02062015 News. Photo: Sven Herselman Marlborough Express. Blenheim man Dale Johnston with the small pile of firewood he has left after the bulk of his store was stolen while he was out.

Firewood stolen from beneficiary

Blenheim man faces struggle to keep warm over winter after thieves stole his firewood.

Debt levels 'alarming'

051113 News Photo:Emma Allen/Marlborough Express/Fairfax NZ. Marlborough Chamber of Commerce has a new general manager Hamish MacFarlane.

Council debt is rising at an alarming rate and big projects should be put on hold, Chamber of Commerce says.

Urgent need for homeless shelter

Over 50 people are living on Blenheim's streets, former homeless woman says.

Council sorry for grave mistake

A Blenheim woman had to dig a family member's grave after a Timaru cemetery mix-up.

NZGT winner off to Cambridge

NZ's Got Talent winner Clara van Wel is heading to England to study at Cambridge University. 

Debate over council CEO panel

Council panel to appoint new CEO should include primary industries, say businessmen.

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Marlborough happier than Nelson

Marlborough has pipped Nelson in the happiness stakes.

5:57 PM  Marlborough has pipped neighbouring Nelson in the happiness stakes. 

Picton bunker used for sex and crime

6:00 PM  The "criminally inclined" are drawn to a bunker on Picton's foreshore, says Marlborough's top cop.

Blenheim furniture store wins national award

National plaudits for Blenheim's riverside railway

Sport

Rai Valley students selected

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RAI SMILES: Jarod Bryant, left, and Josh Craddock, from Rai Valley Area School have been selected into the Top of the South/Canterbury Area School Team to attend the national area schools tournament in Wanganui in July. Bryant will represent the team in rugby while Craddock will take part in kia rahi. Seven students from Rai Valley attended trials at Tapawera Area School.

Youngsters relish sporting life

Junior rugby and football players were kept busy on Marlborough's sports fields at the weekend.

Express Trophy

Rugby player points awarded

Midfielders dominated the points in the Marlborough Express Club Rugby Player of the Year competition at the weekend.

Opinion

OPINION: Banging heads over cod

Blue cod fish

OPINION: On the release of the Marlborough Sounds Blue Cod Consultation Document it would be wonderful to announce that something meaningful and sustainable had come from this six year process, however...

Honours should be based on merit

OPINION: Queen's birthday honours should be awarded on merit, not politics

Jane Henley is the former chief executive officer of the World Green Building Council (WGBC).

OPINION: Out of challenge comes opportunity

Jane Henley continues the series on growing the Marlborough economy and doing good at the same time.

Business

Mortgage advisor reverts to original name

Mortgage Room owners Robyn and Paul Fuller have reverted back to the former name of their mortgage advisory business.

5:20 PM  Blenheim mortgage advisor has returned to the company's original name to re-brand his new business.

Arthur Devine returns to Blenheim

A well known Marlborough hairstylist and business owner has staked his claim back in central Blenheim after a near three year absence.

Marlborough wine is proving increasingly popular in the United States

Marlborough wines increase US sales

Marlborough wine proves popular with American drinkers with two brands growing sales by nearly 20 per cent in the past 12 months.

Your Marlborough

Pre-school to tend trees

Whales Tales children Hunter Rae, left, Zion Anglem-Clarke,  Alexis Magon  and Jah Malakai, at back, were some of the 20 children at the pre-school who helped Kaikoura Lions Club members plant the first of the shrubs beside St Paul's Track where it passes their building. Assisting them were club members Melville Syme, left, Bernie Teen  and Bob Ealam.

Future generations of children from Whales Tales pre-school will be guardians of the shrubs planted at the South Bay end of the newly opened St Paul's Track.

Be positive, stay alive

Ted Howard was diagnosed with melanoma in July 2008

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Fewer return Kaikoura satisfaction survey

Fewer responses were received to the 2015 residents and ratepayers' satisfaction than in the past two years.

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