Seven people have been caught hunting illegally during a three-day police operation.
Peter Yealands has sold his stake in Yealands Wine Group to Marlborough Lines.
A Marlborough couple have been convicted after receiving an overpayment in benefits of almost $50,000.
Posties will be calling at Blenheim letter boxes less often from next week onwards.
Vineyard worker "extremely lucky" to escape injury after the car he was in hit a bank.
Students sitting scholarship exams might be out of pocket if they cannot fork out enough cash.
The sale of Yealands Wine Group to Marlborough Lines has brought mixed reactions
A Blenheim woman who was overwhelmed by a stranger's act of kindness says it is the small things that can make a difference in someone's day.
The 2015 edition of the Tasman Makos, the nation’s newest provincial rugby side and the most talked about in 2014, is taking shape.
The Tasman Makos have been struck a Lowe blow leading into their 2015 national provincial championship campaign with a key backline player ruled out for the season.
Another big weekend is in store for Marlborough indoor bowlers, with fixtures at Simcox Stadium in Blenheim on both Saturday and Sunday, while the Blenheim South fours team heads to Hokitika in a bid to win the regional title and advance to the national finals.
A new award to celebrate the skills of young winemakers in Marlborough will be held on Friday
Loan guarantee to the new multi-million ASB Civic Theatre in Blenheim extended to save project from collapsing.
"Painted Stories", an exhibition of art which has appeared in books by Joy Cowley, published by Gecko Press, is now showing at the Millennium Art Gallery in Blenheim. It will run until the second Marlborough Book Festival which starts on July 24, where Joy is a featured writer.
The Longest Day event challenging Kaikoura youth to new heights has been completed to a backdrop of cheers, backslaps and exhaustion.