Havelock officer retires
Senior Constable Maurice Horne never intended to stay in Havelock for more than two years.
The trust that owns 21 hectares of land next to Omaka airfield is applying for approval to subdivide and sell the land.
A man charged with two counts of indecently assaulting a boy under the age of 12 was granted interim name suppression in the Blenheim District Court yesterday.
Rain, wind and even snow forecast for election day could put a dampener on voter turnout.
Police have seized thousands of dollars in cash and drugs in a raid on a Kaikoura property.
Nine candidates are standing in the Kaikoura electorate and another six are contesting the Te Tai Tonga seat in next month's general election.
Marlborough will never get the organised stroke service the Ministry of Health wants while there is a shortage of physiotherapists and occupational therapists, a Wairau Hospital doctor says.
DHB chief criticises region's surgeons for creating backlog by cherry-picking patients.
New Zealand King Salmon's eight Marlborough Sounds farms are compliant with their resource consent conditions
The expansion of salmon farming in the Marlborough Sounds could see a processing plant set up in Picton
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