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A magnitude 5.2 earthquake near Motueka this morning was felt in the top of the South Island and lower North Island.
The NZ Transport Agency team fixing the storm-damaged Takaka Hill road will be giving a public briefing at Takaka Village Market on Saturday.
Nelson businesswoman Bernie Goldsmith is standing for council - despite claiming she has "next to zero" chance of being elected. So why is she standing? Bernie joins the panel to explain. Audio
One of the Nelson City Council's youngest elected members said councils will have to factor in changing demographics to support investment decisions made today.
The wrath of social media might put off people from standing for council, local government leaders say.
The Jerusalem Quartet give New Zealand String Quartet violist Gillian Ansell a glimpse into their genesis as an ensemble meeting as teenagers in Israel soon after emigrating from the Soviet Union.
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A forest company that lost thousands of pine trees in the Tasman wildfires wants tougher rules around fire prevention to include the wider public.
How are farm machinery sales are tracking in New Zealand in 2019? with Tractor and Machinery Association president John Tulloch. Audio
The roughly $22 million, 860-hectare mountain bike park at Wairoa Gorge, south of Nelson, is set among ecologically valuable forest and will be open to all.
Councils and iwi from across the top of the South Island have teamed up with the Department of Conservation on a plan to restore the region's natural landscapes.
National MP Judith Collins and her husband are taking legal action against a Nelson couple and the city council over property damage caused by a landslip eight years ago.
Deer hunters say 1080 poison drops threaten a rare herd of fallow deer in north-west Nelson.
Nelson MP says public access to the shoreline around Pepin Island could be stopped under new ownership.
Now, would you expect to hear the strains of a banjo in Irish folk music? Angela Usher thinks so! Audio
Canterbury Regional Council became the first in the country to declare a climate emergency today, but neither councillors nor the activists behind the declaration can say whether it will lead to any…
Police say visits to some firearms owners are being carried out as a result of information received about troubling behaviour.
More than 50,000 people have signed a petition calling on the Immigration Minister to step in and grant residency to a Nelson firefighter and his family.
In 2008 Dot Kettle and her partner Georgia Richards ditched their Wellington city jobs for a 42ha property in the Dove Valley in the Tasman region, and began growing peonies. Their business has… Audio
Part of the roof of a building that caught fire in Motueka has collapsed before firefighters could contain the blaze.
Civil Defence is wrapping up operations in Nelson after the Pigeon Valley bushfires in February.