Woman's tattoo honours soldiers

'I'll never forget my dad'

Blenheim woman Robyn Thomson wears her heart on her sleeve.

Accusations of lying

A defence lawyer has accused a woman of lying about her knowledge of being filmed having sex with her former partner.

More water restrictions in region

Residents in Renwick, Picton and Havelock are again being asked to conserve water.

Temp drop had vineyards scrambling

Temperature dip in the middle of ripening season prompted vineyards to trigger frost fans.

'Gross privacy breach'

Woman had no idea her ex-partner was filming her during sex, a court has heard.

Hefty parking fines

'It will be the talking point of the pub'

Motorists unaware of new parking charges introduced in Blenheim have been slapped with $40 infringement notices.

Barista meets mystery girl

Picton's most eligible bachelor has met his mystery admirer - and whisked her away from the crowds.

A love story in the making?

Hopeless romantics are waiting with bated breath to hear the end of a homegrown love story that started with a passing smile on Picton's foreshore.

Swiss driver on wrong side of road

RSA women's section celebrates 70 years

Woman's tattoo honours soldiers

Blenheim woman Robyn Thomson wears her heart on her sleeve.

Young stars all ready to shine

Some of Marlborough's rising young swimming stars will look to prove themselves in the pool this weekend as they take on some 250 competitors in the South Island Country and Town Championships.

Stars blaze way to premier title

The Forrest Marlborough Stars shone brightly again as they wrapped up the premier grade tennis title on Wednesday evening at the Forrest Winery Marlborough Tennis Centre in Blenheim.

Rowers trash Twizel after New Zealand regatta

PNG no match for Fiji

Tasman quartet face unknown

Dan Moore and Jeremy McKenzie will venture into the unknown next week - and that's just the way they like it.

Editorial: At the risk of being uncharitable

Charity law, says Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Jo Goodhew, continues to be "specialist, complex and dynamic".

Letter writing a dying art

The news that Marlborough postal services are to be cut back should come as no surprise.

An opportunity to build for future

Letters to the editor

Caveman policing has its place

When police and public rescued a woman from a sinking car in Waitemata Harbour, it didn't really take selfless bravery, superhuman strength or any bolts of inspiration.

Morton Estate vineyard sold

Canadian owner sells Marlborough's Stone Creek vineyard to Lion.

New airline 'totally different'

New regional airline will learn from past failure and will not compete against Air NZ, says founder.

Kiwi set to fly - yet again

Signs of a thriving business

Agent at home in front of cameras

Marlborough real estate agent featuring in a TV series which follows the journey of first home buyers.

Saddle up for rodeo

About 30 angry bulls will stampede into Marlborough this weekend for the 66th annual Tua Marina Rodeo.

School opens doors

Spring Creek School will host an open day next week to share its big plans with the community.

Broadband boost for Rapaura

Rapaura residents will benefit from better broadband since Chorus finished work on a new fibre-fed broadband cabinet in the area.

Morris dancers on a mission

Eight Marlborough dancers and musicians will perform a rain dance in the hope it will bring relief to the drought-stricken region.

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