American zoologist and new Natureland co-owner has realised her dream of running an animal sanctuary, writes Tracy Neal.
The Theatre Royal and the Modellers' Pond are big winners in Nelson's draft annual plan.
Elizabeth Bean takes a closer look at Nelson's 'gem by the sea'.
Dunking teachers and a mascot race added to the great success of Tahunanui School's gala.
Anyone who has ever wished to own an original artwork can bid for it at the Tahunanui School Gala silent art auction this weekend.
A suspicious fire at Tahunanui beach has gutted a building causing major damage, but its owner is trying to remain optimistic.
Secondhand dealer living his dream
Sunday market regular Steven Lawson has opened a new shop to house "his secret treasures" on Tahunanui Drive.
Views are split over whether to spend $500,000 on fixing the Tahunanui Modellers' Pond.
Mystery surrounds the grim discovery of a human skull and other bones found on a Nelson shoreline.
City councillors are at odds over a proposed $500,000 cleanup of the Modeller's Pond in Tahunanui.
A man has been charged after the stabbing of a 53-year-old Nelson man in his home on Friday night.
A family fun evening will be held to celebrate the model train at Tahunanui being voted most family friendly activity in Nelson.
About 150 people held hands on the Tahunanui sands while others held banners opposing deep sea drilling at the Banners on the Beach protest.
Pride and joy on parade at motor show
Classic cars and modified motors were among a huge range of vehicles on show at the Nelson Motor Show at the weekend.
Bits of Nelson's waterfront cliff-face falling onto Rocks Rd has a cyclist worried that someone will be hurt.
Time and tide take toll on Tahunanui
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The shifting sands at Tahunanui Beach are again prompting calls for the council to tackle nature head-on. Naomi Arnold investigates.
Bands and BBQs at Tahuna beach party
The Summer Beach Festival put on a show featuring some of the region's best young artists.
Tahuna Beach Holiday Park won't exist if the council doesn't prevent beach erosion, says manager.
Truck project launches Summer Beach Festival
Relaxed beach vibes and a strong lineup of young Nelson musicians will set the scene for the Summer Beach Festival on Friday.
Ali Rahespar is re-opening his Tahunanui food cart, which has arguably one of the best views in Nelson.
The Tahunanui community is celebrating a U-turn on the layout of the centre's main intersection.
Resolving the ongoing problems with the Tahunanui modellers' pond could cost council $1.2m.
Nelson Suburban Club members are being asked to donate if they want the club to survive.
A man had to be freed by firefighters after an attempt to get back into his motel room led to him getting stuck mid-way through a window.
NZ King Salmon is arranging emergency production after a factory was nearly destroyed in a fire on Monday.
Taking over at Natureland is a huge turning point in Mike Rutledge and Meg Selby's lives.
The owner of a pup alleged to have bitten a city councilor is devastated that her two other dogs have been seized. | Puppy faces death sentence
Natureland staff are preparing for a major transition, which sadly means most will lose their jobs.
A Tahunanui businessman arrived at work to find all of his car windows smashed in.
A new laser tag centre is to open in Tahuna, featuring high-tech laser guns used by the US army.
Staff at Natureland will have to reapply for their jobs in the next few weeks.
Mayor says waterfront boulevard is not conditional on moving state highway off Rocks Rd.
A revised plan for ways to improve safety in Tahunanui is to come back to the community.
The new operators of Natureland are an ambitious young couple with big plans for the troubled zoo.
Nelson's Natureland zoo has been saved.
The Suburban Club manager who failed to inform the club's board of a $300,000 debt has resigned.
Council made a decision on the small zoo's future on Tuesday but public still in the dark.
The city council says it has reached a decision on the future of Natureland, but is unable to make it public.
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The Nelson Suburban Club sent a begging letter to its members to help pay a $300,000 debt.
Drivers along Tahunanui Drive had a slow journey home following a collision near Rawhiti St, right on rush-hour.
The Nelson AA is calling for Tahunanui's traffic safety concerns to be addressed urgently.
OPINION: It's a pity Tahunanui's tired-looking Ocean Lodge won't be developed into a supermarket, but another plan is promising.
The Wakatu Incorporation's multimillion-dollar development in Tahunanui may begin early next year.
Two accidents in Tahunanui yesterday highlight the dangers that fueled Friday's protest, residents say.
More than 200 people stopped traffic in Tahunanui as they marched in protest. | Residents 'continually ignored'
Thieves who broke into a school and took cash have stolen from innocent children, principal says.
Tahunanui residents take to the streets today to make sure they are heard on matters that affect them.
Residents and businesses owners seek to be heard on matters they say they are being ignored over.
Nelson vagrant Hone Ma Heke says a ban on giving horse rides at Tahunanui Beach just means he'll be spending more time in town.
A protest march is planned by a community that has been 'overlooked and shown no respect'.