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The war on wasps in the top of the South Island is being ramped up.
Crop, meat and dairy producers say any ban too soon on coal boilers could force New Zealand to increase its imports of food.
Nelson will use millions of dollars raised from the sale of community housing units to support the development of affordable, social housing.
Two of New Zealand's three air force bases have the country's highest risk profiles for bird strikes on aircraft.
A Marlborough Sounds watchdog group wants Tory Channel closed to all commercial shipping and large fishing boats.
Repatriating the items would be a big step towards healing the lingering wounds of Parihaka, says a heritage expert.
The manager of the park that hosts Nelson's agricultural and pastoral show says it has become an important event for people who have lost touch with the origins of food.
When a group opposed to a reshuffle of the Nelson City Council broke into song this morning, all the mayor could do was sing along.
Helen Kerr, whose plans to head to Melbourne have been stalled for seven months, has arrived to what she said was a polite welcome from authorities at the airport.
The SPCA says not many people are deliberately cruel to their animals, but it took a stand against an Auckland cat owner for failing to care for dental health, as a reminder of the obligations of…
A grieving UK family wanting to sell their 17-metre yacht in New Zealand could have it imported here - but it would cost them tens of thousands of dollars.
A discovery that kea might be able to learn to detect toxic 1080 bait by how it looks could be a breakthrough in teaching them not to eat it.
An iwi that was "almost wiped off the face of the earth" is continuing revitalisation efforts, following a newly created waiata with work on a marae concept for the Nelson Lakes region. Video
Lake Ōhau Road has been reopened to the public, but access to the fire-stricken village remains restricted to residents only. Audio
Plans to expand Picton's ferry terminal would place a heavy burden on its environment unless properly managed, a seagoing marine engineer says.
Unrest continues around some staff employment procedures at a Nelson City Council-owned maintenance firm.
The Buller District Council wants mining company money earmarked to fix an old landfill diverted to a new flood warning system for Westport.
Early weather predictions show up to four cyclones could hit Fiji this season, forcing 40 yachts to take shelter at Port Denarau.
A maritime lawyer says there may be a legal argument for allowing foreign yachts into New Zealand when they can prove where they have been through electronic tracking.
The Defence Force is to help with efforts to enforce the country's Covid-19 border restrictions at sea.
The New Zealand Drug Foundation said the medical cannabis industry in New Zealand will face competition from overseas medical cannabis companies.
A Thailand cannabis company believed its low-priced imports may eventually undercut New Zealand's cannabis market, and investors were not being properly warned. But New Zealand's current draft laws…
The ski season in Nelson-Marlborough has ended as the shortest on record.
More than 90 percent of sheep and beef farmers support biodiversity on their farms, a new study has found.
Pet owners will lead, carry or coax their treasured moggies, pups, lambs and birds to Nelson Cathedral on Sunday for a service arranged especially to bless them.