Electricity users to wait longer for their share of Yealands deal profits, but dividend is triple last year's.
Threat of soil contamination is a pricey practice, subdivision developers say.
Detector dogs could be employed to track down the hitch-hiking intruders that could wipe out crops.
Keep the lid on one of Marlborough’s best-kept secrets
New Zealand King Salmon shares will be priced at $1.12 for its upcoming initial public offering.
Chardonnay vines are opening their leaves as Marlborough gears up for the growing season.
A Marlborough dairy farmer bought a second farm at the same time as the world milk prices dropped.
CBD Cafe, Bakery and Deli co-owner Tania Godsall talks food, customer service and her hospitality background.
Four out of five properties sold in Picton bought from outside the region.
A commercial fisherman's dream of thick shoals of flounder spawning in the Marlborough Sounds could be close to reality.
Revamped dining room hopes to attract tourists and Marlburians alike.
The two brothers earned so much money, so quickly, there were whispers they were drug runners.
Timaru stock agents Peter Walsh and Associates have a branch in Marlborough.
The store is well placed to take advantage of Marlborough's natural assets, its manager says.
Commercial and recreational sectors must work together for the paua fishery to remain sustainable, diver says.
The NZ, Australian and UK wine and spirits industries are readying a free trade agreement.
A joint report from top of the South iwi opposes a recreational fishing park in the Marlborough Sounds.
Rural roads are prone to pot holes in winter and excessive dust in summer.
Research is backing up the super food status of mussels.
A one-stop shop in central Blenheim that showcases the best of Marlborough produce and tourism.
Jucy has joined three other major campervan brands in helping authorities pursue illegal freedom camping fines.
OPINION: The Cawthron Marlborough Environment Awards is more than just a contest, writes awards co-ordinator Bev Doole.
Iconic Marlborough drinking hole the Starborough Tavern closes after decades serving the community.
But the economic loss to quota owners will be around $3 million annually.
Making great wine is only part of the wine business. There is a whole other industry getting it to the consumers.
"It's not just 200 more hives, it's the story around the environment and the iconic kind of beauty that belongs to Rainbow Station,"
All you need is a home address in either of the two regions.
A syndication model of vineyard ownership will help Marlborough wine companies free up resources.
A piece of winemaking technology that promised to revolutionise the industry has been shortlisted at the New Zealand Innovation Awards.
The Marlborough retail revival could "continue on to Christmas".