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Monday, March 19, 2018

Putting Nelson’s morning commute to the test

The bike is king for Nelson’s morning commute. In the wake of last week’s submissions on the Nelson’s draft Regional Land Transport Plan, the Nelson...

Phil McArdle of Horsebox Brewery on the cusp of Nelson craft beer dream

Phil McArdle was a competitive kickboxer, the proprietor of a retro lolly shop, and the owner of a health food company. But after giving...

Nelson heats up for The Full Monty

Will they do The Full Monty? There is only one way to find out – come and see the show next week at the...

Offering a helping hand through counselling

A new counselling service is hoping that the healing power of groups will help frustrated parents and those feeling like life isn’t going as...

Nelson Matters

The Nelson region faces a critical crossroad on the decision of our two councils and Waimea landowners over whether to proceed with the Waimea...

‘End of an era’ on Nile St

After 14 years of business, one of Nelson’s “little gems” has closed its doors at 28 Nile St. Owners of Tula and Niles, Christie Carlson...

One Plunket, five generations

In 1964, Phyllis Brown watched her mother open the Stoke Plunket rooms. Fifty-four years on and she is now proudly watching her great-grandson attend...

Kiwi kid solves puzzles on the run

Thirteen-year-old Lennox Crowe decided that the Weetbix Kids TRYathlon at Tahunanui wasn’t quite hard enough for him. So, as well as completing the swim, cycle...

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From pain to Kaiteriteri Gold glory

Barbara Spencer couldn’t walk a single kilometre last year without debilitating pain. The Nelson woman had suffered through a fifth prolapsed disc in 2017, but...

Nelson runner a NZ champ