Ten days after searching began, police have found no clues to lead them to missing man Jason Campbell.
New factory to turn unwanted mollusc into feed and supplements, creating a dozen jobs in the process.
Tasman Mako go forth into the new season with local iwi's blessing.
"Pioneer suffragist" Mary Ann Muller wrote in 1869, under the pseudonym Femmina, "why has a woman no power to vote?"
Contaminated land at Base Woodbourne "critical" as iwi consider buying back the land.
It all started with a raffle. Well, kind of.
A thriving black market for life-saving devices doesn't sound likely, so why have two been targeted?
Teachers roar for two-day strike idea, ramping up the pressure after the PM criticised them for striking too early.
A security camera showed him inside the Four Square about 11 hours earlier staring at the ceiling.
"I teach my students to stand up for themselves, now it's my turn," reads a placard.
The field of dreams is ready - and tickets are still available to Nelson's All Blacks test.
The credit cards had been stolen from a house a few hours earlier, while the owner was at church.
New season, new faces - but the same determination to win is there for the 2018 Tasman Mako.
A police officer who hit a motorcyclist while doing a U-turn in his unmarked car was trying to catch a speeding driver.
Small business owner swamped by demand wants other tradies to get behind a new scheme making apprentices out of young beneficiaries.
When a teacher is sick, schools can try more than 10 subs before giving up and making classes "double up".
After a break in ground patrols over the weekend, the search for Motueka man Jason Campbell has resumed in earnest.
He was found lying in the store room in the recovery position. Close to $9k was missing.
For the past two decades, Airbus has been the "one-stop shop" for RNZAF planes.
Police have not given up hope in the Takaka Hill search for missing man Jason Campbell.
Woman attacked with own shoe after throwing it at the neighbour she was spreading rumours about.
People living in rural communities will face less of a trek to recycle their rubbish.
A quarter of the rare seabirds have been lost in the last three years, leaving residents and industry wondering why.
In a post-Boaty McBoatface era, asking people to name anything can be fraught with disparaging danger. Having said that.
Artists are starting to twig that few galleries can compete with the local pub in terms of getting their work "out there".
Lots of people get "hangry" especially when they have had a few too many.
Owners of a historic steam train have pledged to offset its carbon emissions by planting trees at schools and parks.
Drivers are fed-up with people using mobility park spaces without a displayed permit.
Reassessment of search for missing Motueka man as no signs found on fourth day.
The two young artists behind Blenheim's newest tattoo parlour have made a strong start, already booked out for months in advance.