Nelson's Fifeshire Foundation has recently acquired a new manager.
A Nelson tyre retailer says year-long WoFs will mean more unsafe cars on our roads.
The owner of Nelson winery Mahana Estate is being sued for $3.5m by two American casino executives.
Two Nelson teenagers took their fight against a volunteering ban to the Human Rights Commission.
Dropping river levels and lack of rain have triggered possible rural water restrictions in the next two weeks.
A walking lobby group is happy that shift in council policy could see cyclists banned from the Maitai walkway.
It's an age-old woe - how to fold an awkwardly-shaped fitted sheet. Do you know the secret?
Dips in retail and construction figures have lowered Nelson's economic rating compared to other New Zealand regions.
Witnesses' accounts of a deadly attack on a former Nelson man in Australia are challenged by defence lawyer.
Houses have been demolished in St Vincent St to make way for a new commercial building.
Nelson students are heading to Christchurch to test their vehicles in NZ's only electric motorsport event.
Nelson City Council has entered an agreement to buy a new hardstand for the Nelson marina.
The organisers of a Nelson-run dyslexia course will present information to Parliament about the needs of adults with the condition.
Mapua Leisure Park wants to buy the Tasman District Council-owned causeway that links the park to Toru St.
Nelson City Council has had its credit rating raised to the second highest level possible.
A new hail and ride bus route through Stoke will have the suburb better connected to the main bus routes by Christmas.
Indian father deceived into mortgaging land to pay for son's non-existent visa to New Zealand.
Rabbit Island is not for sale, says mayor.
The rapid decline of insects in a Nelson stream is being approached like an "unsolved murder".
A new survey hopes to gauge the level of public support for the proposed Lee Valley dam.
An old ferry that has capsized in Fiji was once a frequent caller at Port Nelson and Picton.
After a year of planning and 20 weeks of hard work, Nelson's House for Hospice is complete.
A female motorcyclist suffered injuries after losing control of her bike.
The Nelson Marlborough DHB is developing a policy on using cameras in hospitals to protect patient and staff privacy.
Nelson's gallery collaborative Art by Night is returning for its second year in time for summer.
The Mapua Leisure Park and a Jackett Island luxury home are on the market.
New Kiwi Regional Airlines' route to Tauranga or Napier imminent.
Exploitation of foreign workers is not acceptable, the Labour Inspectorate says after a Richmond restaurant company was ordered to pay $92,000.
Melrose House is gearing up for Christmas with a number of seasonal-themed events.
The seven members of the Cen Hrang family came to New Zealand because they wanted to have a better life.