A threat made to Nelson's Waimea College in a social media post has seen police involved.
Raw sewage found floating in Tasman Bay likely to be boat-related, not council pipe leaks, the council says.
Tasman District Council expects to end the financial year with almost $35m less debt than budgeted.
"If it doesn't work, you've done everything you can, and that person has stayed dead."
If you are feeling winter has yet to make its presence felt, you are about to feel its full frosty nature in the next 10 days.
No winter wind down for Nelson speed skaters as several solid results in Blenheim bookend a successful racing season.
Choirs from all three regions awarded prizes at the competition in the top of the south.
Nelson's Proper Crisps is putting some of its chips into bags that can be composted at home.
A mother-daughter duo have combined their artistic talents and produced an art exhibition that paid homage to their artist grandmother.
Rare and exotic chickens, ducks and geese from around New Zealand were on display in the region's first national show.
Age Concern calls for awareness on the hidden epidemic of elder abuse.
It's highly likely material of interest will be unearthed during an infrastructure upgrade project at Mapua, says a Tasman district councillor.
Ninety years ago on Monday, Murchison was torn apart by NZ's third-deadliest quake.
With one of the best in the business backing her, Motueka's teen motocross queen is taking on the big guns at their own game.
As house prices in Nelson continue to climb some property investors are choosing to sell their rental properties.
Appoint an accountable board to make decisions on Crown-owned South Island pastoral land, submitters to the Government say.
A Nelson interactive event organised by youth aimed to provide a platform for expression.
Chamber of Commerce chief executive Ali Boswijk is putting a community focus into the role.
Two Kiwis returning home from Myanmar fined for bringing plant material into New Zealand.
Labour MP says $320m Budget package recognises passion and commitment of people working to stop family and sexual violence.
Cases of elder abuse are unacceptably high, says Age Concern Nelson Tasman.
Artificial intelligence technology could be a key driver of future prosperity in the top of the south.
West Coasters are getting the message about the inevitable, devastating Alpine Fault quake.
France was fantastique, but the chance for a Tasman triumph is the reason for Tima Fainga'anuku's return to the Mako.
A global lack of organists and pianists is being blamed for the death of church hymns.
The remote Marquesas Islands offer spectacular landscapes and an insight into the origins of Pacific culture.
Nelson surfers say they see faeces and toilet paper in the best break in Nelson.
Nelson's biggest international mountainbike event finally fires up for an October debut.
The lesson started five years ago, but a "learning revolution" at Nayland College has seen it shortlisted for national education excellence awards.
A new community magistrate in the top of the south will allow judges to focus on more serious and complicated cases.