Marlborough's transport committee has approved a request from NZTA to give them access to $15m upgrading the alternative route.
They call it collision architecture, an 1850s-style settler's hut wrapped into a new boutique winery in Marlborough.
Blue lipped mussels are considered a pest by Marlborough aquaculture companies.
Entrepreneur opens his land to proposed Coastal Pacific Trail, calls for others to follow suit.
The final ship in the cruise calendar could mark the start of a long, hard winter for Picton.
Welcome mat out for 4000 temporary migrant workers and their families thanks to new immigration policy, but there's bad news for some employers.
The rise of New Zealand sauvignon blanc can be traced back to one little branch, brought over from California in 1970.
The weather in Kaikoura since the earthquake has been variable, with heavy rains causing both access roads to close.
Much of Blenheim was closed on Easter Sunday despite a new bylaw allowing shops to open.
Better vineyard practices and technology have helped the Marlborough wine industry through a sodden harvest.
Signs the Marlborough Sounds was being turned into a "cesspit" were held up.
A new option for dining in Blenheim has hit the right note. Toni Gillan was lucky enough to get a table at Cartel.
The Kmart cycle: rumour, excitement, denial, repeat.
Old notices lost in the bottom of school bags drove a Kaikoura mother to develop a school information app.
Only a "cataclysmic event, approaching biblical" can stop the Classic Fighters airshow now.
Paua industry calls for extension of agriculture relief package to cover earthquake losses.
Keeping customers happy helps CBD Cafe's Kody North enjoy every day at work.
Public hearing begins for proposed relocation of six salmon farms to high-flow sites in the Marlborough Sounds.
Villa Maria is rated in the top 4 brands in the world, along with Torres, Penfolds and Chateau Margaux.
Farming mussels has always been a haphazard affair, but now New Zealand scientists have managed to coax them to breed in captivity.
A new initiative dubbed 'Pure Marlborough Wine' aims to protect the reputation and the brand of the region's wine.
A Nelson landscape architecture firm has taken out two awards in the industry's biennial competition.
After stepping in to mediate over a contract dispute, the Labour Inspectorate discovered employment breaches.
Wet grape harvest triggers memories of 1995, possibly Marlborough's worst vintage.
The announcement the Marlborough Express will be published three times a week will have an impact on the region.
Picking up a bottle of the wine at the supermarket is common enough, but few will know how the beloved beverage gets inside its glassy container.
Marlborough wine companies bring in grapes ahead of 'D-Day' rain event threatening crop losses.
New health centre could be the answer to Marlborough's GP waiting list, sill nearby residents are not impressed.
A multi-species mix of drought tolerant arrowleaf clovers, and sub - clovers, is sown for permanent pasture in the third summer.
Consumers are "splashing out", but not everyone has more cash than they used to.