The 2015 edition of the nation's most talked about provincial rugby side is taking shape.
Two severely injured after a van rolled off the road in Awatere Valley early Sunday morning.
Scott Watson loses first hearing after serving 17 years for Olivia Hope and Ben Smart's murder.
The woman who paid for Caroline Mardon's petrol asked only one thing: pay it forward.
Police are investigating two fires in Blenheim believed to be arson.
Reaction to sale of Yealands Wine Group to Marlborough Lines mixed.
8:14 PM Abigail Maxwell still cannot believe she is the first Marlborough young winemaker of the year.
7:42 PM Ricky Wilson's photograph of the Havelock Mud Run has been recognised as picture of the day in the lead up to the New Zealand Geographic young photographer of the year award.
Marlborough Development carried a 1-0 lead to within a couple of minutes of full time against Nelson Suburbs Seals on Saturday in Blenheim, but a late equaliser from Seals meant the hosts left the field disappointed with a draw.
At the beginning of 2014 Ross Geldenhuys arrived in New Zealand looking to revitalise his rugby career.
Despite holding an 18-10 halftime lead, the NZ King Salmon Marlborough Boys’ College First XV went down 37-21 to St Bede’s College in Christchurch on Saturday, leaving them just back of the top four in the UC Championship rugby standings.
Marlborough entrepreneur Peter Yealands has sold his majority shareholding in Yealands Wine Group to Marlborough Lines.
The effects of the lengthy drought and continuing feed supply and grass growth issues continue to concern farmers.
Carolyn Robinson always wanted to be a teacher, she says.
In the fourth of a series of chats with people behind the Marlborough Book Festival, Jane Hunter shares her thoughts on reading. The managing director of Hunter's Wine, Jane is a book lover and sponsor of the festival.