Civil contractor awards, technology workshops and a business innovation weekend in this weeks business matters.
Uniquely Nelson have organised "moveable feasts" to showcase local cuisine to coincide with Light Nelson.
Equipped with what they had in a backpack only, a group of Nayland College pupils left the comforts of home on Saturday to raise funds for Syrian refugees.
Nelson businesses gathered to listen to esteemed speakers at the Aspire business conference.
Pat Suggate was an old school geoscientist who never went anywhere without his geologist's hammer and lens.
Homemade pies and a fresh lick of paint are attracting more customers to the Washington Valley Store.
It's been out of the country for a century, but having an ancient korowai back home is "like having a family member returned."
Habitat for Humanity Restore are donating a large amount of winter woollies to children's charity.
Pre-loved clothing will be on sale at a pop-up shop with a view.
Business awards judge recommends entering for company benefits.
A musician in Nelson has brought his successful Youtube channel to the city - and all the subscribers with him too.
In a colourful extravaganza of culture, some former refugees from Myanmar and Bhutan have celebrated of World Refugee Day.
Tasman Seafoods opens in former premises of Phillipe's butchery in the Marble Arch Arcade.
A small Nelson cottage that may have gone unnoticed by some has had a lot more attention after getting lick of paint.
Members of the public are invited to march down Trafalgar St on Saturday for Orlando shooting victims.