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Tom Davidsen

Trophy dedicated to 'total dude'

Winemakers at Waimea Estates are dedicating the Trophy for Champion Riesling to their cellarhand Tom Davidsen, who died following a motorbike crash.

Waimea Rd reseal causes tailbacks

Resealing Waimea Rd is causing traffic delays which hopefully will be the last for a long time.

Burglars target fire station

Firefighters angry that fundraising money will have to be used to upgrade security after a burglary.

Cycling law bid worries truckies

A proposed law change that could see drivers fined hundreds of dollars for not giving cyclists up to 1.5 metres of space when overtaking has truck drivers worried.

Regional airfares cheaper - Air NZ

Air New Zealand has defended regional airfares, saying a review shows that prices are significantly lower than five years ago.

Many calls about 'odd job' man

Police inundated with calls about an 'odd job' man arrested for alleged indecency.

'Oddjob' man worries police

Man knocking on doors offering to do "odd jobs" arrested for performing an indecent act.

Dam cost soars to $70m

Arrest follows 'malicious' attack

New name for revamped nature park

parking Golden Bay's nature park and bush cafe Bencarri Farm has undergone a winter overhaul, including its name, which has changed to Wild Earth.

Eviction threat angers residents

Controversial policy change could have seen three-quarters of Marchwood Park residents evicted.

Totaranui renews booking system

Cow cruelty ruling to be appealed

Winter competition goes beyond racing

The Maitahi Outrigger Canoe Club headed home with a handsome new trophy after the final event in the Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka Winter Waka Challenge in Golden Bay on Sunday.

Stoked with Stoke

Isel House Now that we go to Stoke several times a week, I know that it has a rich heritage, excellent recreation facilities, and good food and drink.

Signs annoy Stoke man

Jim Palmer is the meat in a Labour sandwich and he's not happy about it.

Jolly red bus rolls into town

Stoke meeting attracts feisty turnout

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.

King tides eat away at beach

 Culinary Challenge A review of erosion at the Tahunanui Back Beach is to be carried out after high tides swamped the coastline this week.

RSA hopes to stay at Suburban

Nelson Returned and Services Association members are keen to stay with the cash-strapped Suburban Club if a deal can be worked out, association president Barry Pont said today.

New health hub for Tahunanui

House's future queried

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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