With just seven sleeps until the big day, Blenheim businesses are hoping Christmas sales will pick up after a rather slow start.
Graduates from a new viticulture degree in Blenheim are expected to hit the ground running.
Mainstream movies to lure tourists
Picton Cinemas will start showing more mainstream movies this week after a digital upgrade.
Holiday park owners are unfairly labeling freedom campers as dirty, says Caravan Association.
Marlborough winemaker Peter Yealands may list his company on the NZX as it considers expansion plans.
Marlborough winemaker needs to increase grape supply and winegrowing land.
Dairy farmer Philip Woolley, who went into receivership last week, has leased 308 hectares of his farm land to a US wine company.
A group of Marlborough men, who put their mo-growing skills to the test, have managed to raise more than $18,000 for Movember - and they're not done yet.
Farmers sold crippling interest rate swaps disappointed with "small change" settlement of $19m.
No tree, but plenty of festive cheer in town
Blenheim business owners are encouraging others to decorate their shop windows to create Christmas spirit around town, after council decided not to have a Christmas tree this year.
Propellers and metallic engines parts on the walls are just some of the changes made to the former Argosy Restaurant.
International visitors to Marlborough spent $100 million in just one year, the latest figures show.
Chinese consul-general Jin Zhijian met with Marlborough Mayor Alistair Sowman yesterday as part of his visit to the top of the South Island.
Blenheim pubs stocking breathalysers in preparation for lower drink driving limit, which will be nearly halved on Monday.
Stadium 2000 is one of NZs busiest leisure centres, attracting 600,000 users last year.
A new Countdown supermarket in Redwoodtown is expected to create 60 extra jobs.
A large waterfront section made up of three separate titles goes up for auction in Kaikoura this week, in a rare sale of beachfront property.
Picton businesses are buzzing over plans for a multimillion-dollar gondola overlooking the Marlborough Sounds. | Gondola plan revived
Electronic spending in Marlborough up by $3m last month, compared with October last year.
Troubled dairy farmer in receivership after racking up nearly $200,000 in legal debts.
Hilltop complex 'virtually ready to go'
Former Picton motelier in talks with financiers to build a multi-million dollar gondola and hilltop restaurant.
The New World Wine Awards have been and gone, leaving us with a selection of 50 award-winning wines all available for under $25 each.
The senior marketing manager of a leading UK drinks importer is the recipient of next year's Wine Marlborough NZ-UK Link Scholarship.
With just over 14 months until the first International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration, the committee has been chosen and the dates have been set.
Environmental groups win a costs argument against NZ King Salmon in Supreme Court.