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Nelson City Council has today agreed to back a remit to Local Government New Zealand that the electoral cycle for councils be extended from three to four years.
Liability for a breach of the Marine Reserves Act extends beyond the skipper already charged, a lawyer for MPI says.
A senior journalism lecturer is urging the foreign media to respect strict reporting restrictions for the sentencing of the Christchurch mosques gunman.
The chair of the Nelson Music Festival Trust hopes a scaled-back chamber music event this summer will attract a large local crowd.
An environmental group said a permit granted this week to a mining company in the south Coromandel showed the government had failed its promise there would be no new mines on Department of…
He came home from school one day and told his mother he no longer wanted to be brown. Peter Meihana talks life as a Māori in a Pākehā world, and then as a Pākehā in a Māori world. Audio
A British yacht owner whose visa expires next month is relieved he and others now have a chance to stay in New Zealand longer.
French backpacker Marine Baiguerra is among more than 13,000 people who have signed a petition seeking a six-month extension to Working Holiday Visas.
Some foreigners stuck in New Zealand are making concerted pleas to stay.
The banks along Marlborough's Wairau River are set to be transformed into a regional park, to honour the river as a taonga for Māori, while securing its future as a major regional resource.
The government's role in a new horticulture strategy is to help with some of the structural challenges facing growers.
West Coast Bulk Logistics says it has been exploring West Coast mineral sands for the past decade, but had no viable way of getting it to offshore markets until recent investment in the coast's ports…
Nelson Expats Abroad has been initiated as part of Project Kōkiri which was established to respond to the economic impacts of Covid-19.
Golden Bay can now decide on a new governance model - but paying for it might mean higher rates.
Ralph Bradley, saw his first aurora aged 10, and now retired, he has helped an area near Nelson get accreditation as NZ's first Dark Sky Park.
A tourism company facing a downturn in cruise ship passengers has shifted its focus to heritage rail journeys for New Zealanders. Video
The number of tandem skydivers dislocating their shoulders is on the rise, an aviation safety report has found.
Nelson's old "lollipop" parking meters have sold like hot cakes in a fundraising move sparked by a council staff member.
Unemployment in the top of the South Island has doubled to more than 4000 since late March, but business and local government leaders are more worried about the future.
Nelson might have to make better use of its current transport networks, until agreement is finally reached on a long term solution.
The group governing a 22-hectare motor camp in Nelson has floated plans to convert part of it into a showroom for tiny homes.
Nelson City Council's decisions to repeatedly close public reserves in times of high fire risk are under fire.
A seven-point action plan to guide Nelson-Tasman's economic recovery will focus on opportunities for young people.
Debate is heating up over plans for up to 700 homes off part of the tree-lined Maitai Valley, a few minutes east of central Nelson.
The vessel can now arrive in Nelson for maintenance, which means dozens of jobs are no longer on the line.