Daniel talks about sleeping under bridges, on footpaths, in toilets and shop entranceways.
An RSA volunteer has admitted stealing more than $1200.
10:37 AM Blenheim teen threatened to burn down the arresting officer's house.
10:39 AM Vanessa Beetson says she and many other Spark customers are being ripped off by their broadband plan
Burglars have stolen high value equipment for special needs students
10:45 AM Renwick is likely to face another summer of water restrictions when the drought conditions
10:05 AM The Marlborough Electric Power Trust is not holding its annual report meeting on Thursday, as reported
9:56 AM A woman is trying to reduce the amount of fresh fruit going to waste while families struggle to afford a nutritious diet
One of the bowling finds of the year, Ben Wheeler, is sidelined with a back problem.
The Marlborough 16th grade football team were only narrowly bettered by a more vaunted Canterbury Red team at the South Island Championships last week, only goal differential pushing the city side ahead in the seven-team tournament.
Nelson teams finished on top at the Marlborough Men’s Basketball Tournament and the second-year event looks set to grow following good feedback from visiting teams, according to one of the organisers.
Conditions were perfect for sailing on Saturday in Picton when 17 Queen Charlotte Yacht Club sailors raced under sunny skies and amid north-westerly winds.
Marlborough batsmen registered eleven scores of 20 or more, earning valuable early-season time in the middle, when the senior rep squad played Johnsonville Cricket Club at Horton Park in Blenheim in two matches, Saturday and Sunday.
Marlborough fathers are expected to make absolute fools of themselves this weekend as they drag their children to watch the Black Sticks Women’s team in Blenheim.
Marlborough Lines has decided to cancel its $50 rebate for power users this Christmas, and will instead hand deliver a bottle of wine to every customer in the region.
OPINION: Local MP Stuart Smith has underlined the need for good processes for discussion and feedback on the planning framework for Marlborough.
A message you are likely to see on posters and advertising soon is "1, 2, 3, where should I be?"
Saturday Express landscape writer Christo Saggers talks about how having a vibrant and engaging town centre is key to its success.
Crowds of holidaymakers thronged the streets of Picton on Monday as the biggest cruise ship season on record got underway.
Marlborough is well placed to win conference funding from central government, which is keen for marine, aviation and agribusiness events to be held in New Zealand.
Leading New Zealand wine finds it own flavour after 30 years.
The revitalisation of central Blenheim got underway this week, with work starting at Bythell Place on Monday.
An award-winning Wellington businesswoman appointed to head Wakatu Incorporation's food and beverage arm, Kono NZ.
Tight-fitting lycra, territorial magpies and a rusty old red bike were all part of a former Marlborough Boys' College student's charity cycling trip across the Australian great divide.
Picton singing teacher Nancy Woolford says people can look forward to a sparkling concert when her students perform at St Andrew's Church next week.
Three landscape artists working in different mediums area are featured in a new exhibition at the Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery in Blenheim.
Keen young Marlborough cricketers are lining up to be a part of the newly rebranded Superstar Academy.
The Picton PowerHouse has unveiled a whale carving crafted from an old tree.