You could be living next to a brothel and be none the wiser.

Are you living next to a brothel?

Marlborough residents could be living next door to a brothel without knowing it.

DHB backs down

Wairau Hospital, Blenheim

NMDHB rejects claims board workers are being employed on zero-hour contracts.

Water ban lifted

Water restrictions in Renwick have been lifted after a three-month ban on watering gardens.

Brutal rape denied

A ''evil'' man has denied the "prolonged and brutal rape" of a sex worker in a motel.

Car parks upset Blenheim retailers 

Blenheim retailers are upset with seven DHB-only car parks provided by council.

Dangers of deep sea drilling

An Official Information Act request has revealed a series of serious incidents on deep sea oil drilling ships in New Zealand waters.

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Remembering sacrifice

Returned and Services Assocation president John Forrest and Marlborough mayor Alistair Sowman lay wreaths during a field of remembrance ceremony at Marlborough Girls College.

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.

Riverside redevelopment plans revealed

Concept plans for Blenheim's $24 million riverside precinct 

Picton library could liven suffering street

Council reviewing election system


MBC sails to best result in 20 years

Marlborough Boys' College under orange sails in the 420 Team Sailing Nationals on Lake Taupo last week.

Marlborough Boys College finished third in the country at at the 420 Team Sailing Nationals - booking themselves a trip to Australia.

Junior football kicks off

Junior football's 2015 season got off to a flying start in Marlborough on Saturday.

Weekly golf notes

Weekly golf results and notes.


Camera footage defies belief

Demonstrators march toward the Ferguson Police Station in a protest against police brutality in the wake of 18-year-old Michael Brown's death.

Twenty-three years after Rodney King we are being confronted, almost on a daily basis, with footage of American police brutality.

Letters to the editor

More correspondence from Express readers on local and national talking points.

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - MARCH 10:  New Zealand Prime Minister John Key talks to the media while Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy looks on at Parliament House on March 10, 2015 in Wellington, New Zealand. Fonterra and Federated Farmers received anonymous letters in November last year, threatening to contaminate baby formula with 1080 unless New Zealand stopped using the poison for pest control by the end of March.  (Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)

Key shows ignorance

John Key picked a bad time to forget the name of the ISIS leader. And he picked the worst time to not care he didn't know.


'Fair approach' needed - Key

Cycle World Blenheim owner Ray Dunstan says Easter trading laws are unfair.

Prime Minister John Key says the government is reviewing Easter trading laws. 

Economic boost of wine festival tallied

Visitors to Marlborough's biggest party spent more than $1.3 million and contributed almost $800,000 to the region's GDP.

Production has stopped at the seafood company's plant in Riccarton.

Sanford closes plant video

Mussel processor shuts Christchurch plant at a cost of more than $2m in exit pay, cutting 232 jobs.

Your Marlborough

Diabetes drop-in session for 'peace of mind'

Diabetes Marlborough support officer Chris Robb with a CareSens meter.

Diabetics will be able to find out about new technology used to monitor their condition during a drop-in session on Thursday. 

Stories of the fallen video

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.

Rochelle Webb with some of the items that will be auctioned off at a fundraiser for her niece at the Woodbourne Tavern on Friday.

Auction to raise funds for Jaidyn

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. 

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