Tasman's Jester House has a new backyard cafe experience which deals out a political message.
A Spring Festival was held on Sunday to celebrate Nelson being named NZ's most neighbourly city.
Barbara Grierson arrived in New Zealand as a war bride after working at Whitehall.
The most westerly and isolated settlement of the Nelson Province is Mangarakau.
The Golden Bay women is losing her ability to speak and move but that has not stopped her from helping to raise awareness of a devastating condition.
A 16-year-old blind pianist writes songs to celebrate people's differences.
Tasman Makos rugby winger James Lowe is living proof that arthritis sufferers can still lead productive lives.
A Nelson karate teacher has shaved head to raise money for those with breast cancer.
Silke Larsen makes a massive community contribution in Nelson, but she and her son must leave the country by Tuesday.
Nelson market had a lot more to offer than usual as high school business students set up stalls.
Sometimes the traffic is so bad that the city will be at a standstill, like last week, when a heavily-used tunnel in Accra was temporarily shutdown.
Nelson carpenters took first, second and third places at the Upper South Island Apprentice of the Year award.
The Suter cafe on Halifax St will continue to operate under a new name next month.
A Wakefield business owner wants to help put the township on the map.
One of Nelson's finest businessmen and sportsmen Tom Newman has died.