Companion planting is a bit of a buzz word in the vegetable garden.
Three years as an alto singer with Bella Voce has enhanced Mo Gibson's time at Marlborough Girls' College.
Blenheim is ranked as one of online travel organiser Trip Advisor's top 10 NZ destinations for 2013
Nelson crowds are in for a preview of some new songs from Marlborough musician Clara van Wel when she performs there tonight.
Zinfandel - pronounced exactly as it is spelt - is an exotic sounding varietal that ticks all the boxes
My family enjoys a vegetarian meal at least once a week.
GEOFF GRIGGS - The Marlborough ExpressIf there was an award for the world's wackiest beer glass it would surely go to the Belgian brewer Bosteels.
Nine NZ wines listed on the Decanter World Wine Awards website as having won regional trophies
Lawson's have picked up the trophy for producing the best sauvignon blanc at the International Wine Challenge
May is a good month to have a good tidy up in the vegetable garden.
Toni and Blair Newton just wanted to get married, but first he had to beat cancer.
Eleven American travel agency owners and managers enjoyed Marlborough
A group of Marlborough girls are hoping a four-day trip to Wellington will make them BFFs
MATT LAWREY - The Marlborough ExpressThe most socially irresponsible film of the year has arrived.
There was no shortage of bribery and corruption at the Ashwood Park Painted Pumpkin Competition
The Tres Cordes concert contained two distinct sections
International comedian Rob Harris has joined the line-up of comedians set to perform in Picton
The Moscow Ballet's performance of The Nutcracker in Blenheim next Tuesday is already a sellout.
Song of the Penguins gives an outdoor feeling to pieces on the programme for a St Andrew's Concert
Rachel Dawick and Jon Sanders will be at Le Cafe, Picton, on Wednesday night with songs of love, loss, gold digging and missionaries in their "Boundary Riders" tour.
Two tall steel walls reach forward as I approach The Shack, both burnt orange with rust
Recalling his first rail-ferry crossing in 1962, ROY SINCLAIR makes the trip half a century later
Visitors to The Food Show Wellington can taste a brand new product range before it even hits the supermarket shelves.
The first run of Marlborough 2013 sauvignon blanc was bottled last week, about two months earlier than usual.
The prestigious Peters Doig Art Awards Exhibition was dominated by Marlborough artists this year
A group of prominent Kiwi artists have put paint to canvas to help support a national whale centre for Picton.
Public art expert is eyeing more buildings to make the ultimate canvas for a large-scale public art project.
NAOMI ARNOLD - © Fairfax NZ NewsLet's get one thing straight. "Raw food is not a fad any more," Sarah Tarrylea says
The kiwano is also known as the horned melon and is subtropical. Apparently it is related to cucumber.
Boxes of wool and an array of knitting needles are arranged beside the Knit, Natter and Needle group at the Bethsaida Retirement Home.
Musical tales of pioneer women will be told when The Boundary Riders is performed by Rachel Dawick in Blenheim tomorrow night and Picton on Wednesday.
Childhood memories of Marlborough made it easy for Nelson artist Lee-Ann Dixon to accept an invitation to join others showing their works in Negotiating this World, a fundraising exhibition for the Millennium Art Gallery in Blenheim.
OPINION: Michael Donaldson says we should raise a glass to the 10th birthday of Moa, the only brewery listed on the NZX.
There's nothing quite like the smell of a fresh truffle for Rai Valley woman Tracy Billingsley.
After eight weeks of points, plies, lunging, 60 performers are ready to show off their entry to Stage Challenge
There are hundreds of wine varieties in the world, but today is International Sauvignon Blanc Day
Coffee lovers in Marlborough will have a chance to help other less fortunate people enjoy a cup.
JAN BILTON - The Marlborough Express‘Tis the season of the crockpot and one-pot dinners
what is NZ food? Kumara? Mussels? Apples? Lamb? Feijoas? Hokey pokey icecream? Weetbix or Marmite?
I have no personal recollections of NZ beer's dark ages; the decades before the arrival of small craft breweries.
The harvest almost over and rain setting in, Peter and his partner, Kris, headed north
20 of the 38 gold medals awarded at the International Wine Challenge in London went to NZ wine
Images face the wall at the Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery on Friday when a photographer arrives to take a promo picture of the Peters Doig Art Awards Exhibition.
From Moenui to New York, Marlborough artist Rick Edmonds' work is receiving wide recognition.
Contemporary stories of two artists' Samoan heritage are told through colours, textures and symbols used in their works.
Ever dreamed of being on stage?
A good rule of thumb is that you should spend about 10% of the overall value of your property on landscaping.
Colour, energy and surprises
The thing about Joseph is that no matter how many times you've seen it, there's always fresh and different.
Catchy tunes leave theatre patrons humming their way home after watching Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Writers who like the idea of penning words in verse can sign up for a poetry workshop in Blenheim next weekend.