An historic church being is being restored to become a cafe.
The golden run of autumn weather has set a new sunshine record for April in the Nelson region.
A man was rescued from the Nelson Lakes National Park after activating his emergency locator beacon.
Nelson mountainbiker who "thought it might be the end" crawled for hours on a broken leg to get a cell signal.
The tale of a woman firing a BB gun at people in a Burger King car park almost made a judge laugh until he realised she has a child.
"I still to this day find it hard to look at priests," says woman abused for years.
St. Arnaud's Clinker Cafe is reopening with a twist - every dish on the menu will be made from scratch.
An cannabis oil explosion which blew through the roof of a Nelson sleepout left its occupant with serious burns.
The iconic Light Nelson festival will return to the city, bigger and brighter, this winter.
Dietitians, Red Cross drivers and hospital workers sample a selection of Meals on Wheels dishes ahead of a menu shakeup.
A new chair has been appointed to the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.
Nelson's proposed arterial road network remains a controversial and divisive issue across the region.
Robin from Adele Island have been transferred to Te Pukatea Bay in the Abel Tasman.
Rescue Helicopter Base Open Day attracts thousands to Nelson Airport.
Rising suicide statistics inspired a Nelson filmmaker give those living with mental illness a voice.
A mountainbiker was rescued by helicopter after he injured his leg while riding on the Black Diamond Ridge track.
A $35,000 growth fund is up for grabs for small-to-medium sized businesses from the top of the south.
NZ's most dangerous drug is often an invisible one. Why is meth testing on the rise?
Business happenings from around the region.
Big fishing companies have joined Maori in opposing in court the Government's plan to create a vast ocean sanctuary around the Kermadecs.
Paula Bennett warns Wicked Campers to remove sexual slogans or get the chequebook out.
Death Cafes allow patrons to discuss something that will happen to all of us in the end - dying.
Tall Poppy real estate is bringing van Dyk to Nelson to give locals and schools the chance to meet the legend.
For some Nelson children, simple things would be out of reach if it wasn't for the Salvation Army.
Health and safety regulations couldn't storm these walls, only time and tide will.
Nelson is already famous for its craft breweries. Could craft distilleries be the next big thing?
Nearly 350 first home buyers in the Nelson region have been helped in the first year of the government's HomeStart scheme.
Fears about farmer suicide risk after rise in substance abuse and domestic violence.
The benefits of sister city relationships is the focus of a conference held in Nelson over the next two days.
An accessible Kahurangi hut with an unusual design has had a serious makeover.