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Stories Quinoa takes the crown for the most overexposed food of 2013. The ancient grain's been everywhere from linguine and barbecue-flavored snack chips to chocolate bars, Tennessee-made whisky and even gluten-free pale ales. What hard-to-spell
Four months after undergoing an ambitious operation, 3-year-old Nelson boy Oscar Walsh can see with both eyes again. Oscar suffered an aggressive infection two years ago after a piece of grit got into his left eye. The grit was promptly removed at
The legendary singer-songwriter-guitarist, known for such immortal offerings as "Crazy," "Hello Walls," "Red Headed Stranger" and "Stardust," performs April 12 at the historic Berkeley venue...It's the only date on Nelson's spring-summer tour that
An 18-year-old was charged Wednesday with fatally shooting his sleeping father in the head with a rifle just an hour short of the victim's birthday at a home southwest of the Twin Cities...Nelson was charged with second-degree murder in the death
Fish multiplying in Tasman Bay reserves NZ Newswire January 9, 2014, 4:01 am New research shows there are about seven times more crayfish and 40 times more blue cod of legal catch size within a Tasman Bay marine reserve than in nearby coastal areas.
The lack-lustre summer in parts of the country looks set to improve over the coming months, forecasters say. However there could be more rain in the north of the North Island, the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (Niwa) says. Niwa'
The West Indies series is not yet over but already the New Zealand cricket side's focus has switched to the tour by India and the World Cup...Within the squad, they're still toeing the one-match-at-a-time mantra, says Kane Williamson. New Zealand can
Big Picture It's been a terrible two months on the road for West Indies. The injuries have piled up as quickly and as scarily as the losses. The ODI captain flew in to New Zealand and spoke about a lack of unity in the side that had lost two Tests
National Geographic is the latest to validate what skiers and boarders have known for years: Revelstoke and Nelson have got it going on. In an earlier story about 10 up-and-coming ski towns, the magazine singles out Revelstoke Mountain Resort and
The game in Nelson was decided under the Duckworth-Lewis (D/L) method after wet weather set in with the West Indies apparently heading for their second consecutive heavy defeat. A timely return to form for opener Martin Guptill, who made 81, saw New