The owners of Ritual Cafe have got the go ahead to turn two parking spaces into dining spots.
A woman has been taken to hospital after two cars collided at a Blenheim intersection
Two mates, one with MS and the other Parkinson's, have rebuilt a classic motorbike from scrap
Three new salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds will soon be up and running
The suicide toll within the NMDHB region has risen to its second highest level
The TPP will level the playing field for wine exporters, opening up international markets and saving them millions
Technicians are working their way through the streets of Renwick this week to identify leaks in the underground water reticulation system, using acoustic detection equipment.
The Marlborough District Council has cut the interest rate it passes onto ratepayers when it borrows from the bank to pay for large infrastructure projects.
Ross Geldenhuys handed suspension for striking a player during loss to Canterbury last weekend.
Marlborough’s softballers will frolic in a new pasture this season.
A group of Marlborough riders made their mark at the Nelson area dressage group spring tournament at the weekend.
The recently-completed indoor bowls season would have to rate as one of Marlborough’s more successful in recent years, certainly judging by the state of the trophy cabinet.
Black Sticks men and women both win in Nelson on a good day for NZ hockey
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.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will deliver growth and increased investment in Marlborough, says Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce.
Three new salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds will be up and running in the very near future.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will level the playing field for wine exporters, opening up international markets and saving them millions
After all of the promises, warnings and hysteria, the culmination of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPPA) feels like something of an anti-climax.
Marlborough's Chris Bowron is a relative hobby farmer compared to his previous life when he once owned 1200 hectares in the Avon Valley.
Kaikoura bodybuilder David Burt is on a mission; to become one of the best natural bodybuilders in New Zealand.
Tight-fitting lycra, territorial magpies and a rusty old red bike were all part of a former Marlborough Boys' College student's charity cycling trip across the Australian great divide.
Sitting down to speak to Brian McNamara about Grey Power's 25-year anniversary the advocacy society president speaks about the future and makes a passionate plea for Marlburians over 50 to sign up.
Picton singing teacher Nancy Woolford says people can look forward to a sparkling concert when her students perform at St Andrew's Church next week.
Three landscape artists working in different mediums area are featured in a new exhibition at the Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery in Blenheim.