5:02 PM A little help could go a long way when a Nelson engineer heads off for a "once in a lifetime" Antarctic experience.
The world's smallest penguin lives all around the coast of Nelson and Tasman, but its population is on the decline.
The Rabbit Island fire site from Friday is still being monitored in case high winds cause it to flare up again.
A Nelson woman whose husband went on a six-day crime spree was told he needed to make "bigger mistakes" to get more help.
Victims have as much right to recover as the patients who attack them, says a Nelson woman.
As it turns out, you don't need to be a fisherman to reel in lunch for the whole family.
Doctors in New Zealand and overseas have been targeted by a scam offering them fake jobs.
The partnership between Victory Boxing and the Nelson police is set to reach new heights.
Watch: Take our tour on the Azamara Quest which paid a visit to Nelson.
Construction of the Waimea dam is poised to get under way with the build expected to take three years.
Two Project Janszoon webcams in Abel Tasman National Park are being used to keep an eye on boatie behaviour.
Nelson barrel maker helps reconstruct 111-year-old Speight's beer barrel belonging to Antarctic explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton.
Watch: A encounter with a leatherback turtle in Tasman Bay brings delight and joy.
A two-vehicle collision on Tuesday evening temporarily blocked an intersection in the Nelson suburb of The Wood.
How well have Nelson's recreational boaties behaved this summer? Just swimmingly, it seems.
After 50 years spent exhibiting overseas, Tasman potter Steve Fullmer finally gets a major survey show here in his home region.
Oaklands Milk is making a name for itself, not only in Nelson, but around New Zealand.
How different city summer sounds are compared with the noises our rural ears enjoy, writes Joyce Wyllie.
Community vege stalls are feeding neighbourhoods and ensuring excess garden produce is not wasted.
A mysterious cross-species communication gave Ro Cambridge something to think about during a recent walk in the Nelson hills.
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 ...
Nelson actor Matthew Edgar has had a busy year in the performing arts.
World War I has been brought alive for many pupils at schools across the Nelson-Tasman region.
Show designed to make you think twice about how society deals with the mentally ill.
Nelson Repertory Theatre has taken Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol and given it a steampunk twist for its latest production.
The signing of the armistice that ended First World War hostilities will be dramatised at Nelson's historic Church Steps.