There's been no sign of them yet but recreational fishing parks will still happen, Government says.
Faith-based Blenheim primary school wants to take secondary students.
Some Rangitane members have taken issue with the way new members were validated to vote in the election.
Seeing one or two orca in the wild is pretty special, but how about 30?
Moments before her daughter died, Jayne Glover arrived at the crash scene.
All going to plan, there will still be a full summer of cricket at McLean Park next season.
Wairau Valley all rounder Rikki Bovey's stellar club cricket season just got better.
Weekly golf notes
North Island sailors came away with the main spoils from the 2017 Interislander Optimist Challenge and Port Marlborough Starling Championships contested in the Marlborough Sounds from Friday to Sunday.
OPINION: Keeping the shellfish and seaweed harvest ban in place is a good idea, writes commercial paua diver Jason Ruawai.
Correspondents write about the MPI salmon farm relocation drop-in sessions, bank rates, Trump and the media, honorifics, tooth decay and 'the media'.
OPINION: MPI should go ahead and extend the paua harvest ban along the east coast, say commercial paua divers.
Opinion: Kiwis will be surprised to hear we have an 'Amazon-scale' ecological crisis occurring here on a similar scale.
OPINION: The Coastal Pacific Trail is one of the biggest tourism and economic opportunities of our generation.
The post-quake scramble to repair tanks in time for harvest seems to have paid off.
A Marlborough onion grower's decision to use people, not machines, to harvest this year's crop is paying off.
Kaikoura business owners say they need it, but Government's tight-lipped about the future of its payment for quake-hit firms.
As national chains rule themselves out, is a Blenheim bar about to change hands?
The Marlborough region had lost 25,000ha of flat pastoral land in the past three decades due to land use changes as the traditional sheep farmer had been "pushed back to the hills".
St John's ambulance urgently need more volunteers to help ensure the critical service can operate at full capacity.
Helping clear congestion around schools while encouraging children to be active are the driving forces behind a new council initiative.
Angela Bourge is a patient services supervisor and phlebotomist with Medlab South - she explains why there is more to the role than just taking blood samples.
A talented gardener who discovered a passion for orchids late in life is hoping his first flower show goes well.