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It is one of New Zealand's smallest islands, but still large enough to host a range of pests and rodents.
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New Zealand Defence Force medic Jase Denharder has revealed what happened when he reached trampers Dion Reynolds and Jessica O'Connor.
The search for two missing trampers in north west Nelson has been suspended for the day due to poor weather.
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 business coach guiding business owners through the wreckage of the Covid-19 crisis expects those under 40 will be hardest hit.
A union and a former Nelson mayor have raised questions over the employment of three members of one family at a council-owned firm.
Court documents showed the charges, laid between 4 April and today, related to obstructing a medical officer.
While Nelson-Tasman basked in the golden autumn sun during the Covid-19 lockdown, the watershed moment came with heaps of changes that the Nelson libraries is now recording.
The driver of a vehicle that rammed a police car in Nelson and then fled, has been found and arrested.
The head of Grey Power Nelson says half of its almost 7000 members have no internet, and have relied on vital health updates via television and radio.
Tasman police say they are frustrated by misinformation as they search for a Marlborough woman whose disappearance a year ago is being treated as a homicide.
A man has died after falling from a kayak in Ruby Bay in the Tasman district.
Benjamin Durrant and Abigail Page are accused of lighting two fires near Nelson last year, just weeks after the huge Pigeon Valley blaze started.
Three buildings in Nelson are to be closed this month because of the risk they pose in an earthquake.
Nelson City Council and iwi-owned Wakatu Incorporation have formalised a link with European experts on developing initiatives to tackle the consequences of climate change.
Some farmers in Northland are starting to come forward for financial assistance as a drought in the region continues.
The Nelson-Tasman Climate Forum is designed to unite local and central government leaders with local climate activists and help guide a community-led plan to tackle climate change.
A fireworks display planned for Nelson's Opera in Park today has been canned due to the fire risk.