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Fun for the whole family at Motueka A&P show

Santa's helpers, AKA Parklands School teachers; Shona King, Tina Tonks, Jenny Milne and Annie Simmons, wait for the man ...

Animals came off the farm and into the ring and even Santa made an appearance at the 81st annual Motueka A&P show day. 

Family battleground video

La Familia

Nelson College for Girls film-maker Liliana Manetto-Quick explores the complicated relationship she has with her brother and sisters.

Young mum wins impressive accolade

Applelonia Rapata with her daughter Te Atairehia Dunstan-Rapata after she was awarded top achiever at the Nelson Young ...

Young mum wins accolade after completing two NCEA levels in one year.

Mail photographer runner-up for award

Rachel Friesen, holds Evie Friesen as the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter lifts off during an open day at the ...

Nelson Mail photographer Martin de Ruyter has bagged his third runner-up prize in the Australian Aviation Press Club awards.

Spreading cheer and cherries

Elves Hannah Simpson, and Amy Kathleen will be spreading Christmas cheer on the streets of Nelson over the next few weeks.

Elves will be spreading festive cheer around the Nelson CBD in the lead up to Christmas.

Vines and wines first for couple

Rabbit Hill Cafe owners John and Sheree Assen in their Pinot Gris block, which is the couples favourite.

A cafe and winery has opened in Ngatimoti sporting rabbit memorabilia.

Cellar Door reopens after fire

Neil Ward and Katrina Ward have re-opened The Cellar Door at the former Abbey Cafe on the Appleby Highway.

A restaurant that was destroyed by fire has moved to a new location.

Malone's victory lap continues

NZCT Sportsperson of the Year Liam Malone at the 2016 Nelson Sports Awards.

Liam Malone's celebrations have continued months after capturing double gold at the Paralympic Games.

Salesman not shy, but retiring video

Garry Sefton dressed up with body paint and undies for his last day as a car salesman for The Car Company Richmond.

Garry Sefton celebrated 36 years in the car trade by stripping down to his underwear for his last day on the job.

Lack of cow no baa to bingo

Auckland Point School children promote the school's Summerfest on Saturday.

Crowds can enjoy activities, entertainment and Baa Baa Bingo at the Auckland Point School Summerfest.

Community helps Motueka store renovations

The newly expanded Mitre 10 in Motueka

After six months of renovations, Motueka Mitre 10 is ready to re-open.

Owners unhappy with solution for 'derelict' area

Shark Club owner Steve Shepherd.

Business owners in Bridge St are unhappy with a suggestion that half a Nelson city block should be demolished to make way for fresh development.

Big win for bird lover

Cameron Taylor with his Indian runner drake that won Champion Duck/Drake at the Nelson A & P show.

One man was the back bone of the poultry shed at the Nelson A&P show.

Nayland teacher receives accolade

Nigel Evans, left secretary of the Woolf Fisher Trust presents a Woolf Fisher Fellowship to Nayland College teacher John ...

A  teacher from Nayland College has been awarded for his excellent teaching. 

Age to Age project brings children and elderly together

Clifton Terrace School's Lilja McCulloch, left talks with The Wood Retirement Village resident Jacqueline Botting during ...

Happy children and smiling elderly came together at The Wood Retirement Village to spend time together.

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