More of your photos from recent weddings around the region.
Send us your best holiday pictures from the region and you could win a Fujifilm W3 digital camera with real 3D.
The Nelson Mail's Chief Photographer Martin de Ruyter has finished runner-up in the Aviation Photographer of the Year award.
At nearly 1800 meters, Mt Arthur guards the Tablelands and boasts stunning views of Tasman Bay.
Region's natural beauty captured on camera
New Nelson Mail photographer Alden Williams has only been in the job a few weeks, but has spent years taking photos around the top of the south.
ANNA PEARSON - Nelson
Nelson Mail reporter Anna Pearson has returned from a three-week stint with Antarctica New Zealand at Scott Base. She took thousands of photographs and here are some of her favourites.
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Stories of a Nelson summer, shared by people on Instagram. Photographs found using Worldcam, presented using Storify.
Magazine Point 'a window into NZ's past'
MARION VAN DIJK - Nelson
Clues to Nelson's ancient history are embedded in the rock formations at Magazine Pt.
Mail photographer's top shots from WOW show
Nelson Mail chief photographer Martin De Ruyter selects his favourite photos from this year's Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art awards in Wellington.
Hip-hop hit Nelson in a big way last Saturday with the city hosting the Shakedown Dance Championships.
Nelson designers wow Wellington
Garments of all shapes, colours and sizes, including 14 from Nelson designers, have hit the stage before a sold-out audience in Wellington.
TRACY NEAL - Nelson
A friendship and business partnership that has endured the decades and which has produced some of New Zealand's best books was honoured at a special gathering in Nelson on Tuesday night.
Furry friends on the streets of Nelson
TRACY NEAL AND MARION VAN DIJK - Nelson
Nelson Mail photographer Marion van Dijk took a stroll around town, and further out into the region, and found dogs are very much part of people's everyday lives.
Nelson's Theatre Royal was alive last week with the colour, sound and movement of the inaugural Vast Dance Festival.
"Nelson is a kinky little place"
Richmond hosted a colourful evening celebrating erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey, featuring a talk from a dominatrix, spanking demonstrations and lashings of sparkling wine.
Spotlight on men's fashion
JUSTINE JAMIESON - Nelson
Justine Jamieson's spotlight on Nelson men's fashion.
Jessica Lyver got to be the blushing bride, twice.
Puppies put through paces at preschool
Many local vets offer "puppy preschool" obedience classes. Nelson Mail chief photographer Martin de Ruyter thought they offered good opportunities to get creative with his camera.
Colourful ball gowns competed for attention with clowns and trapeze artists, as Nayland College enjoyed a night in the big top.