A Nelson soldier killed at Passchendaele in 1917 has had his story immortalised by a Kiwi author.
The head of Nelson's youth orchestras found music and art as an escape from a miserable and abusive childhood.
School children from across Nelson put their heads together to come up with solutions as part of a problem-solving challenge.
The mother of a Nelson five-year-old wants her to live a normal life, but the slightest cold could kill her.
Waimea Rural Fire operations manager Doug Ashford is handing in his pager at the end of the month.
Coming out of winter with a warmer home and a healthier bank account is unusual but one Nelson couple have managed it.
OPINION: I'm not being run out of Motueka on the end of a pitchfork. I'm leaving of my own free will.
OBITUARY: Emeritus Professor F.J. L. (John) Young died in Nelson recently, aged 91.
Nelson College for Girls student have created art work that celebrates the influential women in their lives.
Redwood Cellars owner Justin Hall has come full circle and now he's starting all over again.
The widow of a forestry worker killed during a horror year for the industry speaks out about her ongoing struggle.
Nelson teenager Xan Twissell's speed skating is taking her to China.
Nelson College for Girls students don't want New Zealand to simply raise its annual refugee quota, they want it doubled.
A terminally ill rugby coach with almost 50 years of involvement in the game has been given a Nelson Bays life membership.
A Nelson man has penned a book about his life and is donating some of the proceeds to Alzheimers Nelson.