Two new coronavirus cases, one confirmed and one probable, in Marlborough.
Growers and greengrocers in Nelson and Tasman are offering vegetable delivery services to save produce from going to waste and to keep their businesses afloat.
One Kiwi made it home "by the skin of his teeth" after leaving a life and business behind in Cambodia.
With New Zealand on lockdown, Rainbow Ski general manager says any decision on the season going ahead would be made in June.
Many entries were received and here are the first week's winners.
New Zealand King Salmon has slowed some production lines to adhere to the Government's strict social distancing measures during lockdown.
A look at the lighter side of life in lockdown.
People are finding creative ways to connect and exercise from the comfort of home.
The public needs to change its perception that backpackers were not taking a serious approach to the lockdown, says a Nelson accommodation provider.
Returned travellers, socially isolated in bubbles of one, look forward to going to the supermarket and having dinner with family after two weeks of quarantine.
Whether it's wine, food or medical supplies - Nelson's couriers are making the lockdown rounds so you don't have to.
Phoning a friend was always the best option, and Age Concern Nelson Tasman hope it will help older people stay connected during the lockdown.
There are five new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Nelson, with Marlborough going in the opposite direction, recording a seventh straight day without a single one.
It's hard, but sticking to lockdown rules, including not going mountainbiking, is crucial, ED doctor Tom Jerram says.
Tasman District Council report says staff believe consultants' reports contemplated the possibility of rockfill breaking down.
The outbreak of Covid-19 is affecting so many areas of our lives that acknowledging this fact in the context of these columns really amounts only to an understatement.
Health leaders in the top of the south are grateful people are sticking to the rules in order to reduce the spread of the virus.
What's keeping you entertained in Nelson.
Struggling businesses and organisations have one less thing to worry about with a fee and rent holiday from the council.
A photo exhibition at Elma Turner Library celebrates the way our differences strengthen our community.
History repeats on stage as the Wairau Affray draws the curtain on past events.
Be prepared to play detective for a Christie classic hitting the stage.
The best thing about being in a lockdown is getting the time to ponder inane questions.
OPINION: As primary producers, Joyce Wyllie reflects on having much to be grateful for.
Columnist Bob Irvine knows a thing or two about self-isolation - he's been doing it for yonks.
My first casualty of lockdown is a fat piece of carrot cake.
OPINION: We have nothing left to learn from the mosque shooter; now our focus should be on what we learned about ourselves.
Getting back to New York less than two weeks ago after traveling around NZ for a month, Kiwi journalist Anna Bradley-Smith has watched her city stall.
OPINION: New Zealand has lost a man of extraordinary consequence this week.
OPINION: Georgie Moleta has chosen an occupation not that common among 26-year-old females.
More consideration is needed to understand the 'a' and 'o' categories of possession in te reo, writes David Karena-Holmes.
Golden Bay author and food enthusiast new cookbook is more than just a collection of recipes from her Indian motherland.
Talented artists from around the region will be opening their doors to the public for the Ruby Coast Arts Trail.
Some of the musicians are announced for the Adam Chamber Music Festival 2021.
Eighty years ago former Nelson mayor William Snodgrass disappeared from a ferry. The audience in a new play will be asked for solutions to the mystery.
REVIEW: Aperture is a play that will leave you basking in the warmth of a photographer who captured the rich humour, love and joy in Māori culture.
Nelsonians are invited to get a taste of the art and culture of migrant communities during the Nelson Arts Festival.
Three hostages, a gunman and an ant pondering his lonely existence are stuck in a suburban pie shop.