The Queen came to Stoke, celebrating St George's Day with some of her loyal subjects.
After 85 years in Mapua, Ivan Wells has mixed feelings about the suburb's rapid expansion.
Thanks to almost $11,000 in grants, Motueka's senior citizens no longer have to shiver through winter.
History repeated itself at Founders Park when Janet Harley signed a Red Cross flag exactly as her great-grandmother had 100 years ago.
A Nelson soldier who served in WWI is being projected on to the Dominion Museum in a Light and Sound show remembering Anzac heroes.
A group of servicemen who underwent compulsory military training but never fought in the war hope to reach out to more men like them.
Last year, the Nelson Mail followed St John Volunteers who had just begun their training. Samantha Gee reports on their progress.
Nelson hairdresser Nadine Gratton has just completed her first experience competing in the WorldSkills Oceania Competition
At the outbreak of World War I, parents endured sad farewells as their children left for the great unknown.
Freda Kerr got a surprise 90th birthday present at the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter open day - her first ride in a helicopter.
After 18 years as Principal of Nelson Central School, Paul Potaka has hung up his hat, and is off to spend time with family around the world.
At 96-years-old Jim Carter thought excitement in his life was behind him. Then Neil Finn phoned him.
Golden Bay science teacher Paul Nield has traded his classroom for the laboratory at Nelson's Cawthron Institute.
The popular Flora Hut in Kahurangi National Park has received a makeover as a lasting tribute to Nelson tramper Ruth Hesselyn.
Andrew Goodale and his family have been living in a motel after an electric blanket burst into flames at his Nelson house.