Civil contractor awards, technology workshops and a business innovation weekend in this weeks business matters.
Cathy O'Malley has been appointed as the general manager strategy of primary and community at Nelson Marlborough Health.
Anti-gambling groups chalk up a win as plans for a TAB are withdrawn but say council should never have allowed it in the first place.
Uniquely Nelson have organised "moveable feasts" to showcase local cuisine to coincide with Light Nelson.
British people in NZ spoke of their shock, sadness and delight as Britain voted to leave the EU on Friday.
Woman flown to hospital from Golden Bay after horse fall.
Fluorescent corsets and a dress from shopping receipts were some of student creations on show at Garin College.
Methamphetamine, cannabis and drug utensils have been found by police in Nelson.
Some of New Zealand's best roller derby players will fight it out in Nelson on Saturday night, in a bout pitting age and experience against youth and vigour.
Equipped with what they had in a backpack only, a group of Nayland College pupils left the comforts of home on Saturday to raise funds for Syrian refugees.
Occupants of a two car crash are lucky to escape uninjured after a collision in Hope.
Nelson Tasman sport and recreation groups not entirely on board with proposed changes to Rabbit Island.
Statistics show the amount of money coming from tourists' pockets has increased over the past year.
Nelson-Tasman school choirs sang their hearts out in the hopes of national selection.
Nelsonians will join a nationwide series of simultaneous courthouse rallies protesting the death of Moko Rangitoheriri.
Tasman District councillors are set to be asked to write off a debt of more than $100,000 following the liquidation of a company that used to supply council rubbish bags.
Nelson businesses gathered to listen to esteemed speakers at the Aspire business conference.
A Tasman District councillor was horrified to hear that plants at Mapua Wharf had cost $150.
Facebook says Nelson jewellers' ad is "sexually suggestive". We can't see it, either.
A $6000 art heist or a misplaced masterpiece? Either way, Marilyn Andrews wants her painting back.
Staff numbers at Tasman District Council have jumped by more than 50 per cent in less than nine years.
The two would be thieves who tried to steal a giant inflatable gorilla from a Motueka gym have been caught.
Light Nelson has entries from all ages - the youngest being 13 and the oldest 84.
The replacement of government grants with rents subsidies has "severely curtailed" Nelson Tasman Housing Trust's building programme.
Quick thinking by Wakefield residents extinguished a kiln fire in Brightwater.
Make the most of tomorrow's fine weather.
Two Richmond business partners have had a kick start with the help of an 83-year-old mentor.
Nelson College will play on the hallowed turf of Rugby School as part of an international sevens tournament next year.
Nelson's Liam Squire and Ryan Chisnall are about to realise life-long dreams.
Homemade pies and a fresh lick of paint are attracting more customers to the Washington Valley Store.