New technology means no more manual records for top dressing operators.
Are South Island supermarket workers worth $2 less? A union says Foodstuffs thinks so.
They moved from Auckland last year and now they live and work a stone's throw from each other.
Chinese-owned Marlborough Wine Estates Group will be the third Kiwi wine company to list on the stock exchange.
New Zealand's top individual achievement awards are presented annually by Kea.
Visitors from the United Kingdom pumped more than $1 billion in the New Zealand economy last year and the tourism industry is waiting to see if the Brexit has an impact on their spending habits.
A top price of $40,000 was paid for a young Marlborough hereford bull.
Watch the step, look both ways on the driveway, use the handrail. Health and safety laws have changed the open home.
Young Marlborough bulls have attracted buyer interest from outside the region.
Polystyrene trays are being replaced with recyclable containers on supermarket shelves.
Subdivision residents claim 'fake advertising' as green space disappears from plans.
A series of drop-in sessions will give people the chance to find out about plans to close the scallop fishery in Marlborough and Nelson.
A Marlborough company that uses grape extracts in the fight against flab is selling its weight-loss capsules overseas.
A commentator says this year's grape vintage will offer a mixed bag.
Marlborough's dwindling vineyard space is being carved up by companies as the industry enters its "end game".
A decline in visitor spending in Marlborough is being chalked up to the impact of events.
Many wine consumers are now opting for "quality over quantity" when it comes to the odd tipple.
Hotel d'Urville owner wants to bring lustre back to the "old lady" of Blenheim.
Marketing and communications led the way in the nine per cent increase in jobs advertised on SEEK last month.
Attendees spent $472m here in 2015, and big things are predicted as new convention centres open.
Marlborough wine companies are in expansion mode, planting vineyards and applying for resource consents.
Reporter Oliver Lewis shares a wrap of the latest Marlborough business news.
Meeting proposes new economic development and tourism group for Marlborough.
Faster broadband access is available at peak times for Marlborough rural people.
Turns out you're not supposed to fill your wine glass all the way to the top.
The South Island has a new RSE relationship manager, and she wants to meet employers.
The commercial sector believes closures may not be necessary to ensure the future of the southern scallop fishery.
The housing market and tourism industry boosts May spending in Marlborough.
A new $60K competition recognises Marlborough sheep and beef farmers for all-round excellence.
Marlborough Sounds, Havelock and Picton business people in talks to establish tourism organisation.