Marilyn, left, and Kevin O'Donnell will be at Cave Creek to mark the 20th anniversary of the tragedy. Marilyn is the mother of Cave Creek victim De-Anne Reid.

Mum still grieves daughter

Blenheim woman will revisit Cave Creek site of a deady viewing platform collapse 20 years ago.

Wairau rubbish dump

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Illegal dumping of rubbish on the banks of the Wairau River.
Danielle Sandall

People using Wairau riverbanks as a dumping ground digusts woman.

Rare turtle could be left to rot gallery

A  two-metre long leatherback turtle has washed ashore in Pelorus Sound.

Radio ham listens to Nepal disaster

Blenheim amateur radio enthusiast listens in on emergency calls from Nepal.

Retailers close for Anzac Day

Many Blenheim retailers decided to close for the public holiday.

Grape spills tumble in Marlborough

Sixteen trucks spilled grapes on Marlborough roads during this year's harvest.

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News

Rain floods homes, businesses gallery video

Mud covers Wright St in Wellington's Mt Cook.

9:41 AM  Accident and Urgent Medical Centre closes while 27 flooded buildings attended to in two hours.

Principal cherishes Gallipoli visit

Marlborough Girls' College principal says Anzac Day in Gallipoli "once-in-a-lifetime'' event.

Kiwi missing in Nepal

Zumba takes over Blenheim park

Sport

Finalists pick up where they left off

Annalise Ramaki makes a play for the ball during her Harlequins First National side's 34-20 loss to Tokomaru Toot n' Whistle in the opening week of grade one netball for the season at Horton Park on Saturday.

8:48 AM  Both of last season’s finalists got off to winning starts in Marlborough grade one netball on Saturday.

Volleyball standings tighten up

The Woodbourne Cannons were forced to hand all three points to their opponents, tightening the president's grade standings.

Arotea Kiwi double goalscorer Emma Mills blasts the ball past her Tasman White opponent Julia Edwards at Saxton Fields on Sunday.

One up, one down for Arotea Kiwi

Marlborough’s leading hockey players returned to action over Anzac Weekend.

Opinion

We must remember them

Poppies on a war memorial

Editorial: Large numbers marked Anzac Day by attending services in Marlborough.

Letters to the editor

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

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

More correspondence from readers on local and national talking points.

Business

Utes popular in Marlborough

Blenheim Toyota salesman Scott McDermid says sales for utes are improving.

Utes prove the vehicle of choice for Marlborough drivers

Hard work continues after harvest

Chloe Winter goes behind the scenes post-harvest at Whitehaven.

Jackson Estate managing director Jeff Hart with a model of their proposed boutique winery on Jacksons Road outside Blenheim.

Hobbit designer behind winery

A boutique winery similar to a 1850s bush hut is planned for Marlborough. 

Your Marlborough

Orchestra offers varied programme

Samara Lloyd, playing 1st violin, during a rehearsal for the civic orchestra's autumn show.

9:00 AM  The second public concert by the new Marlborough Civic Orchestra will be performed at the Wesley Centre this weekend.

Blenheim woman all about brands

The competitive world of sales and marketing, is all about keeping customers.

Budding yachties Liam and Rhys Blackmore.

The outdoor classroom inspiring Kiwi kids

An outdoor classroom in the Marlborough Sounds has been built on community spirit, goodwill and hard work.

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