Marlborough residents could be living next door to a brothel without knowing it.
NMDHB rejects claims board workers are being employed on zero-hour contracts.
Water restrictions in Renwick have been lifted after a three-month ban on watering gardens.
A ''evil'' man has denied the "prolonged and brutal rape" of a sex worker in a motel.
Blenheim retailers are upset with seven DHB-only car parks provided by council.
An Official Information Act request has revealed a series of serious incidents on deep sea oil drilling ships in New Zealand waters.
Marlborough Returned and Services Assocation president John Forrest and Marlborough Mayor Alistair Sowman lay wreaths during a field of remembrance ceremony at Marlborough Girls College on Tuesday.
Concept plans for Blenheim's $24 million riverside precinct
Marlborough Boys College finished third in the country at at the 420 Team Sailing Nationals - booking themselves a trip to Australia.
Junior football's 2015 season got off to a flying start in Marlborough on Saturday.
Twenty-three years after Rodney King we are being confronted, almost on a daily basis, with footage of American police brutality.
More correspondence from Express readers on local and national talking points.
Prime Minister John Key says the government is reviewing Easter trading laws.
Visitors to Marlborough's biggest party spent more than $1.3 million and contributed almost $800,000 to the region's GDP.
Diabetics will be able to find out about new technology used to monitor their condition during a drop-in session on Thursday.
5:00 AM Twenty nine men from the Central and Kenepuru Sound lost their lives while serving for New Zealand during World Wars I and II. Kat Duggan took a trip to meet a Kenepuru man who has dedicated much of the past year to learning their stories.
A cattle beast, a signed Warriors jersey and a day's labour by 10 vineyard workers are among auction items that will go under the hammer on Friday at a fundraising event for Blenheim girl Jaidyn Webb and her family.