Dominion Movement literature disturbs

Far right group literature was found distributed n the Nelson CBD and around NMIT.

2 min ago  Far-right sticker distribution slammed as 'hurtful propaganda'.

Amaltal denies illegal fishing

Fishing company Amaltal- the deepwater division of Talley's Group - has rejected suggestions of its vessel Apollo ...

3:56 PM  A Talley's owned fishing company has denied charges of trawling in an unauthorised area of the Tasman Sea.

Muslims buoyed by compassion video

Mohammad,a young leader of Nelson Muslim community, shares his thoughts about the Christchurch tragedy and how people ...

2:19 PM  A Nelson-based Muslim is urging people not to engage with any content online about violence or discussions around the terror attack.

Condolence book set up

Thousands of Nelsonians gathered last Sunday to mourn those that lost their lives during the Christchurch mass shooting.

Nelsonians are being invited to sign a book of condolence for those affected by the Christchurch terror attack.

Two injured in car crash

The car rolled on Weka St in Nelson.

One car was involved in the crash, rolling onto its roof in the middle of the road.

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Kākā fledglings in Abel Tasman

A recently fledged kaka in the Abel Tasman National Park.

A wild male and captive bred female kākā have paired up and had four chicks in the Abel Tasman.

Animal Farm closing down

Paige Waldron pats a pony during a visit to the Animal Farm in Upper Moutere in 2016.

Changing personal circumstances force a Nelson animal park to close at the end of March.

Wastewater restrictions eased in Motueka

Motueka residents are being asked to limit wastewater use after a major break in the town's wastewater system.

Restrictions on wastewater use in Motueka lifted after a major break in the town's main wastewater pipe.

DJ shows to benefit Christchurch

Nelson DJ Mamadafunk (Sarah Crowther) will play two benefit gigs for those affected by Christchurch's mosque shooting at ...

DJs happy to put a new spin on shows as dance gigs turn into Christchurch attack fundraisers.

Broods Auckland gig postponed video

Broods' Georgia and Caleb Nott will visit Nelson, Christchurch and Wellington later this week.

A scheduling conflict has put paid to Sunday's show but tickets are still valid.

Bryan Adams shines a light in Nelson

Bryan Adams dedicated his song Shine a Light at his Nelson concert to the victims of the Christchurch shooting.

Canadian rocker Bryan Adams took to the stage in Nelson on Saturday night, dedicating his Shine A Light song to the people of Christchurch.

Petition seeks action on freedom camping video

People relax at the Alexander Bluff Road Reserve freedom camping site, near Motueka.

An online petition with more than 1000 signatures seeks intervention by the Ombudsman to force Tasman District Council to tighten some freedom camping rules.

Nelsonians gather for vigil video

A special service for the victims of Christchurch would be held this Friday.

There was a public outpouring of love and support for the Muslim community at a vigil in Nelson.

Nelsonians united in grief

Nissa Mowjood says that the pain is felt by the whole Muslim community, but at the same time, they are being embraced by ...

In the wake of the Christchurch terror attacks, Nelson's outpouring of love and grief brings communities together.

Race Unity Day postponed

Race Unity Day performers Jisoo Jang, left, Jihyeon Yang, Michelle Zimmermann, Rebecca Amos, Hyelynn Shin, San Tin, ...

After discussions with police, organisers have postponed Race Unity Day until next Sunday.

News

Use your grief for change

Nissa Mowjood, here with her grandchild, said that the pain is felt by the whole muslim community, but at the same time, ...

We must remember the shock and pain we are feeling following the Christchurch terrorist attack and use it to make real change.

Diverse talents blend in vineyard venture

Have you heard about the solicitor, midwife, roofer and insurance broker?

Next generation opera

Male volunteers needed for IHC

Video

Dominion Movement literature disturbs

Far-right sticker distribution slammed as 'hurtful propaganda'.

Lifestyle & Entertainment

What's on in Nelson

The Mapua Boat Club Regatta is on March 31.

What's going to keep you entertained in Nelson.

Bryan Adams shines a light in Nelson

Bryan Adams dedicated his song Shine a Light at his Nelson concert to the victims of the Christchurch shooting.

Canadian rocker Bryan Adams took to the stage in Nelson on Saturday night, dedicating his Shine A Light song to the people of Christchurch.

Tutus and pointed toes pirouette into Suter

The Royal NZ Ballet Event at the Suter features ballet dancers from Tutus on Tour.

Pirouettes and poise dance into the Suter.

Sparking a Pussy Riot

Burnt Pixel, Janja Markovic, Sarah Sharp, and Tanya Nock helped organise Pussy Riot's gig in Nelson.

It's not every day Nelson plays host to a Russian feminist punk band. But a Nelson team made it happen.

'Allo 'Allo! reprisal trip down memory lane

It will be a ride down memory lane for Stephens. left, and McInerney, who played the same roles 20 years ago. McInerney ...

Two actors are set to reprise their roles 20 years after they last performed in a Nelson Repertory Theatre production of 'Allo 'Allo!

Opinion

Battle against stuff and time

Sometimes you just don't know where to start in the battle against stuff.

Where do you start when the mountain of stuff in your house is getting you down? Phone a friend.

Hubs sensible and overdue

Hubs could promote educational equality, and at the same time reduce the numbers of students who are being failed by the ...

Education Hubs are a sensible and overdue readjustment of Tomorrow's Schools, writes one Nelson principal.

Looking after our heroes

Many soldiers, including the writer's own father, fought in World War II, and brought home the horrors that they had ...

For returning service personnel, help is not always at hand. One war hero has made it his mission to change that.

Fabulously frozen treats

Jon Alexander with one of his creations that he makes from his store in Hardy St, Nelson.

Letting you in on this little secret may burst your bubble, but there's some delicious being made in Nelson, writes Neil Hodgson.

The scent of rain

Neighbours natter and picnic on another fine evening at Kaihoka.

Favourite smells change over time, but after a drought nothing is better than the smell of dry soil soaking up fresh rain.

Our People

Feijoas all year? video

On holiday in Italy, Ian Wastney's interest was piqued by ingenious terracing. Back home in Nelson, he began experimenting.

An experiment that began in a dairy farmer's kitchen is about to take on the world.

Fabulously frozen treats

Jon Alexander with one of his creations that he makes from his store in Hardy St, Nelson.

Letting you in on this little secret may burst your bubble, but there's some delicious being made in Nelson, writes Neil Hodgson.

Tale of two towns

Tata Beach in Golden Bay - why would you want to be anywhere else?

Life in the City of Sails will shred every nerve you have, but life at the end of the Golden Bay rainbow will feed your soul, writes Bob Irvine.

Power to the people

Harrie Wells was a young man working for the Golden Bay Electric Power Board when he was tasked with getting power to ...

It's easy to forget the effort that went in to establishing electricity supplies in this country.

Stop the music

Welsh singer and sex symbol Tom Jones. But Delilah, one of his greatest 'hits', is about domestic violence.

Listening to songs about domestic violence while shopping is not music to your ears, writes Ro Cambridge.

Arts

Actors to bring history alive

Actors Caitlin Brennan, left, Matthew Edgar, Judene Edgar and Anton Bentley are set to bring stories of the Washbourn ...

Visitors to Washbourn Gardens in Richmond may think they have stepped back in time.

K-pop group to perform at Race Unity Day video

The Nelson College for Girls K-pop group set to perform at Race Unity Day are, from back left: Rebecca Amos, Michelle  ...

If you've never seen the sights or heard the sounds of a K-pop dance group, you're in a treat at Race Unity Day.

'Allo 'Allo! reprisal trip down memory lane

It will be a ride down memory lane for Stephens. left, and McInerney, who played the same roles 20 years ago. McInerney ...

Two actors are set to reprise their roles 20 years after they last performed in a Nelson Repertory Theatre production of 'Allo 'Allo!

The NZ band you never heard of video

Bass player Paul Woolright is hoping to get the old band back together ...

They were named to support Black Sabbath on a world tour. Then it all fell apart. Now, there are hopes Christchurch band Ticket could reunite ...

Teen actor shows many faces

Matthew Edgar as Tweedledum, right, with Becky Davies as Tweedledee in Disney's Alice in Wonderland Jr.

Nelson actor Matthew Edgar has had a busy year in the performing arts.

WWI history comes alive

Actor Darryl Ware in action as German Admiral Ernst Vanselow.

World War I has been brought alive for many pupils at schools across the Nelson-Tasman region.

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