Nelson's cruise ship total will dip this summer, but that's only temporary, says a tourism leader.
Following an excellent start to the trout fishing season, anglers are being advised to take advantage of the good fishing conditions over the next couple of months.
The public will get a glimpse into the world of Nelson police at the annual open day this weekend.
A man who allegedly attacked another man with a knife has been charged following the search of a Richmond house.
A labour of love completed by a teenage boy to honour his father was unveiled on a Nelson hilltop on Sunday.
The Nelson Provincial Museum and the Suter Art Gallery has enjoyed a successful opening of the exhibition 'Rembrandt Remastered'.
Sealord trawler Ocean Dawn is festooned with scaffolding at Port Nelson.
The Nelson City Council has abandoned its legal battle to force homeless man Lewis Stanton to comply with its parking bylaws.
Nelson's trees will get a spruce up this week ahead of summer.
Out-of-town house hunters are keeping the Nelson region's property market busy.
The Exhibition Manager from Auckland's MOTAT, Lucinda Blackley-Jimson, has been appointed as the new CEO of the Nelson Provincial Museum.
A Richmond house has been damaged after a burning pot caused a fire in the kitchen on Monday.
Cynthia Lorrian's last act for the Nelson Arts Festival is to transform Founders Heritage Park into a jungle.
Changes to blue cod fishing rules are "a real blow" to commercial fishers
Nelson man will be sentenced next month for supplying methamphetamine to a 19-year-old German backpacker.
A stark tribute to unique birdlife now stands in Tasman, welcoming people back into an area once commonly frequented by traffic.
Massive investment in infrastructure by dairy farmers will pay dividends for waterways, says Barbara Stuart.
They are known the region over to cook up some good grub, but two Nelson chefs are hoping for national recognition at a nation-wide competition.
Nelson couple with four dogs feel "depressed, hurt and hopeless" after more than two dozen landlords reject their tenancy applications.
A young Nelson apprentice has topped the country in a show-down involving drills, screws and a quirky childrens playhouse.
With three new lawyers admitted to the bar in Nelson, the diversity of the profession has grown.
Dropping the "slot rule" for blue cod has been welcomed, but cutting the bag limit for Tasman and Golden bays has not.
New airlines in Nelson are proving popular for travellers bound for smaller centres across New Zealand.
A man was flown to hospital after crashing into a power pole near Rai Valley.
A rare weather phenomenon is set to scorch Nelson this spring and summer, with drought and scrub fires likely.
The Red Peak flag turned up on a cake and in a 700-balloon creation in Nelson on Saturday.
Proposed changes in planning rules could mean more houses on smaller sections in central Richmond.
A prison van leaving Blenheim had to turn back after a prisoner caused damage to the van.
For the O'Connor sisters, politics runs in the blood, as does the need to speak up in the face of adversity.
Thirteen-year-old Jacob Harris is set to take the field for the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup quarterfinal.