes this year as it takes over as Nelson's premier event venue.

New health hub for Tahunanui

Jo Edwards The Tahunanui Community Centre will expand its services with a new health hub.

House's future queried

An end use for a renovated Child Youth and Family home in Tahunanui has not been decided.

Members won't let Sub Club go under

Club's future in balance

Model trains voted top family fun

A family fun evening will be held to celebrate the model train at Tahunanui being voted most family friendly activity in Nelson.

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