There is huge potential to increase the value of New Zealand wine by drawing on untapped international markets
'Money goes round and round, and when it's not, guess who suffers - the retailers'
Marlborough has valuable resources and if it does not make the decisions about them, people in other places will
The Budget at least moved towards tackling some social issues, while also offering some relief to boost business growth.
There's nothing quite like the smell of a fresh truffle for Rai Valley woman Tracy Billingsley.
Legal challenges to NZ King Salmon's Marlborough Sounds expansion could cause staff cuts
The area of land dedicated to grapes in Marlborough has tripled since 2002 while sheep numbers have declined
The Marlborough economy has generally out-performed the national economy over the past 10 years
Finance Minister Bill English is preparing to deliver his fifth Budget for the Government this afternoon
Vineyard developments are starting to roll out in a fresh sign of renewed confidence in the wine industry
The value of Marlborough's residential property is recovering at a slow, steady rate
The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre Trust set themselves of 30,000 visitors a year within five years.
'People with an entrepreneurial spirit are sensing the opportunity and deciding to make a go of it'
Nelson has beaten Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown to be named NZ's top "eTown" by Google
Award-winning techniques balance environmental, safety and production priorities
We're really proud of the result
Robinson Construction Ltd scooped two bronze awards in the inaugural NZ Commercial Project Awards.
Michael Giles says he could not have bought his first home under new home lending rules announced last week.
350 construction workers are in town for the Certified Builders' Association annual conference
A Mt Lyford company is seeking resource consent to take water from an alpine stream to bottle and sell.
High quality produce, good staff and loyal customers are the key ingredients for a good pie.
Grapevine contractors are getting a head start on pruning to beat the wet winter weather.
Blenheim motels are nearly booked out as competitors and their supporters start arriving in town today for the Saint Clair Half Marathon.
Home buyers will face higher interest rates if they want to borrow more than 80% of a home's value
There were 2347 people on benefits in Marlborough in March this year compared to 2409 in March 2012
Work is under way on the new 6000-tonne capacity Babich Winery in the Cloudy Bay Business Park
Sections are selling even before titles have been released in the latest stage of the Boulevard Park subdivision
Word of mouth keeps restaurant busy
The future of the hospitality industry looks to be in good hands if the Rata Room is anything to go by
Studies into wine industry by-products show grape skins and seeds could have a future as bio-fuels and feed
A Korean fishing company running charter vessels in New Zealand has won this year's annual "Roger Award" for the worst transnational corporation in the country.
25 people travelled to a forest above the Onamalutu Valley to inspect an award-winning logging operation
One of the most "intense" harvests Marlborough has experienced.
The Jolly Roger Bar & Cafe at Waikawa Marina in Picton is to have its liquor license suspended for 24 hours
Electronic payment transactions in Marlborough jumped 5 per cent in January to April
About 4000 new houses are going to be needed in Blenheim over the next 20 years
It's not over yet. MasterChef MasterClass at Wither Hills on TV1 at 7.30pm on Saturday
Buying your first home should be one of life's most exciting experiences but it can also be stressful and confusing
Council approved 122 building consents last month, valued at $10.7 million
Chartered flight operators Ridge Air are operating Monday and Friday flights from Blenheim to Christchurch
By weight, saffron is the world's most expensive spice, so growing your own obviously makes sense.
Steven Joyce has challenged Marlborough to capture the economic opportunities created by Asian economies
Pay rates for Marlborough district councillors and the mayor will increase after the council elections in October.
It's business as usual for the Port Aquaculture NZ despite harvesting bans in 80 to 90% of its area
A Blenheim fishing company has extended its search for surf clams to Foxton Beach
Farmer Tahi Doonan starts with a Google search if he's looking for information about deer farming.
Yealands Estate and Kaikoura coastal guardians Te Korowai are finalists in the annual Green Ribbon Awards
Taxpayers are about to pump an extra $3.1 million into into the pay packets of local politicians.
Pernod Ricard ordered to pay almost $20,000 to a former vineyard manager for unjustified dismissal.
Young people in Marlborough appear divided about being paid less than their older counterparts
Blenheim Pak 'n Save staff were unlikely to follow the protest by some of their Auckland counterparts
Mussel farmers will probably have to learn to live with their farms being shut from late summer to autumn