Kitset plane not child's play

Two-year build a lesson in persistence

It's like a complex lego build on steroids, but with much higher stakes.

President fights ousting

Dumped Nelson Grey Power president Neville Male is adamant a special general meeting tomorrow night will go ahead.

Man fined over dog tracking devices

Another Nelson man has been fined for using illegal dog tracking equipment.

Police investigate sudden death

Police are launching an investigation into the sudden death of a Hollywood cameraman in Auckland.

Science students learn on the job

While many people are taking trips to the beach, a trio of young people have spent their summer learning more about science.

Thief steals Deanna donations

When 6-year-old Deanna Marsden's battle with cancer touched Lisa Buchanan she decided to do something.

On the trail of a missing war trophy

They know where it came from, who made it and why it was disposed of - but not where a WWI field gun ended up.

Dog attacks frustrate

Dog attacks have left a farmer wanting to remove his stock from Nelson's Grampians Reserve.

Longest water slide on track

Nearly $10,000 raised so far

The end is in sight for the makers of the world's longest water slide.

Water use cut back again

Water restrictions are back in the Tasman District, with more to come.

Man denies gun charges

The man who allegedly fired a gun through a front window of a Motueka house has pleaded not guilty and elected trial by jury.

Refusal to move draws crowd

Nelson vagrant ignored official requests to move his horse and cart from Trafalgar St.

Escapee on the run for a month

A man who escaped from police custody during an attempted arrest has been on the run for a month.

Man admits punching teen

A 27-year-old Blenheim man has admitted punching a 15-year-old boy in the head because he was annoying him.

Japanese giants stop off for some recreation time

The giant Japanese car and MDF carrier Trans Future 6 left Port Nelson today after an extended stay.

Pair devastated to be going

The cold reality of New Zealand's immigration law will hit two business migrants next week when they must leave the country.

'Customised' funerals coming to city

A new funeral home is set to open next month in Nelson's Haven Rd.

No bail for man in gun drama

A Motueka man who sparked an 11-day hunt after allegedly pointing a gun at people has been denied bail.

Hundreds farewell 'Jack's Anne'

Community stalwart remembered

Anne Inglis may have been best known in Motueka as councillor Jack Inglis' wife but she was so much more than "Jack's Anne".

Burnout crash probed

A woman who lost control of her car and crashed down a bank after allegedly trying to do a burnout at a busy picnic spot is likely to face charges, police say.

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