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Hoofing it around the South Island

Marie Palzer of Marahau hoofing around for a change with Spirit on her way to St Arnaud and heading all the way to ...

A young woman circumnavigating the South Island on horseback has reached its southernmost point.

Nelson's biggest Leicester City fan

Ernest Rutherford Retirement Village resident Richard Hood is a big Leicester City fan.

85-year-old Leicester City fan Richard Hood is a former season ticket holder.

Banks back at Suburbs

Former All Whites striker Campbell Banks has rejoined Nelson Suburbs.

Campbell Banks joins Nelson Suburbs 20 years after making his national league debut for the team.

Demand grows for Nelson Menzshed

Geoff Golding wants to establish the Menzshed Nelson at Founders Park or anther nearby location.

Council urged to help find a space for Nelson blokes to gather for support and socialising.

Business matters

Jurgen Voigtlander of Liquid Alchemy has released a new line of single malt whisky.

Business happenings from around the region.

St John cadets enjoy national success

Nelson-Tasman members of the winning South Island regional squad for the St John 2016 National Youth Festival and ...

Nelson and Tasman St John cadets helped the South Island squad win a record fourth straight championship title at the 2016 National Youth Festival and Competitions.

Dangerous dogs? What a load of bull video

Bull breed dog owners gathered on the church steps.

Nelson dog owners group marched down Trafalgar St to raise awareness about much-maligned bull breeds.

Sky diving for a cause

Ladies who skydived in 2014 to raise money for rescue dogs.

 Jumping out of a plane in the name of dogs.

Tributes flow for Nelson poet

Nelson poet and author Rachel Bush

Writers have paid tribute to late Nelson poet Rachel Bush at the launch of her final book.

Nelson's first Karenni National Day video

Mae Hla, left and Kayan Dancers at the at the Karenni National Day celebration at Nelson Intermediate.

Nelson is home to many refugees from Myanmar who celebrated their national day at Nelson Intermediate.

'Gentle' bomber still got it

JEM Aviation owner Jay McIntyre, left, in front of the Avro Anson bomber with Marlborough RSA president John Forrest.

The Mark 1 Avro Anson bomber is the only one of its kind still flying.

Resettled refugee children treated to painting class gallery

Art teacher Leila Goddard, middle, looks at a self portrait drawn by Muaye Pan, 14, during a three day Art Workshop for ...

Eleven resettled refugee children were treated to a three day art class run by a Wellington based art teacher over the first week of the school holidays. 

War poetry: not just for Anzac Day

Writer Panni Palasti will be interviewed on Fresh FM about growing up in Nazi-occupied Hungary.

OPINION: Writers have long sought to understand war.

Mr Science blows children's minds video

Aldo Horring, left, Miguel Horring, Luca Syme and Baxter Mosey-Reid experiment with dry ice at the Crazy Atoms class ...

Mr Science, Sterling Cathman, showed school children how to make bombs for Heritage Week.

Byrne becomes international V-P

Port Nelson chief executive Martin Byrne, left,  with Nelson MP Nick Smith.

Port Nelson's chief executive has a new international role.

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