"It was the same story every day. We weren't sure if we were still employed."
"When you're surrounded by cities, you stop realising there's so much outside of the place you're in."
Fed-up farmers are losing patience with trespassing hunters.
It was possible someone had dumped thousands of litres of a chemical and not even considered their actions were illegal.
The 10 most popular pix have been chosen in the Canon Kiwi summer photos contest.
8:18 AM Marlborough sprint Lucy Sheat now just 0.03sec off World Junior Championship 200m qualifying time.
Marlborough sprint Lucy Sheat now just 0.03sec off World Junior Championship 200m qualifying time.
Practice is paying off for Wairau Valley’s senior cricketers this year, with a polished fielding display assisting them to the Twenty20 club cricket title on Friday night in Blenheim.
The Central Hinds of today are vastly different from the last team that was in a final.
Buller's grip on the Hawke Cup is loosened as North Otago rout holders for 60
Saints Rams, Saints Aces and Central softball teams all head over the hill to Nelson on Saturday gunning for intercity supremacy, but with Rams in the box seat.
SATIRE: "I don't care how much money we have wasted already, this goes no further."
Shoplifting tourists are essentially a summer problem, struggling New Zealanders who shoplift all year round are the real issue.
It should also be noted that rangatira themselves held varying views on Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Last Thursday was a significant day for New Zealand with the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in Auckland.
What will Marlborough choose: recreational fishing parks or sustainable fisheries?
One of New Zealand's richest families has sold its entire vineyard holding in Marlborough.
Low interest rates and few listings are continuing to fuel Nelson's housing market.
A new machine is revolutionising tree harvesting and gaining North American interest.
The Honey Company has changed its name and business is booming.
A pet health company is researching the health benefits of greenshell mussels and other natural extracts from New Zealand.
We asked people to send a message to the one they love. You won't believe some of the messages we received.
"I expect a lot of screaming... But you'd be surprised, with the maze being so dense you don't hear much in there."
"When you're surrounded by cities and surrounded by people, you stop realising there's so much outside of the place you're in."
Amazing stories of Marlburians who fought in World War I will be on display.
Technology is replacing the need for a human in many areas of work. Think manufacturing, farming, checking-in for a flight, remote specialist medical staff, buying groceries and self-driving cars.
View births, marriages and celebrations from around the region
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What's happening in Marlborough this week.
Countdown to 150 years of The Marlborough Express