Rescue beacon pinpoints kayaker after capsize in chilly Golden Bay waters.
From huge boulders to contemporary artwork, more than 200 pounamu treasures are on display in Nelson.
A crash involving a car and a van at Nelson left five people injured and forced the temporary closure of Atawhai Drive.
Detection dog Mena has been sniffing out the homes of the flightless seabirds across Golden Bay.
Traffic was diverted temporarily after a two-vehicle crash along Main Rd Stoke in Nelson.
My friend Brad Meiklejohn, a passionate adventurer and conservationist from Alaska, describes longer outdoor trips well.
A Richmond man is plugging into his electric dreams by starting a company that converts classic cars into EVs.
Council elections are coming up - so how has Nelson council done on the major issues?
About 500 tents were abandoned this year following Nelson's Bay Dreams gig.
Kevin St John had no signs of bowel cancer. Fortunately a home test detected the disease.
Nelson's citizens rallied against racism with a "happy hour" gathering in front of the controversial Nelson Club.
Refurbished classrooms the latest transformation for Nelson high school.
A witness says she overheard an argument between Tracey-Anne Harris and her partner on the night the Crown alleged she was murdered.
The Nelson Artificial Intelligence Institute gets $3.4m of $4.5m new Provincial Growth Fund investment in the top of the south.
Maitai Valley is getting "overrun" with mountainbike trails, says a resident who found trees felled in the bush.
The anthology The Friday Poem: 100 New Zealand Poems will be discussed at a Pukapuka talk as part of the Nelson Art's Festival.
The crown is passed to the new queens of Tasman girls' secondary school rugby, as Waimea makes amends for last year's final disappointment.
A "Happy Hour" gathering will take place outside the Nelson Club on Friday to stand up to "bigotry and racism".
A woman who was made redundant after raising concerns about bullying was found to have been unjustifiably dismissed.
Students show off their creativity in an inspired Suter exhibition.
The truck had tipped its load of chemicals onto the road, leaking into the gutters and stormwater drains.
Fresh cracks appeared during an inspection of a developing slip along Matiri West Bank Rd, near Murchison, and it could get worse.
No agent, no EU passport, no worries - Kiwi basketball player Gracie Roberts is living her dream after signing to play in the Dutch League for the upcoming season.
Hira School's popular fundraiser Valley to View is on track to be the the best yet in 2019.
Art can help communities adapt to climate change, top of south research suggests.
Community Centre launches a new programme to build inner and outer strength amongst the mature, active population.
An American researcher is teaching New Zealanders about the health benefits of twirling poi.
A "nightmarish" giant hand with a face isn't our only public sculpture lacking traditional good looks.
Rose Morgan said witness statements placing her at the scene of an alleged murder were based on "rumour and hearsay".
Secondary principals' unions recommend members accept the Government pay offer.