Funding for Nelson Marlborough DHB comes up short despite healthy Budget.
What do five of Golden Bay's newest leading professionals all have in common? A vision for change.
Nelson Provincial Museum is celebrating its 175th birthday on Thursday making it the oldest museum in New Zealand.
Nelson's Multicultural Council is struggling and the city council wants to help.
A major restructure has resulted in the loss of jobs at the district health board.
Houses around the region were judged for the Registered Master Builders House of the Year.
Gary Tobin has been a paramedic with the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter for 16 years now and he "wouldn't swap it for anything".
The sound of rotor blades spinning were a welcome relief for a Rarangi resident after she broke her arm in a remote Marlborough Sounds location.
The Nelson Marlborough Public Health Service says a second case of measles has been confirmed in Nelson.
Young thespians lined the couch of the hair salon, gumbooted feet dangling, as they waited to transform their head of hair from current day to the 1940s.
Court hears crash victim had minor injuries but also advanced cancer from asbestos expsosure.
Hygiene of vessels seen as vital in curbing the spread of a marine pest that has the potential to devastate New Zealand's aquaculture industry.
The Tasman Rugby Union has bowed to public and player pressure and reinstated an upgraded version of its original logo.
"Instead of counselling people in a classroom, he's doing it on a mountain bike."
A brutal storm on the mountains. Two trapped, badly under-prepared, tourists. What unfolded over the next seven hours was extraordinary.
Outsourcing staff and sending patients to other regions put strain on finances.
The owner-operators of the Riwaka Hotel have said goodbye leaving the business available for new tenants.
Accused of under-reporting catches, the seafood industry has come under fresh attack.
Woman's 10-year benefit fraud among the worst, lawyer says.
The Nelson Cadet Unit are looking for new members to bump up their numbers, and they're reaching out to the region's youth to give it a go.
Francesca Hills will enjoy a two-week residential science conference London International Youth Science Forum held at Imperial College London.
New light will be shone on local conservation efforts when a glow-in-the-dark installation is switched on.
Five retirement villages under development to accommodate growing elderly population.
Working with Nelson's sister cities is the key to building a business relationship with China, says Bill Findlater.
Routine maintenance work is proceeding on the Rocks Rd seawall.
Book lovers, it is time to keep the change from your morning coffees and get ready for the annual Founders Book Fair.
It's illegal in many parts of New Zealand, but is it dangerous? This council says it is.
Missing out on an education due to illness and misadventure is now being addressed in the most comfortable of environments.
Pedestrians are continually put in danger on Nelson roads due to poor parking habits.
The school had applied for the help of charitable trust KidsCan, who strive to provide food, clothing and basic needs in schools to enable disadvantaged New Zealand children to reach their potential.