Visitors in the Abel Tasman will not have to worry about wasps, thanks to an extensive control programme.
A mystery toxin is being blamed for wiping out the fish and plants in a creek north of Blenheim.
"Historically, the New Zealand landscape had always been used to promote the country as an attractive destination."
A long-standing feud was reignited after a woman found her tyres slashed. She went for revenge, and things got really nasty.
She wore the ring to remind her of the "good times" with her husband before he died.
After the hits and misses of chocolate, 'breast' and reindeer milk, will these ice creams cause as much hype?
If a new co-ordinator is not found by the end of February, the Picton Foodbank will be forced to shut its doors after more than six years of operation.
The Honey Company has changed its name and business is booming.
The centre used to be a toilet block, and was converted by staff members, with local businesses donating time and materials.
Higher than expected metered water sales and increased revenue from dump fees prop up council finances.
Marlborough man arrested for trying to start a fight with a hammer in his pocket.
4.3 magnitude aftershock hits upper South Island a day after 5.7 magnitude earthquake rocked the country.
A pet health company is researching the health benefits of greenshell mussels and other natural extracts from New Zealand.
"It's been a difficult financial journey for the club, but now we are looking towards the benefits the theatre will bring."
Overseas tourists appear to be stealing from the retailer using a method which is "advertised" online.
More than 26,000 people visited the libraries in Blenheim and Picton in December.
A Blenheim man repeatedly punched his ex-partner, threw a chair at her, and broke their daughter's Christmas present.
It could be anyone's game for a private Abel Tasman beach with plenty of interest from buyers.
Neighbouring businesses shoot down restaurant's proposal to replace car parks with outdoor dining.
Marlborough police community Constable Russ Smith breaks down recent crime in Blenheim, which includes vehicle thefts, dangerous driving and burglary.
"It is a good example of how schools can manipulate how they deliver the curriculum to lift student achievement."
An investigation into the cause of a fatal house fire at Clarence, north of Kaikoura, is ongoing.
Aftershocks of up to 4.7 magnitude expected after 5.7 magnitude earthquake hits upper South Island.
"From what I've heard, the tourism industry is finally back to where it was before the Canterbury earthquakes."
The proposed changes seek to deal with the effects of land uses, particularly farming activities, on water quality at a region-wide level.
It's hard to focus your mind on anything other than the serene beauty of nature when kayaking down the Pelorus River.
A simple test for soft plastics should ensure no banned substances end up being sent for recycling.
Kaikoura mayor Winston Gray reminds businesses of the importance of Chinese tourists as they celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Police are investigating the cause of a crash on New Renwick Rd, which left two people with minor injuries.
Fly numbers are up in Marlborough, and the humidity is causing the unwelcome guests to make repeat visits.