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    Nelson fires: Conditional re-entry for Pigeon Valley residents

    Police and the New Zealand Defence Force are today helping residents in Pigeon Valley re-enter their homes. 

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    Nelson Fires update: state of emergency extended

    Members of the public in Nelson will notice an increase in police presence after the state of emergency was extended in fire-affected areas.

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    Nelson fires: Wakefield residents allowed to return home

    Police are supporting the return of evacuated Wakefield residents but say that residential areas of Wakefield will remain closed to everyone except residents until 7am tomorrow morning.

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    Marae to open up for Nelson evacuees

    More than 2500 people have been evacuated from their homes as the massive forest fire, which started on Tuesday, continues to burn.

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    Govt pledges relief for Nelson fires

    The government has pledged an initial $20,000 in relief funds for those affected by the Nelson fires.  So far more than 180 properties have been evacuated.

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    Sun shines bright for Nelson test

    It was a beautiful day in Nelson, as both the All Blacks and Pumas put the finishing touches on their preparations for Saturday night’s test match.

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    Milner-Skudder named for ABs test match

    Nehe Milner-Skudder will be making his return to the All Blacks Test side for this weekend’s clash against Argentina.  Joining him will be Chief’s halfback, Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi, who will make his test debut off the bench.

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    Nelson man sentenced for shooting kea

    The Department of Conservation has welcomed the conviction today of a Nelson man for shooting at kea, killing one. 

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    Around 400 pilot whales stranded at Golden Bay

    More than 400 pilot whales are stranded at Farewell Spit in Golden Bay. The Department of Conservation says more than half of them have died. 

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    Native Affairs – Sounds like trouble

    Should the Marlborough Sounds be turned into a marine reserve? The Elkington whānau living on D'Urville Island says no! If the Government's proposal goes ahead, they will be forced out of their homes.

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