Securing government research funding will help unlock Marlborough's economic potential, says Gerald Hope
Many animal cruelty complaints are about smaller lifestyle blocks, not big farms, vet says.
A Marlborough dairy farmer has warned of a future shortage of available grazing land in the region as vineyards expand.
The Wine Marlborough board has four new members after being voted in by wineries and grapegrowers earlier this month.
Three new salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds will be up and running in the very near future.
Blenheim Jaycar Electronics store has beaten out other Jaycar stores take out a national award
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will deliver growth and increased investment in Marlborough, says Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will level the playing field for wine exporters, opening up international markets and saving them millions
After all of the promises, warnings and hysteria, the culmination of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPPA) feels like something of an anti-climax.
Marlborough's Chris Bowron is a relative hobby farmer compared to his previous life when he once owned 1200 hectares in the Avon Valley.
Owners of an old warehouse that has been demolished in Blenheim are "sad to see it go".
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.
Marlborough wine exporters will find it easier to move into the South Korean market after a bill was passed last week that brings the elimination of tariffs one step closer.
Bathurst Resources is refusing to give details of the settlement it reached with its former chief executive after revealing it wrote off $510,000 he owed the company.
Marlborough winemakers have taken out a string of awards at this year's New World Wine Awards in Wellington.
A Marlborough airline is making it easier for winemakers and tourists to travel between the two largest wine producing regions in the country.
The first frosts of the growing season have seen helicopters take to the skies in Marlborough but winemakers are not worrying yet.
Bathurst Resources continues to rack up losses, forcing the company to once again defend whether it can consider itself a going concern.
A workshop helping Marlborough winegrowers build their brand and expand into overseas markets is planned for November.
The Marlborough Tour Company has beaten out other tourism operators to secure funding helping them tap into the growing Chinese market.
The spirits of Marlborough farmers have been lifted by heavy rainfall in the region, but few are sitting back.
The receivership of Marlborough's Isabel Estate Vineyard is drawing to a close, but the wine company still owes more than $4.5 million.
A Marlborough company is convinced kombucha, or fermented tea, is about to take off in a big way.
Tourism New Zealand has paired up with the Marlborough Convention Bureau to help bring more conferences to the region.
A Picton sign company is taking an innovative approach to boat design by wrapping them in vinyl.
The Marlborough economy is well placed to weather economic challenges during the next 12 months, economists say.