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 Earth Sea waitress Charlotte Autret

Eatery makes world of difference

After a change in pace and taste, restaurateur Arko Biswas is switching from Italian food to a varied international flavour.

Beacon saves day for fisherman

Crab fisherman Brian Inns spent an hour treading water in the sea off Motueka after his boat capsized.

Blitz on unpaid fines pays off

A blitz on Nelson offenders owing fines and reparation has prompted them to pay up.

Casual drinking off menu on Easter Sunday

Casual drinking at cafes and restaurants tomorrow and Easter Sunday is out.

Remembering together for Poppy Day

Husband and wife team Mal and Fran Sears were this morning among Nelson RSA members in Trafalgar St selling poppies for the annual RSA appeal.

Recycle shop role praised

The TDC'S proposal to close the Richmond Revive Reuse Shop is short-sighted, says the Nelson Environment Centre general manager.

Leave it to us, say police

A set of stocks with a warning sign in Sundial Square has prompted police to warn against vigilantism.

Crime goes through the roof

Flash proposal gets a 'yes'

Love transcends language barrier

Enkhnasan Chuluunbaatar Love bloomed in a Mongolian desert for a Golden Bay woman. Now she and her husband are creating a new life in New Zealand.

Art aids IT in school

Art lovers can buy pieces from some of Golden Bay's most well known artists and support Golden Bay High School at the upcoming Easter Art Auction.

TDC probes overcrowding claims

Motueka water scheme advances

Farm park with a mission

When the animals at Bencarri Farm don't feel like coming to work, they stay home on the hills of the Golden Bay property.

Secret highway fears

Rachel Reeseā€™s office Group claims secret agenda to build motorway extension is behind proposal to close Brook Camp.

Trust seeks to plug gap

Te Korowai Trust is considering expanding its services into the Orchard St area of Stoke.

Fish dumper 'lazy, dirty'

Stoke development in spotlight

Saxton ready for shows

Saxton Stadium, more used to netball than art, will also host cats, gardens and blokes this year as it takes over as Nelson's premier event venue.

Animal matters

Gary McManaway and Tony Fyfe American zoologist and new Natureland co-owner has realised her dream of running an animal sanctuary, writes Tracy Neal.

Theatre boost on council agenda

The Theatre Royal and the Modellers' Pond are big winners in Nelson's draft annual plan.

Tahuna: Our big sandy beach

Big crowd puts fun in fundraiser

Model trains voted top family fun

A family fun evening will be held to celebrate the model train at Tahunanui being voted most family friendly activity in Nelson.

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