Charging more to dump rubbish and close roads for events hasn't impressed Nelson councillor Ian Barker.
Two Nelson bands have been highly commended in the 2015 Smokefreerockquest national competition.
Motueka pharmacist Chris Budgen was awarded the 2015 Topgallant Award by the Spirit of Adventure Trust at its AGM in Auckland last night . The award makes Budgen and his wife Sheila Budgen, who won the award in 2007, the only couple to have been so honoured.
The Motueka Recreation Centre has been transformed with 1600 square metres of carpet and the installation of 90 dartboards ahead of New Zealand Darts Council Championships this weekend.
A new denistry practice with a focus on affordability and comfort is about to open in Nelson.
Little Gabrielle Stephens has had the bone marrow transfusion from her older brother that she has been waiting eight long months for.
Butchery burglar pleads to judge for mercy before being sentenced to imprisonment.
Scott Wallis broke his leg at sea and the skipper put out a mayday call. Then the vessel started sinking.
Throw away your rates bill, the Nelson City Council tells residents.
Though many Nelsonians may not know of its existence, we have our very own White House right here in Nelson.
A fishing trip took a dramatic turn when a leak and a broken leg resulted in a mayday call.
Police to "flag" Nelson's Wakatu Estate intersection as high risk after another injury crash.
Four men have pleaded not guilty to allegations of $30 million in gaming fraud.
The city came alive last night as thousands of Nelsonians flocked to Morrison Square for a masquerade market.
New flashing speed signs outside Appleby School are a hopeful hint on changes to come, principal says.
40 per cent of jobs will go and half NZ universities will close in five years, seafood industry leader says.
Frustrated residents unable to use woodburners aired their concerns at a public meeting.
Hard to detect water leaks have cost a Nelson man $1400 but city council won't give him a credit on his bill.
Two women, who allegedly went on a month long crime spree, were eventually arrested after a police pursuit, court hears.
An injured man was airlifted off a charter boat that had been taking on water in the Marlborough Sounds.
Kiwi comedy horror film Deathgasm has a Nelson connection and is set to make its New Zealand debut.
A Richmond teenager is dreaming of life as a diplomat, and hopes a stint at the Hague with the Model UN will get her there.
Two women charged with burglary after they fled from a crashed car that was being chased by police in Nelson.
Nelson service Life Linc has taken on couples counselling after the demise of Relationships Aotearoa.
Instead of the usual chocolate bars, Hampden St school pupils are selling toothbrushes to raise funds.
A revolutionary new coffee cup made in Motueka has won two major awards in as many months.
Winter in Nelson is not usually seen as warm, but it feels like summer for nearly 100 new exchange students.
The owner of a forestry block where a man was crushed to death alleges the consultants he hired to clear his trees put pressure on the man to complete the work in an "impossible" time frame.