High air fares and a lack of options has one Blenheim company looking to recruit in Nelson.
A site visit showed the wine entrepreneur had already started his plans, something "you're not supposed to do" without consent.
Kaikoura residents who were cut off in last year's earthquake want to see a community radio station back in the town.
Organisers behind Marlborough's first ever Earth Day celebration are calling for the council to switch on to greener alternatives.
B-trains and B-drivers don't mix on the South Island's new "white-knuckle highway".
The Horwells' two hectare, 450-tree orchard can produce four tonnes of hazelnuts a year.
Is there enough accommodation for the influx of workers needed to meet housing demand?
Hundreds of new jobs created in Marlborough, with hundreds more in the pipeline.
THE GREEN ISSUE: Wine business recognised for being environmentally switched on.
THE GREEN ISSUE: Streetlights and floodlights are the company's next focus.
THE GREEN ISSUE: Some vineyards might think they are water efficient, but "even professional athletes have coaches".
THE GREEN ISSUE: Desire to highlight positives of dairying drives Marlborough farmers.
Talk of flight cancellations and delays are on the rise, but the figures don't back it up.
Three separate wheelie bins for three different colours of glass, collected as recycling. Well, that was the plan.
More outdoor seating for al fresco dining is high on the wish list for the new owners of a central Blenheim bar.
THE GREEN ISSUE: Holistic health hub heralds packaging that disintegrates in water.
Bare grey walls provide blank canvas for street art, says councillor.
A Marlborough Sounds cheese company has been making a big impact at a national cheese competition.
Big honey company lands in Kaikoura.
Helping keep drivers fuelled-up with coffee and food has proven a popular business idea for Tumaara Jones.
Companies hiring migrant workers on Government-sponsored work scheme breach employment law.
Seasonal fluctuations in tourist numbers are a challenge for disaster planning, Stats NZ says.
Deductions for accommodation and petrol eat into vineyard workers' pay, but are they always fair?
Farmers prepared to risk $20,000 fine by moving stock without council permission.
Champion jersey bull enjoys the limelight
"We are challenged every night on the road and every day with what the roads are coping with."
A developer hopes a new retail centre in Redwoodtown will help make the suburb more of a destination.
Renovation ready in time for their biggest day of the year, St Patrick's Day.
Seddon wine company leaves emergency pack for every household in town.
A limited edition rose wine has raised more than $15,000 for a Marlborough kindergarten.