2.2 C
Nelson, NZ
Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Flu runs rampant through schools

Flu season is hitting Nelson schools “hard and early” with one local principal saying it’s the worst he’s seen in his 12 years in...

Flu runs rampant through schools

Flu season is hitting Nelson schools “hard and early” with one local principal saying it’s the worst he’s seen in his 12 years in...

Council votes for $750k climate change fund

Nelson City Council will put more than $750,000 forward for initiatives to address climate change. Last Friday’s vote came two weeks after the council voted...

Natureland left in limbo

The Nelson City Council has decided to stick to only offering $170,000 in annual funding for the Natureland Wildlife Trust, leaving the future of...

High-flying executive puts historic B&B back on market

Heather D’Arcy needed a break, so five years ago she bought a historic bed and breakfast overlooking the Maitai River. She was fresh from working...

Schools pumping with brand new bike track

St Joseph’s School is the latest on a fast-growing list of schools around the region to receive its very own pump track. The track, which...

Nelson youth find new ways to conquer famine

Every time 16-year-old Laura Eyles reached for her phone over the weekend, she had to remind herself of those less fortunate than her. The Nayland...

Chess club all Victory on debut

It was a memorable competitive debut for the Victory Primary School Chess Club at regionals last month. The young rooks went on to finish second...

STAY CONNECTED

13,268FansLike
672FollowersFollow
257SubscribersSubscribe

Read Online

Green Machine reigns supreme

It took 180 minutes to separate the sides, but Marist eventually prevailed to claim the Tasman Trophy following a dramatic final with Waimea Old...