Blenheim on track to regain record for sunshine, moving ahead of perennial rivals Whakatane and Nelson.
A Blenheim woman has been charged with illegally supplying pain medication.
A Blenheim man's final request before he died was to have his house auctioned off with the proceeds going to charity.
Labour MP Jacinda Ardern has backed an overhaul of Child, Youth and Family in a speech to Blenheim.
A new garden project is helping Marlborough residents to stay healthy.
Commercial and recreational scallopers are at odds over the quota set for the 2015-16 season in the Marlborough Sounds.
The Black Sticks beat Argentina in a women's hockey thriller in Blenheim.
The Nelson Marlborough Falcons have made a winning start to the ASB Youth League football season.
“We are tied, this is it” were the words co-driver Sharrise Guckert gave Richard Bateman before his season-defining final stage of the Daybreaker Rally of Wairarapa on Saturday.
Tasman had the Michael Jones Trophy within their grasp.
Blenheim’s first taste of international hockey in 57 years ends in defeat for Black Sticks.
Marlborough fathers are expected to make absolute fools of themselves this weekend as they drag their children to watch the Black Sticks Women’s team in Blenheim.
Marlborough Lines has decided to cancel its $50 rebate for power users this Christmas, and will instead hand deliver a bottle of wine to every customer in the region.
OPINION: Local MP Stuart Smith has underlined the need for good processes for discussion and feedback on the planning framework for Marlborough.
A message you are likely to see on posters and advertising soon is "1, 2, 3, where should I be?"
Saturday Express landscape writer Christo Saggers talks about how having a vibrant and engaging town centre is key to its success.
Leading New Zealand wine finds it own flavour after 30 years.
The revitalisation of central Blenheim got underway this week, with work starting at Bythell Place on Monday.
An award-winning Wellington businesswoman appointed to head Wakatu Incorporation's food and beverage arm, Kono NZ.
Marlborough wine exporters will find it easier to move into the South Korean market after a bill was passed last week that brings the elimination of tariffs one step closer.
Bathurst Resources is refusing to give details of the settlement it reached with its former chief executive after revealing it wrote off $510,000 he owed the company.
Keen young Marlborough cricketers are lining up to be a part of the newly rebranded Superstar Academy.
The Picton PowerHouse has unveiled a whale carving crafted from an old tree.
Daredevil Havelock teachers Tracey Wearing and Piers Throssell are skydiving for a cause.
Picton's beloved Rail and Sail train will be back up and chugging soon after the tracks underwent a restoration.
A Blenheim student will be showing off his musical skills in Auckland after earning a spot in a national brass band.