Footage of motorists passing dangerously close to cyclists has highlighted the severity of the problem.
A homeless, mentally unwell man started walking from Blenheim to Kaikoura after struggling to find shelter.
If Marlborough District Councillors believe in Father Christmas, Blenheim should get a Christmas tree this year.
Environment Court judges visit the site of NZ's first village at the Wairau Bar, Marlborough.
Wine Marlborough's longest serving board member is to step aside after 15 years.
Gambling conman who blew couple's nest egg at casinos a failed company director.
Havelock residents have found a thriftier way of spreading festive cheer through recyclables.
Environment Court judges visited the site of New Zealand's first village at the Wairau Bar, in Marlborough, on Thursday.
Marlborough Girls’ College’s First XI football side finished with a flourish, but the Senior A netball side a loss at their respective South Island Secondary School tournaments on Thursday.
It will be another busy two days of indoor bowls on the back court of Simcox Stadium in Blenheim this weekend. Following on from the Mark Stevenson First National Marlborough Open last weekend local bowlers will contest the Closed Fours Championship on Saturday then the Champion of Champion Triples on Sunday.
The Marlborough winter is far from the ideal training ground for a sprinter attending the Youth Commonwealth Games in the tropical climes of Samoa, but it has had to do for Blenheim teenager Lucy Sheat.
Tom Murray, bowman in the New Zealand eight at the world rowing championships in Aiguebelette, France, admits keeping his excitement levels under control is proving difficult leading into what he describes as the “biggest race of our lives”.
Marlborough’s young representative hockey players have been in action at Blenheim’s College Park over the past two weekends, with varying degrees of success.
OPINION: I've been away from home for less than a week and I've resorted to patting strangers' dogs because I miss my cat.
The payoff for compelling club form is about to be rewarded as the Tasman Makos rugby selectors cast their eye over the province's emerging talent.
Readers write in about the Picton Library and the councillors abstaining from voting on the civic theatre.
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Wine Marlborough's longest serving board member Ruud Maasdam is to step aside at this year's elections after 15 years.
Ward farmer Kevin Loe believes landowners in Marlborough have no reason to fear the El Nino weather conditions forecasted for the summer if they are well prepared.
A Marlborough seafood company has won recognition in a national competition promoting small to medium sized businesses.
Marlborough milk lovers can finally celebrate as the much hyped Lewis Road Creamery chocolate milk arrives on South Island shores from Wednesday.
Food industry businesses in Marlborough should transition smoothly into the new regime of food safety regulations, a council officer says.
The Millennium Public Art Gallery will be celebrating spring with a "Spring Fundraising Fiesta" at the Blenheim Club on Friday.
The Blenheim Round Table Group is inviting people interested in joining to come along to their social night next Monday.
Sheep farmer bemused at the sentencing of a helicopter pilot caught poaching on his property.
Eilish Smith has been to Government House to receive the Queen's Guide Award.
The decline of the banded dotterel from Kaikoura's beaches is causing concern for one keen bird-lover who is hoping to create better understanding of the bird through local research.