Former prime minister calls on the city council to with withdraw a draft bylaw that would require a permit to protest.
A person has died and another is seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash near Motueka.
A Facebook post with glaring inaccuracies about a council decision has been doing the rounds on Nelson social media pages.
Converting residential Motueka homes to house RSE orchard workers does not help the town's tight housing market. But the region's horticulture industry needs the staff.
New owners, new location, but an outgoing Nelson retailer says the time is right to roll out the door.
Marie Palzer loves adventures and is passionate about empowering others to pursue their dreams.
Thomas Lay is worried. A Nelson backpackers - his home of seven years - has been forced to sell up.
Unwelcome winter weather is an inconvenience in the completion of the Saxton Velodrome, but a downpour of money would be much appreciated.
The science and ethics of using poison to protect native wildlife in Nelson's Brook Waimarama Sanctuary.
Boyd Warren felt cold and dazed. It was a day on Mount Owen that he would never forget.
Three men who shot at deer from a car in a residential area could face hefty charges.
"A great deal of anti-1080 sentiment isn't about 1080," says author.
Toned, tanned and ripped, one Nelson woman proves the fairer sex can multi-task.
Ned's Creek is being widened, deepened and cleared out.
TDC adds long-awaited Motueka Library feasibility study to next year's work plan.
The chief executive of the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology has resigned after 11 years in the role.
A three car accident on Waimea Road resulted in a woman being cut from her car.
A Nelson City Council committee is backing a trial for smokefree outdoor dining in Nelson city.
Low income households in Motueka and Mapua are among the big winners from yesterday's Budget.
A young boy with cerebral palsy has the whole community behind him as he gets a new set of wheels.
Three winning second division Lotto tickets were sold at the Richmond Night & Day store.
Tasman District Council's capital expenditure has a forecast underspend of $22.3 million for 2016-17.
A Nelson mother has been granted home detention after she menaced a Christchurch drug dealer who sold rock salt instead of crystal meth.
The last call to come from fishing trawler FV Jubilee came from its skipper. We're getting off, he said. None of the men made it.
Marlborough's rural fire boss Richard McNamara has landed one of the top jobs in the new amalgamated fire service.
Family and friends are mourning for Bevan Moody, who has died after collapsing in a club rugby match.
Baker Ann MacGuire thought a car had crashed outside the store. Then three robbers charged through the broken door.
It was all in a day's work for Nelson City Councillors and staff as deliberations for the 2017/2018 annual plan were completed on Tuesday.
TDC explores ways to speed up the $11 million main street upgrade.
A trio of Nelson businesses have been targeted by criminals.