Nelson College is set to make the biggest changes to its boarding facilities since 1939.
"Big gaps" in a murder accused's memory were questioned by the Crown in the fifth day of a trial in the High Court at Nelson.
After the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter came to a colleague's aid, Colin Curtain decided something give back.
A kidney between two best friends
Kanenin Bruce and Michael Miller are best mates who will do anything for one another.
Community fundraising has helped the Golden Bay IFHC achieve a healthy financial position.
The Returned and Services Association is likely to walk away from the Nelson Suburban Club.
Surrounded by family and friends, two Nelson women have been admitted to the bar.
A Nelson student has been carving up the catwalk at New Zealand Fashion Week in Auckland.
City council's decision on whether to take part in online voting trial will come down to cost.
Nelson's political candidates went head to head over healthy homes in an election candidates' forum at the Trafalgar Park Pavilion yesterday.
Labour's big red bus rolled through the streets of Stoke yesterday morning, emblazoned with supporters' signatures from around the country.
A strong call for action over high regional air fares has come from New Zealand airport operators.
The TDC has given its shares in Nelson Tasman Tourism to Nelson City Council at no cost.
Murder-accused Kirk Day tells court of 'snapshot memory' of holding knife before stabbing.
Outreach worker in tragic motorcycle accident
A former Nelson builder, working on a Trades Training Centre in Cambodia, has died in a motorbike accident there.
Struggling families, income inequality and giving children the best start were among issues tackled by Nelson's election candidates at a public meeting.
A new water reservoir on Nelson's Observatory Hill is about to be filled.
A quick-thinking homeowner took matters into own hands to prevent his house from burning down yesterday.
Nelson city's winter free parking trial has been extended into spring.
Teen heads back to US in search of stardom
Nelson teenage songstress Gabriella Atkinson is heading back to the United States to follow her dreams.
A spectacular low-flying meteor-like object was spotted off the west coast of NZ last night.
Two Indian men living in Motueka appeared in court yesterday, facing New Zealand's first ever human trafficking charges.
Beers and bands at New Zealand's oldest pub
Continuing our series profiling music venues in the region, we chat to the Moutere Inn's Andrew Cole.
A wetter than usual September is forecast for Nelson and Marlborough, says MetService.
Murder accused's ex-girlfriend tells court of emotional breakdown days before fatal stabbing.
Emergency services hauled a cyclist off Codgers mountain bike track last night.
A new 100-berth marina at Port Motueka could generate at least $1.5 million annually.
John Key has taken up the issue of high regional airfares, which a Nelson woman highlighted.
'Catastrophic failure' blamed for death of a Nelson fisherman aboard a Talley's boat in the Pacific.
For Rob Smith, having a hand in re-building a small West Coast hydro station his father had once maintained was a return to his roots.
A small army of volunteers have been working behind the scenes in preparation for the Cancer Society's Daffodil Day fundraiser tomorrow.
"We're ready. Are you?" In the event of a natural disaster, this is the challenge a Richmond mother is posing to Nelson schools.
Bargain hunters flocked to Richmond for the grand opening of New Zealand's newest (and least red) Warehouse store yesterday.
Air NZ needs to keep working to reduce regional air fares, says Prime Minister John Key.
An aerial drop of 1080 pellets in the Abel Tasman National Park has been completed.
Pet treats made from Marlborough's blue mussels and salmon are to be launched in the US.
A Nelson fisherman has been killed while working on a commercial fishing vessel in the Pacific.
More young women should consider engineering as a dynamic career option, says a former Nelson student making her mark in the construction industry.
A plan to redevelop Nelson's Rocks Rd has attracted more than 700 public responses.
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Emotional farewell to much-loved friend
Tears flowed as close friends of Golden Bay's Ari Kingan came to grips with losing a loyal, athletically gifted young man.
First-time voters face big decision
New election series profiles five first-time voters to examine the policies and issues that will shape their voting choices.
Cross-party agreements to produce better policy outcomes for children were worth pursuing, candidates representing five political parties said in Motueka last night.
Round two of public meetings on the future of Stoke attracted a smaller, but more "feisty" crowd.
DHB chief criticises region's surgeons for creating backlog by cherry-picking patients.
Man on reckless wounding charge after thrown glass leaves woman with eye injuries.
Girls hit the catwalk for Spring Fling
Nerves are a-jangling at Nelson College for Girls, with the annual Spring Fling fashion show looming.
Emergency services describe scene of stabbing on second day of murder trial | Fight led to death
People in Blenheim go to emergency department nearly twice as often as Nelson residents.
A forestry tutor is in a serious condition after he was crushed by a tree he was felling while teaching a class.
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