6:19 PM Education Ministry has acted following a complaint about a rural Marlborough bus stop.
5:14 PM Funding cuts could ramp up suicide rates, homelessness and domestic violence, counsellors warn.
5:32 PM A teenager who set fire to a stranger's mailbox has avoided a conviction.
Arawa and Liquorland played out a thrilling match in section one of the Marlborough senior A grade table tennis competition on Thursday.
Historic discovery found during work on 104-year-old former cheese factory.
Aucklanders are cashing in and buying homes in Marlborough for half the price.
4:45 PM Police are proposing to axe a police prosecutor position from the Blenheim District Court in a move branded "absurd" by Blenheim's leading criminal barrister.
Marlborough businesses say they are concerned about proposed new health and safety laws, while the Government says the changes should not have much impact on those already with good health and safety practices.
The Tasman under-19 rugby team endured a torrid season-opener after losing 31-5 to the West Coast Heartland team in the wet at Murchison on Saturday.
Bella’s Team registered two wins and Uso Fiafia took out a hard-fought top-of-the-table clash when week four of Marlborough Volleyball’s Fairweathers Winter Leagues was played on Thursday night in Blenheim.
Marlborough gets its first taste of national provincial championship rugby for the season with the Tasman Makos and Wellington Lions spending time in the province this week ahead of their pre-season match at Lansdowne Park on Thursday.
The payoff for compelling club form is about to be rewarded as the Tasman Makos rugby selectors cast their eye over the province's emerging talent.
Letters to the editor
August marked the end of an era for a Blenheim pre-school when the founders of Montessori House of Children handed over their 20-year-old businesses to new owners.
Creditors vote in favour of repayment deal to keep Waimea Contract Carriers in business.
Two weeks of carrying the torch ahead of the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games was an amazing but exhausting experience, a Blenheim man and former medalist says.
Kiwi comedian Nick Rado, who writes for the hit TV show 7 Days, is heading to Havelock next weekend for a night of comedy and a charity auction.