''Old, exclusive little men's clubs" like the Nelson Club need to go, the Māori council says.
A forensic pathologist has said he found no evidence of suffocation or strangling in the death of Nelson woman Tracey-Anne Harris.
A new footbridge over Saltwater Creek is for cyclists and pedestrians and is part of a plan to better connect the city with the waterfront.
It may be pretty but the Taiwan cherry tree is now considered a pest in the Nelson-Tasman region.
Where is the centre of NZ? Officially there are now two answers - Nelson and Wairarapa.
A proposal to redevelop Port Tarakohe in Golden Bay nears completion.
It's been a freezing start to the week, with clear skies dropping temperatures below zero in places ahead of a change to gales and heavy rain.
Police are at the scene of a single-car crash near Nelson.
West Coaster Des Watson is a one-man army battling New Zealand's rising tide of trash.
Some submitters urged councils to aim for zero waste. A reduction target of 10 per cent has made the plan.
At least four new councillors in Nelson and a new mayor for Tasman are guaranteed as nominations close for local body elections.
The sounds and smells of Colombia wafted across Founders Park as Nelson's Colombian Community's celebrated its colourful culture.
A 120-year-old bach on a council reserve near Kaiteriteri has been pulled down. It will be replaced by a public toilet.
It could be September before the road cones are removed along busy Bateup Rd in Richmond.
A first division ticket was sold in Nelson this week with one lucky ticket-holder $250,000 richer.
A Nelson man was sentenced for being in possession of a firearm while intoxicated after he was caught with a loaded air rifle in Marsden Valley.
India's children are missing out on the right to play, a Nelson teacher says, so she's doing something about it.
What's going to keep you entertained in Nelson.
Nelson vineyards hit the big screen in a festival wine documentary.
Anonymous art goes under the hammer at Suter.
The Mini's popularity remains as spritely as ever ahead of its 60th birthday celebrations.
Fly My Pretties ramps up 250 year anniversary.
OPINION: Having to clean up after other people's dogs really gets my goat.
OPINION: Nelson's Boulder Bank is a delicate ecology and sea-level changes could threaten the central city.
A fork in the road or streets ahead? Choosing a home isn't easy, but it will live in your memory lane for ever.
A day off the farm for rural women proved relaxing and inspirational for Golden Bay farmer Joyce Wylie.
If you want to start learning te reo Māori, here are some suggestions about how to begin.
Most of us never get a look at what's going on beneath the waves. If we did, maybe we'd treat our oceans better, says Stew Robertson.
A self-confessed "migrant bird" and her caravan of love are now a staple diet on the Nelson food scene.
The Nelson Vintage Car Club rallies to ease the journey of families dealing with the effects of cancer.
Marlborough sea salt is some of the purest in the world. So it makes good business sense to share it with the world.
The Nelson Symphony's performance made for an enchanting evening that embraced the very best of European and Maori music.
This year's Nelson Arts Festival readers' and writers' sessions will see two debut authors discuss what led them to write intimate memoirs.
Audiences say 'You're The One That I Want' to a Nelson theatre group taking Grease "with real teenagers" to Edinburgh.
It's all adding up for one Nelson designer who keeps making it to the WOW stage again and again.
World War I safe sex campaigner Ettie Rout's story is to be brought to life on stage at Nelson.
A popular light installation on the Church Steps that tells the story of Nelson's history will return in October.
Some councillors believe the new trust was too modest in its first year goals.