Search continues for diver missing in the outer Marlborough Sounds.
1:31 PM Marlborough had one of the smallest dairy herds in the country with 56 farms containing 21,000 cows.
1:36 PM Massive amounts of mud have slipped into the Kaikoura Canyon, killing off seabed life.
Dogs herding ducks and people throwing gumboots. Only at the rodeo.
It got a 'very poor' grade last year, but the Taylor River is 'swimmable' under new guidelines.
Neighbours used garden hoses to put out blaze in latest of suspicious Blenheim fires.
2:42 PM She was disqualified from driving after causing a crash that killed her friend. But that didn't stop her.
He bit the end off another man's nose but won't have to prove good character to stay in NZ.
The Stoke Cobras are returning to the Tasman Rugby League competition but another club is dropping out.
A thrilling finish to the Tasman secondary schools touch championships saw Garin College narrowly miss out on South Island qualification.
The Marlborough Girls' College senior A volleyball team struck first blood in the battle to claim top seeding for the national schools champs.
Bailey Cotton captured a rare double on the second day of the Athletics Nelson Club Championships.
Renwick's grasp on the Marlborough second grade Twenty20 title remains strong.
OPINION: Keeping the shellfish and seaweed harvest ban in place is a good idea, writes commercial paua diver Jason Ruawai.
Correspondents write about the MPI salmon farm relocation drop-in sessions, bank rates, Trump and the media, honorifics, tooth decay and 'the media'.
OPINION: MPI should go ahead and extend the paua harvest ban along the east coast, say commercial paua divers.
Opinion: Kiwis will be surprised to hear we have an 'Amazon-scale' ecological crisis occurring here on a similar scale.
OPINION: The Coastal Pacific Trail is one of the biggest tourism and economic opportunities of our generation.
Marlborough had one of the smallest dairy herds in the country with 56 farms containing 21,000 cows.
A small drop in income is on the cards for contractors when the Saturday rural post is dropped.
Kaikoura businesses are desperate for an extension to the wage subsidy that has kept them afloat since the November earthquake.
Tank manufacturer more than doubles workforce to get wine companies ready for harvest.
The post-quake scramble to repair tanks in time for harvest seems to have paid off.
John has loved golf since the first day he played a round, 47-years-ago.
Children share their favourite family activities - guess which one appears most often?
A musically talented teen and his tutor are celebrating after achieving top results in a music exam.
COLUMN: Seemingly disordered gardens are the best kind, writes Saturday Express gardening columnist Mandy Evans.
The optimism evaporated as they neared the Maungatapu Saddle and the clouds opened up again.