Gale-force winds blow over caravan and send a tourist falling off a mountain track.
The Arahura ferry has been sold to an overseas buyer and is destined for the scrap yard.
A teenager has been flown to hospital after suffering a spinal injury in a skiing accident.
Nearly 100 young Marlborough hockey players got the chance to rub shoulders with the Black Sticks women squad during a coaching session at Blenheim's College Park on Friday evening.
Marlborough winegrowers are preparing for the strongest El Nino summer since the extreme 1997/98 event, which cost New Zealand hundreds of millions of dollars in drought-destroyed crops.
Blenheim pedestrians do not know how to use courtesy crossings, a road safety expert says.
A Blenheim woman has been charged with illegally supplying pain medication.
After 50 years of fishing, the first day of trout season still brings excitement to a retired Blenheim angler.
New rules for raw milk would ensure suppliers are verified for food hygiene and safety.
A new garden project is helping Marlborough residents to stay healthy.
Blenheim on track to regain record for sunshine, moving ahead of perennial rivals Whakatane and Nelson.
A Blenheim man's final request before he died was to have his house auctioned off with the proceeds going to charity.
Labour MP Jacinda Ardern has backed an overhaul of Child, Youth and Family in a speech to Blenheim community workers on Thursday.
Frozen meals delivered under a new national health board contract will be more nutritious than those presently on offer, the region's health boss says.
The revitalisation of central Blenheim got underway this week, with work starting at Bythell Place on Monday.
An international cricketing great is joining forces with the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.
Commercial and recreational scallopers are at odds over the quota in the Marlborough Sounds. .
Complaints about poor communication and disrespectful staff attitudes are among concerns about the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board fielded by a national health watchdog.
A great-grandfather has become an honorary life member of Coastguard Marlborough after decades of search and rescue missions and hundreds of lives saved.
The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board may move to extend its ban on sugary drinks, the board's principal dental officer says.
Sauvignon blanc producers from around the world will gather in Marlborough next year for the inaugural International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration.
Marlborough wine exporters will find it easier to move into the South Korean market after a bill was passed last week that brings the elimination of tariffs one step closer.
More than 235 years after Captain James Cook sailed into the Marlborough Sounds, a descendant of the 18th century Pacific explorer has followed in his wake.
The Marlborough Primary Health Organisation has agreed to supply homeless people with vouchers for a free GP visit.
Marlborough District Council's commercial arm wanted to appoint the council's retiring chief executive to the board of Port Marlborough without publicly advertising the position, council papers reveal.
Speculation continues to grow over Kaikoura's civic centre project, predominantly because of the council's perceived secrecy.
A Marlborough property being prepared as a venue for the annual Garden Marlborough event has been given an early seal of approval.
A 25-year-old man convicted of sexual offending against a minor has been sentenced to home detention.
Regulations governing the sale and supply of alcohol remain unchanged in Marlborough, with the council still deliberating over a new policy.
Blenheim's volunteer fire service has returned the town's fire siren to its traditional perch atop the fire tower.