Kaitlin Ruddock
Nine thousand bookings for next summer have been made in the first week of availability.
Department of Conservation huts selling out like in-demand concert tickets
Local conservation efforts have achieved what seemed impossible in the picturesque park.
Abel Tasman region cleared of Wilding pine pest
Ultra-cyclist Craig Harper has pushed through 43 degree heat in the Californian desert to sit in 6th place.
Blenheim builder off to strong start in race to cycle across America in 12 days
A group in Nelson has proposed the awareness day.
National Hi-Vis Day mooted to offer workers in high risk industries more support
Craig Harper has just 12 days to complete the journey.
'One hell of an adventure' - Blenheim cyclist embarking on gruelling 4,828km Race Across America
The $500,000 scheme was supposed to put job seekers to work on fire-damaged Nelson-Tasman properties.
"Not a single hour of work done" - govt slammed for shelved half million dollar fire clean up programme
Following the devastating Tasman fires, homeowners are being asked to consider simple planting and maintenance as a prevention measure.
Intelligent landscaping could be key to protecting your home from a wildfire
Nelson snippets has been reported to Netsafe and Facebook after threatening messages were sent in by users.
Nelson community Facebook page under fire after horse owner accused of animal abuse
Experts and Civil Defence are visiting 12 locations in the South Island that could be affected by a major rupture.
'Time to be prepared' - South Island's Alpine Fault communities briefed on big quake likely in lifetime of many
The number of accidents involving automated systems is on the rise.
Study suggests it's time to debate the morality of machines
A loss of control, land and millions of dollars are Nelson City Council's core concerns for the institute.
Nelson City Council concerned about impact of polytech reform for its biggest tertiary provider
Pair accused of Nelson arson deny charges
Relieved conservationists are celebrating after years of restoration work were left unharmed.
Centuries-old native forest miraculously survives Tasman inferno
'We're taking this seriously' - Rising seas endanger popular Kiwi coastal walks
The man’s also accused of starting a blaze the forced homes to be evacuated in Moutere last week.
Nelson fire accused loses High Court appeal to keep his name secret
Hands Around Nelson Mosque is honouring the victim’s of the Christchurch terror attack.
Nelson College students deliver haka and waiata of Hallelujah to honour victims
Nelson projects unity onto city's clock tower in 'Stand Together' light display
The park is at the top of the South Island and is home to threatened species.
Kahurangi National Park to be expanded by area half the size of Auckland
Residents are being asked to keep saving water and prepare for tougher restrictions.
Brief period of rain not enough to break drought in Nelson Tasman region
The man’s also accused of starting a blaze the forced homes to be evacuated in Moutere last week.
Man and woman charged with arson over fire near Nelson yesterday keep identities secret
Police investigate Upper Moutere fire, March 6, 2019.
Two people charged with arson over fire in bone-dry Tasman region
1 NEWS’ Kaitlin Ruddock spoke to those affected.
Tasman residents remain on edge as conditions continue to pose fire risk
The remaining cordons in the valley areas have now been lifted, and affected families can breathe a sigh of relief.
Firefighters achieve significant win over Tasman fire with 'blackout' zone
Nelson can now claim its own version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, only with peanut butter, with the 11-year old brand of Pic's opening the doors to its new home today.
Nelson's latest tourist attraction opens - a giant peanut butter factory
They have been warned, however, there are still areas of danger in the Tasman region.
Remaining residents displaced by Tasman fire given green light to return home permanently
Tasman Mayor Richard Kempthorne made the announcement today.
Tasman fire State of Emergency to remain in place for another week
Some growers are being asked to cut water use by 65 per cent.
Strictest water restrictions in 18 years come into force in parts of Tasman - 'We can't waste a drop'
The attempt to extinguish the fire is now approaching day 10.
Evacuated residents in the southern end of Pigeon Valley to return to their homes
The fire near the Tasman town forced residents out.
Wakefield residents forced to flee Tasman fire spend first night back home
1 NEWS reporter Kaitlin Ruddock was at the scene.
Farmland in Redwood Valley near Nelson left blackened by fire, crews worked through night to save houses