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Veteran politician Nick Smith says it is not significant that his campaign launch is being attended by National's finance spokesman and not the party's new leader.
Senior clinicians are calling for a national register of people with rheumatic fever, to help protect younger people missing out on vital treatment.
The Nelson Food Factory, inspired by trustee Pic Picot of Pic's Peanut Butter World, is operated as a charitable trust and is designed as a collaborative working space for various businesses.
New Zealand academics have slammed an in-schools live theatre programme designed to educate young students on the dangers of underage drinking.
Parts of New Zealand might soon struggle to find tomatoes in winter - and that's due to the cost of emitting carbon.
A Nelson marine engineering and maintenance firm is facing the loss of almost half its workforce as it waits for the government to make a decision on allowing foreign ships into port.
The operator of an eco-sanctuary in Golden Bay said a large surprise donation would allow it to advance critical conservation plans.
A single tea bag, a clothing label and a burned sock were vital clues that led to finding trampers Jessica O'Connor and Dion Reynolds alive and well.
Fiordland's regional tourism organisation is repositioning itself to attract more New Zealanders to visit.
A Nelson City Councillor is worried that a planned development will harm an important city river.
Nelson's mayor says the impact of Covid-19 on the top of the South Island has triggered the country's fastest rise in unemployment.
It is one of New Zealand's smallest islands, but still large enough to host a range of pests and rodents.
New Zealand Defence Force medic Jase Denharder has revealed what happened when he reached trampers Dion Reynolds and Jessica O'Connor.
The push to encourage Kiwis to holiday at home has extended to campervan deals, but the hospitality industry said they were not seeing much movement ahead of the long weekend.
Marlborough winemakers are hoping the best harvest in a decade will help shore up exports and cellar door sales.
An online fundraising campaign set up by the brother of one of two missing trampers west of Nelson has raised more than $11,000 in the first 18 hours.
A defence force helicopter has now joined the search for two trampers missing in a remote part of north-west Nelson.
Nelson-Tasman's emergency operations base - opened in 2014 - is already too small.
Searchers have so far failed to find two trampers missing in Kahurangi National Park, but an experienced rescue volunteer says there could still be a chance for the pair.
A Nelson based airline plans to donate revenue from resumed flights to local food banks.
A business coach guiding business owners through the wreckage of the Covid-19 crisis expects those under 40 will be hardest hit.
First wildfires, then Covid-19. Aerial mapper, photographer and artist Nick Channon is finally home after his Australian job stretched from three months to seven.
The coffee machines were back in action, and sparrows gathered crumbs from the floor of the Nelson Airport terminal as a smattering of passengers hopped on resumed regional flights.
The plane's schedule will link up with international cargo flights to link the South Island with international markets.
A union and a former Nelson mayor have raised questions over the employment of three members of one family at a council-owned firm.