A Nelson scientist has developed a method to successfully breed native fish species commercially.
Two months on, the effects of the Kaikoura quakes are still being felt by disappointed Nelson students.
Landlord tells of 600 phone calls and 300 emails in first 48 hours of listing property.
The historic general store in Bainham and Auckland airport are the only places where Sukhita Langford's Kiwiana bucket hats can be found.
A Nelson woman is still going full throttle on her "ageless, classless" motorcycle odyssey.
In 1996, three families went on their first camping trip together. They haven't missed a summer since.
Nelson artist and fisherman Martin Simpson captured the beauty of trout fishing.
The history of Motueka, from the perspective of local iwi, is part of a new exhibition on migration to the region.
"I don't have a whole lot to say on it, but it's an honour to be recognised," para-sprinting champ says.
The redemptive qualities of music have led a Nelson man on a journey from childhood despair to the Queen's Service Order.
Nelson's Pearly Queen, Shirley Ann Miles, has been honoured with a Queen's Service Medal.
Tom Latham wasn't the only New Zealander to crack a ton this week.
Nelson's strong community spirit shone through at the Mayor's Christmas Dinner yesterday.
A Golden Bay man has been honoured as a local hero for sixteen years running the Wrinklies Express transport service for elderly and disabled.
A Nepalese family are embracing their first Kiwi summer after more than two decades in a refugee camp.