Paul Bennett called over the radio saying the fishermen were getting on the FV Jubilee's liferaft. None made it.
Marlborough's rural fire boss Richard McNamara has landed one of the top jobs in the new amalgamated fire service.
Family and friends are mourning for Bevan Moody, who has died after collapsing in a club rugby match.
Baker Ann MacGuire thought a car had crashed outside the store. Then three robbers charged through the broken door.
It was all in a day's work for Nelson City Councillors and staff as deliberations for the 2017/2018 annual plan were completed on Tuesday.
TDC explores ways to speed up the $11 million main street upgrade.
A trio of Nelson businesses have been targeted by criminals.
Freedom camp or shanty town? The squalor surrounding Golden Bay's "River Tribe" begs the question.
Living Wage supporters say they're disappointed at the outcome of Nelson City Council's deliberations on their public submission.
A "shy" Nelson teen has been given a promising future in hospitality.
Andrea Kepes was shocked when she was diagnosed with breast cancer and she put pen to paper.
Victory School pupils find 1000 pictures are worth 10,000 words.
Nelsonians concerned of human rights abuse formed local group.
About 30 young musicians are pooling their talents for a series of concerts in Nelson and Tasman.
Two young farmers taking the lead in the community hope to bring a fresh approach to farming and engage in challenging environmental conversations.
A Nelson yoga class was left barefoot after a thief stole shoes from a locker area.
Nelson's Brook Waimarama Sanctuary has had an increase in funding approved under the council's annual plan.
This dinky Nelson home was transformed from party place to artists' abode and the result is an eclectic dream.
A freedom camping bylaw will come at a cost, $100k a year.
Three men smashed their way into the Mapua Village Bakery and threatened a worker.
Nelson is NZ's fastest growing regional airport and will soon have a new $32m terminal - but zero public transport links.
Ben Palmer was up at the crack of dawn to take a cracker shot of the sunrise.
Forestry companies are looking at ways to curb the spread of wilding conifers on conservation land.
New Education Minister heads back to school as she studies Salisbury case.
Radio show gets caught with their pants down on Tahunanui Beach.
Securing a roof over her head helped one Nelson mum turn her life around.
A police dog is on the hunt for two people who attempted to rob a store in Lower Moutere.
Annual Rainbow Snow Gear Sale sees hundreds buying new and used equipment.
Three people were arrested after shooting deer near residential homes in Stoke.
Truck jack-knifed into side of bridge will force cars driving Christchurch to Picton route to cross changeable river.