Woman drove off bridge and into power pole in Blenheim to avoid hitting a hawk.
Quentin MacDonald found out through a friend on social media that he was back in New Zealand Maori team.
Foreign companies continue to buy up land in Marlborough for vineyard expansion.
John Frederick Ericson claimed he was being held in prison under an invalid warrant.
Work and Income security guards demanding to know visitors' business is an invasion of privacy, says Blenheim woman.
Anna Higgins came home with empty arms after the birth of her daughter Ellie Mae.
4:25 PM The father of murdered Ashburton teenager Kirsty Bentley died still denying involvement in her death.
4:21 PM The rural community wants to provide a reasoned voice to debate Marlborough District Council policies and decision making, says former Kaikoura MP Colin King.
3:22 PM Several Marlborough teams were among over 400 competitors to hit the Hurunui Hills on Saturday for a test of brain and body in the Heights of Winter rogaine event.
Pelorus Speight’s Ale House looks to have booked a trip back to the premier netball ranks.
The effects of the lengthy drought and continuing feed supply and grass growth issues continue to concern farmers.
Moving into the online retail world has seen one small Marlborough-based children's clothing business get a foothold in new markets around the world.
"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.