A man's been sentenced after he attempted to resolve a dispute over cannabis with a sword.
A 75-year-old Nelson man drove his victims to secluded spots before indecently assaulting them.
Golf fundraiser for prostate cancer exceeds expectations
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The cavalry is coming for one of New Zealand's oldest institutions - and they've brought chutney.
First home buyers and investors have helped Tahunanui see the biggest growth in house prices in Nelson and Tasman district suburbs over the last two years.
Three Nelson schools and the kindergarten association have co-written a statement about the Southern Link.
Upper Hutt eatery fired worker because she wanted to have another child.
A two-truck crash on SH65 south of Murchison left a person in a critical condition.
Port Nelson buoyant after announcing $10.8 million profit this week.
Hospitals across the top of the south are inadequately staffed with senior doctors, their union says.
The first round of grants from the Government's $100m tourism infrastructure fund attracted 43 applications for visitor facilities.
Suffrage Day walk at Nelson draws 80 people.
Green Party leader James Shaw makes a campaign visit to Nelson.
Sea level rise or a massive slip could one day spell the end of the Ruby Bay coastal road.
Testing of the Brook Stream post poison drop shows "no detectable residue", the Brook Waimarama Sanctuary says.
A new poll shows National's Nick Smith could be in for a hard campaign, but it's controversial.
Green Party leader James Shaw makes $23m pledge for Nelson waterfront.
Green Party leader James Shaw says it's a tight three-way race for the Nelson seat.
Prominent businessman and philanthropist Sir Patrick Goodman has been laid to rest in his home town of Motueka.
Advance votes in the Nelson electorate continue to stream in as candidates for the "bellwether" seat trade claims over a phone poll.
Police appeal for sightings of Stephen Lowe's distinctive vehicle three days after he went missing.
Orchardist Cherie Drummond put off her first mammogram for six months. She was lucky it wasn't longer.
Two English timber framers want to teach people how to craft their own structure from scratch using traditional building techniques.
A range of free services will be on offer during Nelson Community Information Day.
Lake Killarney, nestled in the heart of Takaka, used to be clear blue. Now, even after a small amount of rain it's a discoloured mess.
It took three months for new mum Kate Sheldon to get a health professional to look inside her son's mouth.
A group of Motueka High School students were behind the all-ages music festival held at Founders Park.
A series of courses run by Riverside are aimed at giving women the skills they need to keep the family car on the road.
Barney the dog usually "does nothing but eat" - but he helped save a rural community from a fire.