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First reported 29 mins ago - Updated 29 mins ago - 1 reports

Vodafone tower still riles foes

Vodafone has changed its application to build a cellphone tower in Golden Bay on Bird's Clearing, altering the design to a version that meets council rules and doesn't require community feedback.However, the group GB Natural and Linked not only disagrees ... [Published Nelson Mail - 29 mins ago]
First reported 29 mins ago - Updated 29 mins ago - 1 reports

Water supply to allow build

Satisfying Richmond's growth demand has seen district council staff work with developers to provide a temporary water supply to part of a 64-hectare parcel of land on the corner of Bateup Rd so some of it can be developed.Councillors at an engineering ... [Published Nelson Mail - 29 mins ago]
First reported 3 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 1 reports

Key walks on troubled waters

Prime Minister John Key is so good at his job that he can walk on water, his deputy told a gathering of National Party supporters in Nelson last night.Finance Minister Bill English was guest speaker at Nelson MP Nick Smith's campaign launch at the Boathouse ... [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
First reported 3 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 1 reports

Teen hit by truck in stable condition

A 16-year-old girl has head injuries after being hit by a truck on Gladstone Rd in Richmond.The girl was with her father when she went to run across the road and was clipped by the truck travelling towards Richmond, said St John Ambulance shift manager ... [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
First reported 3 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 1 reports

Supermarket bags stemmed sinking

The Nelson Coastguard was also sent to help, which took a salvage pump to the sinking boat and then towed it into port.Leckie said a boat working on the mussel farm in Tasman Bay was first on the scene. He and Evans, and Grey, then waited on the mussel ... [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
First reported 3 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 1 reports

Stoke residents have long wishlist

They also said Stoke was "divided" by a busy main road, and a bus route was needed for people on the outskirts of Stoke.Residents also wanted more events, especially for older adults and families. They said the Stoke Memorial Hall was now tired and outdated, ... [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
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First reported 3 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 1 reports

Policeman cleared over dog attack

McArtney fell to the ground wrestling with the dog, ignoring the officer's instructions to stop fighting with it. Finally, after about 30 seconds, the officer was able to remove the dog from McArtney's leg. He then called for assistance, and for an a ... [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
First reported 5 hours ago - Updated 5 hours ago - 1 reports

Sharing skills, finding teachers

‘There is no one gateway for learning in the region. This could bring learners, which are currently on a huge patch work of different places, to one site," she says."If you actually had everything in one place we think a lot more people would get inv ... [Published Nelson Mail - 5 hours ago]
First reported 5 hours ago - Updated 5 hours ago - 1 reports

Trail-blazers give thumbs up

"After all - all cyclists need is a hot shower, good food, a warm bed and cold beer," Jonathan said."And good wine," Stuart added as the trio headed downhill from the Tasman View summit with the wind behind them.Jonathan would write his final report on ... [Published Nelson Mail - 5 hours ago]
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First reported 23 hours ago - Updated 23 hours ago - 1 reports

Victory health centre has 'vital role to play'

"Many people have been hurt by [Cameron Slater's blog] Whale Oil. No doubt about it, and people have been very afraid of him, he's not above saying things that are very hurtful."Hager's book Seeds of Distrust had "almost derailed" Labour in 2002, so she ... [Published Nelson Mail - 23 hours ago]
First reported 23 hours ago - Updated 23 hours ago - 1 reports

Fishing licence fee hike welcomed

The management of these fisheries was expensive, and issues such as crowding needed to be managed carefully. "All we're doing now is bringing New Zealand in line with countries like the US."We are not penalising this group - we're certain they'll still ... [Published Nelson Mail - 23 hours ago]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated Aug 20 2014 - 1 reports

Young political voice aim of website

"It's quite connected to whether young people can see themselves in the political system and whether they feel like their voice is valid and they are being listened to."Howie had seen a "rapid change" in how information was being spread about political ... [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 20 2014]

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Water supply to allow build [Published Nelson Mail - 29 mins ago]
Vodafone tower still riles foes [Published Nelson Mail - 29 mins ago]
Teen hit by truck in stable condition [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
Stoke residents have long wishlist [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
Helmet helps schoolboy survive car collision [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
Policeman cleared over dog attack [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
Supermarket bags stemmed sinking [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
Key walks on troubled waters [Published Nelson Mail - 3 hours ago]
Policeman cleared over dog attack [Published The Press NZ - 4 hours ago]
Trail-blazers give thumbs up [Published Nelson Mail - 5 hours ago]
Sharing skills, finding teachers [Published Nelson Mail - 5 hours ago]
Keeping the region in good heart [Published Marlborough Express - 20 hours ago]
Fishing licence fee hike welcomed [Published Nelson Mail - 23 hours ago]
Collingwood store gets new lease of life [Published Nelson Mail - 23 hours ago]
Victory health centre has 'vital role to play' [Published Nelson Mail - 23 hours ago]
Fallout shadows health of economy [Published Nelson Mail - 23 hours ago]
Hard thinking in the polling booth [Published Nelson Mail - 23 hours ago]
Possum pie man third on Ban 1080 list [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 20 2014]
Animals bring 'wow' to festival [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 20 2014]
Top of the South economic activity down [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 20 2014]
Young political voice aim of website [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 20 2014]
Knife-wielding man puts cafe on red alert [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 20 2014]
Men on sinking boat saved [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 20 2014]
Top of the South economic activity down [Published Marlborough Express - Aug 20 2014]
Pedestrians talk the walk [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 19 2014]
Man falls from roof [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 19 2014]
Room to move over rural homes [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 19 2014]
Whyte pushing ideology to the max [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 19 2014]
Double Lotto win for top of south [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 19 2014]
Rocks Rd spend 'not set in stone' [Published Nelson Mail - Aug 19 2014]
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