Clippers out at Motueka High School for a good cause.
Tasman council boss says councillors have broader obligations to consider in Waimea dam decision.
The brave, the calm and the masochists lined up for a chilli eating contest.
High air fares and a lack of options has one Blenheim company looking to recruit in Nelson.
A five-unit special housing area will soon be developed on Nelson's Trafalgar St.
Police continue search for a number of persons of interest.
For more than a decade, Penny Molnar has been the face of health at the Victory Community Centre.
Nelson City Council has put out a call for a cafe operator for the Stoke Community and Sports Centre.
Angry resident vaults desks and refuses to leave during heated debate over Nelson protester.
While there probably won't be any West Indian fast bowlers in the audience, John Wright is still nervous about taking guard for his Motueka music debut.
After long and heated debate, the Nelson City Council has approved four new special housing areas.
Two people have been injured in a crash at the Appleby Highway intersection.
Nelson's economy might be strong and unemployment is low. But Labour leader Andrew Little says all is not as it seems.
Every packet of Girl Guide biscuits sold in Nelson helps a young girl learn how to live with confidence.
MPI wants to relocate up to six salmon farms in the Sounds - here's a run down of what you need to know.
People from as far away as the Dominican Republic are interested in a job going at Alberta's Cafe.
Local students breathed life back into gravestones with some kindness and elbow grease as part of a school theme.
Sausages and pizza were on the menu at homes around Nelson as part of Neighbours Day.
The untold story of Mynx the kea whose home and unhatched chicks were destroyed by the Kaikoura earthquake.
Farmers Nelson supported Shave for a Cure with a buzz cut from a Giant.
So many people are walking the length of the country that DOC may soon charge trampers.
New classrooms for new classes at Stoke School as new entrants ease into academic life.
The Fairfax publication will only print three days a week as more content goes online.
Nelson boy, 14, went missing more than 24 hours ago.
Nelson man Dylan Sutton, 24, was a passenger in a car that left the highway and ended up in a vineyard.
It's a great job in a beautiful, bustling community. Six months on, it's still available.
Police are looking for a person who allegedly slashed a campervan's tyres in a road rage incident in Nelson.
Tourists escape after vehicle plunges seven metres from road.
The controversial Maitai walkway mountainbike ban raises eyebrows.
Two men have admitted stealing tourists' backpacks containing electronic items and much-needed heart medication.