Ohau Point, Kaikoura, mid 2015 sea damage to road before August repairs

Repairs won't impact seal watchers

Roadworks on storm ravaged SH1 won't stop seal watchers being able to park up.

Wine boss apologises

NZ Winegrowers have apologised after comments made by its chief executive Philip Gregan at a recent conference in Blenheim drew an angry response on social media.

NZ Winegrowers apologise for remark made by CEO at wine conference.

'Don't rush decision', ministry told

Marlborough Boys' College won't be "rattling the cages" of the Ministry of Education.

Helen's long walk to health

In February, Helen Mason couldn't walk far without stopping. Now she's doing a half-marathon.

Attack on stranger

A man who punched and kicked a man who was on the ground has been convicted of assault.

Boundaries for whitebait season

Marlborough's whitebaiters will have no excuse for fishing in the wrong areas this year.

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Council keen to celebrate Cook anniversary

Captain James Cook.

9:23 PM  Marlborough should play a major part in the 250th anniversary celebrations commemorating Captain Cook arriving in New Zealand.

Harnessing solar energy slashed electricity bill

The Marlborough District Council is to double the amount it can lend ratepayers to help make their homes warmer.

Blenheim bars undecided on Rugby World Cup games

Top chef gives meaty lesson in Marlborough


Meeting the Makos face to face

Testing their mettle against Makos players Tim Perry, Vernon Fredericks and Jake Stafford-Wood, nearest camera at right, are Marlborough players Sam Neal, from the Moutere under-11.5 team, nearest camera left,Teri Climo from the Harlequins under 8s and William Rouse from the Renwick under-11.5 side.

It was “fins up” all around when over 300 young Marlborough rugby fans met their Makos heroes after school at Blenheim’s Lansdowne Park on Wednesday.

Titles decided at the Tasman secondary schools hockey tournament

Marlborough Boys College confirmed their favouritism while honours were shared in the girls' competition when the Tasman secondary schools hockey tournament ended at Saxton Oval on Wednesday.

Marlborough Girl's College players celebrate after scoring a goal against Nelson College for Girls during the Tasman secondary schools hockey championships at Saxton Turf on Tuesday.

MBC hockey team come out on top

Marlborough Boys' College confirmed their favouritism, while honours were shared in the girls' competition when the Tasman secondary schools hockey tournament ended at Saxton Oval on Wednesday.


Chance for potential Tasman Makos to show wares

Big English lock Will Carrick-Smith gets his chance to impress against Manawatu.

The payoff for compelling club form is about to be rewarded as the Tasman Makos rugby selectors cast their eye over the province's emerging talent.

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

02072015 news supplied. Generic image of a letter being posted in a NZ Post letter box ahead of changes to delivery schedules.

Letters to the editor

Readers write in about the Picton Library and the councillors abstaining from voting on the civic theatre.


Cafe owner's frenzied first year

Raupo Cafe owner Stephane Ughetto, with son Kaidin, celebrate one year of ownership at the popular Blenheim eatery.

Stephane Ughetto's first year at Raupo has been a testing introduction to owning a restaurant.

New owners for Blenheim Montessori school

August marked the end of an era for a Blenheim pre-school when the founders of Montessori House of Children handed over their 20-year-old businesses to new owners.

New Ritual Cafe owners Del Lowther and Dave Lowther took over the business this month.

New owners for Ritual cafe

One of Marlborough's most popular cafes has changed hands just over a month after being put on the market, with the new owners vowing not to make any changes.

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Book sale preparations underway

Blenheim Lions' Club president John Winder and club member Lindsay Moir, front, sort through some of the books donated for next week's sale.

14 min ago  Preparations for the third annual Beavertown and Blenheim Lions' Club book fair are going well, organisers say. 

Nothing compares to Arahura job

The interisland passenger ferry Arahura's last sailing brought back the memories for Blenheim resident Peter Cowan.

Former Marlborough Boys' College student and top New Zealand chef Marc Soper gives a cooking demonstration during his tour of Asia last month.

Top chef gives meaty lesson in Marlborough

One of Marlborough's top culinary exports will be returing to his hometown to pass on some of his skills at a meat inspired food workshop.

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