11:42 AM It's been a challenging harvest, not just for the vineyard workers, but for those who feed them.
Crown alleges true control was concealed to deceive gambling authorities.
As this "cosy" meth-ridden Blenheim flat shows, people know a bargain when they see one.
Aerial drops, night operations, low-level flying: welcome to RNZAF's Exercise Skytrain.
One of NZ's leading wine producers denies allegations he illegally dumped a winemaking byproduct.
The Ministry of Education, in its "weird and wonderful ways", foots the bill for new classrooms in Blenheim.
17 min ago Huge clouds of smoke are from a farmer's burnoff, rural fire says.
Disability support workers in Marlborough will strike over national service cuts as they reach "breaking point" over the future of their jobs.
Ten top-notch gallopers will chase a $25,000 stake in the Marlborough Racing Club's feature race at Waterlea on Sunday.
Former Silver Ferns captain concerned about constant losing and lack of Canterbury netballers in Tactix.
Excuse the obvious pun, but it's clear a young Marlborough mountain biker is "Liv-ing her dream".
The return of a dozen players from last year sees the NZ King Salmon Marlborough Boys' College First XV enter their 2017 campaign with confidence this weekend.
Weekly golf notes
Correspondents write about roading, the Blenheim band rotunda, salmon farms, recycling, democracy, cell coverage, the riverside railway, illegal dumping, and means testing.
Invasive species "homogenise" indigenous environments.
OPINION: Submissions on King Salmon's application for new farms is lip service to democracy, writes Tony Orman.
Correspondents write about Anzac Day, columnist Joe Bennett, recycling in Marlborough, and Marlborough wine.
OPINION: Blenheim woman Kia King has some questions for our government departments.
It's been a challenging harvest, not just for the vineyard workers, but for those who feed them. If you call 25,000 meals challenging.
A celebrity chef could be set to help Marlborough families solve the what's for dinner dilemma.
It's time for the wine industry to step into the spotlight to be held up as the shining example it is.
An archaeologist has found the burned remains of what could be Blenheim's first building, a gin palace and general store.
Marlborough's transport committee has approved a request from NZTA to give them access to $15m upgrading the alternative route.
What's on in Marlborough this week.
A pair of Picton teenagers were selected from among 500 hopefuls to help tackle environmental issues.
An injured mother rescued by the crew of a Life Flight Westpac Rescue Helicopter is urging people to donate to this week's chopper appeal.
There is no place like home for Port Marlborough Pavilion manager Dale Ashworth.
Questions over the sudden appearance of thousands of miniscule snail shells have finally been answered.