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A Nelson dairy farmer whose milk vending machine was robbed is giving those responsible a chance to work off the cost.
The first exhibition to trace the journey of Ngāti Rārua, Te Ātiawa and allied tribes to Tasman Bay in the 1830s has opened in Motueka. Audio
A company surveying the sea floor near Cook Strait says its work is not linked to recent whale strandings.
The endangered sparrow-sized mohua appears to be gaining a foothold on Blumine Island.
Air Chathams, which began Whanganui to Auckland flights in August, is continuing to push for a Chatham Islands runway expansion, despite its rising costs.
Seismic detectors could be causing whale strandings, Sea Shepherd says, and it wants oil companies that own the devices to pay to research it.
Moves by the Nelson City Council to accommodate freedom campers have angered some locals, but delighted those who prefer a free-wheeling holiday, reports Tracy Neal.
A sperm whale that beached near Nelson looked too healthy to have died of natural causes, a zoologist says.
Police focus their search in Northland after reports a vessel similar to Alan Langdon's headed in that direction.
The carcass of the sperm whale that was spotted in Nelson's Tasman Bay yesterday was found washed ashore at Rabbit Island today.
Police are working with Interpol in the search for a missing yachtsman and his young daughter, with the search for his catamaran focusing on Northland, following tips from the public.
The mother of missing 6-year-old Que Langdon - who believes she has been taken by her father Alan Langdon to avoid custody action - has hired a Child Recovery Services contractor to find them.
A man hired to find missing 6-year-old Que Langdon believes her father might be trying to sail her to Australia, or is hiding in coastal New Zealand.
Large whales spotted in Tasman Bay - an unusual sight at this time of year - are either southern right or humpbacks, say locals.
Anger is brewing in Nelson over a council decision to set aside areas on the city fringe for freedom campers.
The Marlborough District Council has given out $11,000 so far in hardship grants from the Mayoral Earthquake Fund.
Since last month's quake which blocked the main road through Kaikōura, a once quiet road in Marlborough has been turned into a main South Island highway.
The government has received 60 requests for emergency housing following the Kaikōura quake, with the number expected to climb.
Corrections has been told to pay more than $172,000 in reparations to the family of a man killed while doing community work.
Ross Ward and his wife are living in a borrowed horse truck after last month's quake. They're one of at least nine families in Marlborough forced from their homes.
The ruptured Kēkerengū fault has revealed more secrets about New Zealand's tectonic past, and can help inform what to expect in future, scientists say.
The ever growing number of boaties competing for space along the coast of the Abel Tasman National Park could be restricted to improve safety in the area. Audio
A community work sentence for a fisherman who caused 39 albatross deaths doesn't go far enough, Forest and Bird says.
Eleven buildings in Marlborough - 10 homes and one commercial property - have been red-stickered since last Monday's 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Audio
A couple who left behind busy corporate lives in the UK for quiet Motueka have had to rein in their booming small business.