Supercharged broadband is coming, and the town with the most support for this new technology will be known as 'Gigatown'.
A series of youth music workshops are about to get underway in Motueka, Richmond and Nelson with a focus on raising the awareness of bullying behaviours in the community.
Flying gumboots will be seen across the district in the next couple of weeks as the Way2Go trailer brings Kiwiana-themed games and activities to local parks and neighbourhoods.
A four-day national conference in Auckland on New Zealand Public Policy Making is taking place between 23-26 April, and is open for secondary school students to be involved in facilitated discusions.
Applications are being accepted to join the Tasman Youth Council in 2014. If you are a young person, aged between 13-20 years, and have a passion to make Tasman a better place for youth, then we want to hear from you!
The finale of the 2014 Tasman Skatepark Tour lived up to all expectations with a bumper crowd along to show their support to the extreme sport athletes on show.
Reggie MacDonald once again rode uncontested in the junior skate section, and must be a front runner mid-way through the tour to collect the overall skate title.
Jake King and Liam McAlister are proving equally as dominant in the senior and open skate sections, both winning their respective heats.