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A report on the care and treatment of a severely disabled woman who was killed by her mother was released today.
A promise by global krill harvesting companies they will stop fishing for the small crustacean in large areas of the Antarctic Ocean is a positive step in a long process, Greenpeace says.
The woman convicted today of throwing rat poison at Nelson MP Nick Smith says she stands by her actions.
Drones are proving to be a headache in tourist hotspots like Queenstown and Tekapo - prompting the Civil Aviation Authority to look at tougher rules for recreational drone operators.
A woman who lost her job with a mental health provider in Nelson has been awarded more than $21,000 in compensation and lost wages.
The Nelson City Council has shown initial interest in supporting co-housing developments in the city.
The cost of a controversial dam project in Tasman is now likely to higher than first thought, but the mayor won't say by how much.
A Nelson artist says he's disappointed that a key element of the Nelson-Tasman region will no longer feature in its main gateway.
A landmark collection of research papers on the 7.8 magnitude Kaikōura earthquake shows part of it was triggered by the plate boundary giving way.
A Golden Bay couple wrongly targeted in a 1080 investigation say their faith in police has been destroyed.
A government-backed plan to get more people out trapping pests has been launched in Nelson.
Tasman District Council is planning to build its own $6.5 million power plant on the proposed Waimea Dam.
Mycoplasma bovis reaching the top of the South Island is a matter of if, not when, dairy and beef farmers say.
Marlborough District Council will invest up to $70,000 over the next three years to help promote the region as a film and television location.
Bookings for huts on one of New Zealand's Great Walks have sold out within minutes of opening.
Police spent almost $4 million fixing vehicles damaged in accidents last year, official figures show.
A plan to develop salmon farming on a hydro dam on the South Island's West Coast is almost up on its feet.
A Māori language education organisation in the South Island is calling on New Zealanders to consider switching their Gregorian calendar for Matariki calendars.
The longest-serving mayor in Greymouth's history and a keen amateur photographer has designs on a new career in the field when he steps down next year.
The adviser to the government on the Pike River Mine re-entry programme says New Zealand has not dealt with the tragedy properly.
A Coromandel Peninsula beach has been named the most expensive to visit in New Zealand when taking into account the cost of beach "essentials", a online travel company says.
The Buller District Council has backed out of a $5 million plan to buy Holcim cement assets and land on the West Coast.
A heritage concert venue in Nelson re-opens this weekend after an $8 million earthquake strengthening project.
An increasing number of storms will force more changes to forestry practices, a Nelson-based forest company says.
Young New Zealand and Australian explorers have returned from a voyage to Greenland that honoured a Norwegian explorer who made the first crossing of the interior in 1888.