Witness sought over historic NYE incident
A man who may have witnessed an alleged sexual assault during a New Year's Eve celebration nearly 20 years ago has been identified.
A Marlborough man facing multiple charges of rape provided young girls with a place to stay when they were in trouble, a court has heard.
Low pollution levels mean new woodburners could be installed in parts of Nelson.
The Waimea Plains are bearing the brunt of the current dry weather with rainfall at the fourth-lowest level in 30 years.
Motueka joins Richmond and Takaka submitters in opposition to Waimea Dam proposals.
Council considers limit on multiple moggies
Nelson cat owners get their claws out in response to a proposed limit on three felines per household.
Troy Minto's mother vows to continue fight for justice after trio involved in son's death walked free.
The mother of a baby found floating facedown in a swimming pool says her son was lifeless and blue in her arms.
A musician from the Ukulele group Plinkers was injured when she fell three metres into a cellar as she was leaving a Nelson restaurant.
Three Iron Duke Sea Scout Group members have been rewarded with chief scout awards.
Creating a level playing field for the country's schools is a worthwhile aim that is difficult to achieve.
A korowai (cloak) has signalled the end of an era for one principal, and a new start for the other.
A secret recipe and local products are the ingredients for the expansion of a gelato business.
Police investigating reports of dog seen in area where man was heard yelling "I'm lost" last week.
Further three teenagers tell High Court in Nelson they were indecently assaulted by a 66-year-old man.
The remaining three men convicted for roles in the killing of Nelson man Troy Minto see their convictions quashed.
In just 18 months, Nelson's cyclists will be on their bikes at a $1.6 million purpose built velodrome at Saxton Field.
A lucky Wakefield couple are just one wheel spin away from winning a million dollars.
A third of schools in the Nelson Tasman region have lost funding in a decile rating review.
Tasman deputy mayor Tim King says the Waimea Community Dam was about much more than just economics.
Nelmac has posted a a record net profit of $1.3 million from $24.64m revenue.
Submissions leave TDC members in no doubt their Waimea Dam plan is failing to gain support. | 'More to dam than money'
Spreading festive cheer to families in need
A simple wish to enjoy a Christmas dinner is one the Fifeshire Foundation hopes to grant this year.
The capital has topped the top of the south to take out the first ever Craft Beer Taste-Off.
Nelsonians wishing to quench their thirst on a sunny Wednesday can now look no further than Infused H20, the newest drink business in Morrison Square's farmers' market.
Nelson property valuing firm Duke & Cooke has seen 50 years of a "coming of age" property market in the region, as it celebrates its anniversary this week.
Tasman district will start water rationing from Monday after weeks of persistent drying winds and little rain.
Church pews have become the centre of an unholy spat in Rai Valley.
After 13 months of hard work Nelson's Gigatown team fell at the final hurdle, but remain optimistic about Nelson's promising digital future.
Nelson's steep Collingwood St is set to become the venue for an incredible 300-metre long Monster Slide.
"I started started crying, I couldn't do anything... I looked at him like a mate," teenager tells court.
A Nelson sailing couple has received a national award for an epic journey around Alaska that covered nearly 10,000 nautical miles.
Professor Marcus du Sautoy will present the Thomas Cawthron Memorial Lecture in Nelson.
Tasman Makos players have lent their voices to stopping family violence in Nelson.
Nelson's status as the craft brewing capital of New Zealand has been officially celebrated with the opening of the Hop and Beer Museum.
Chinese consul-general Jin Zhijian wrapped up a two-day visit to Nelson today after meeting with businesses and education providers to strengthen relationships between China and Nelson.
Golden Bay ratepayers don't want to foot the bill for the proposed Waimea Community Dam.
Friend of the forest Ian Price is a recipient of a Local Hero award from the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards
Nelsonians who want to be Santa's helpers this year can drop off gifts at the Nelson Mail for families in need.
A Nelson man seriously injured in a gas explosion has had his pension cut.
Hot, dry winds have increased the risk of a suspicious fire on Rabbit Island reigniting.
Footballers face off at Fight 4 Victory
Nelson city councillor Tim Skinner will be stepping into the ring with his on-field rival Richard Malcolm at Fight 4 Victory.
A 66-year-old man sent text messages to a teenager telling her he loved her, a court has heard.
Nelson Grey Power has passed a vote of no confidence in its president Neville Male.
Two fishermen got a nasty fright when their boat's anchor rope was snagged by a net line in Tasman Bay.
System 'at best a joke, at worst dangerous'
Users of Nelson's mental health service say they are not taken seriously when they call for help. Stacey Knott investigates as part of the Lifting the Lid series.
A swimming pool where a Nelson baby almost drowned failed to meet legal safety standards.
A large scrub fire that started on a beach on Rabbit Island yesterday is being treated as suspicious.
The Ministry for Primary Industries is carrying out a stock assessment of snapper in the top of the south.
The Waimea Dam should be funded by users and not ratepayers, Tasman councillors told.
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