Wine Marlborough's longest serving board member Ruud Maasdam is to step aside at this year's elections after 15 years.
Ward farmer Kevin Loe believes landowners in Marlborough have no reason to fear the El Nino weather conditions forecasted for the summer if they are well prepared.
A Marlborough seafood company has won recognition in a national competition promoting small to medium sized businesses.
Marlborough milk lovers can finally celebrate as the much hyped Lewis Road Creamery chocolate milk arrives on South Island shores from Wednesday.
Food industry businesses in Marlborough should transition smoothly into the new regime of food safety regulations, a council officer says.
A Marlborough chef and business owner has set himself the lofty goal of seeing his spice mixes being sold overseas within the next year.
Marlborough Lines crews have completed the latest upgrade to electricity supply for residents in the Wairau Valley.
A law change giving councils the power to allow trade on Easter Sunday is "terrific news", says Marlborough Mayor Alistair Sowman.
Former Kaikoura MP Colin King will chair a new rural advisory group formed to lobby the Marlborough District Council on rural community issues.
Warm, dry weather conditions in Marlborough may be slowing grass growth but it is helping lambing on farms around the region, say farmers.
After years of contraction the scallop industry in the top of the south looks set for better days.
Marlborough has been placed bottom of the pile when it comes to pay.
A Marlborough Sounds mussel company has entered a prestigious South Island farming award.
Picton's first backpackers is to be demolished and replaced with a pay and display car park.
Picton businesses are gearing up for what is expected to be a busy summer, which will be boosted by the biggest cruise ship season yet.
Marlborough winemaker hopes to change tastebuds and attitudes with alcohol-free grape juice made to Jewish standards.
Australian-based Treasury Wine Estates, producer of Matua Wines' Marlborough sauvignon blanc, has posted a net profit of $77.6 million, up $178.5m on the previous year.
An Auckland doctor offering advice to farmers on healthy living says the dairy industry's problems are cyclic and will get better.
A landmark study into the spending habits of Kiwi tourists in Marlborough has given operators and promoters the most in-depth look at the market yet, the region's tourism boss says.
A new internet provider has been set up in Marlborough to cater for rural residents and businesses wanting high speed access to the web.
US drinkers prepared to pay more for a premium drop of Marlborough's "unique" sauvignon blanc, industry representative says.
The mental and physical well being of farmers will come under the spotlight at a two-day training workshop in Blenheim.
A frosty Marlborough vineyard in winter is a world away from an aqua blue Tongan atoll for seasonal worker Atu Ala.
Craft beer brewer "quietly chuffed" brand plagiarised in China.
A new low-cost wheelie bin scheme has proved popular in Blenheim in its first week of operation.
Cloudy Bay Vineyards has been given the go ahead from the Overseas Investment Office to buy freehold land for sauvignon blanc planting.
Employees at The Warehouse in Blenheim downed tools and took to the street to demand a "living wage".
A slew of cycling projects looking for Marlborough District Council funding will have to be prioritised because of budget constraints.
An Australian based company has reached an agreement to buy over 4000 hectares of Marlborough forestry land.