A man who assaulted a stranger, punching and kicking him while he was on the ground, was convicted in the Blenheim District Court on Monday.
Essential roadworks on the storm ravaged State Highway One won't stop seal watchers being able to park up.
An open meeting will be held in Picton to gauge public opinion on upcoming celebrations for the 250th anniversary of the arrival of Captain Cook on New Zealand shores.
One of Marlborough's most popular cafes has changed hands just over a month after being put on the market, with the new owners vowing not to make any changes.
Marlborough enjoyed sunny, cool, and dry weather conditions in July, according to Blenheim Meteorological Station monthly data.
Marlborough's whitebaiters will have no excuse for fishing in the wrong areas this year after the Department of Conservation marked out no-go areas on rivers ahead of the season.
Leading criminal barrister hits out at plan to axe prosecutor role at Blenheim District Court.
Wine industry figures expect a new law clarifying a wine's origin to come into force later this year.
After being rescued twice, fisherman Stu Reardon knows first hand the value of a rescue helicopter with a winch.
A plan to link Picton and Havelock along a disused 150-year-old miners' track is starting to take shape.
A man who allegedly stole three boats in Motueka which had a combined value of $32,500 appeared via audiovisual link before Judge David Ruth at the Blenheim District Court on Monday.
The Ministry of Education has taken action following a complaint about a rural Marlborough bus stop.
A teenager who set fire to a stranger's mailbox in the early hours of the morning has avoided a conviction at the Blenheim District Court.
A cut in funded relationship counselling in Marlborough could ramp up suicide rates, homelessness and domestic violence, counsellors warn.
Marlborough businesses say they are concerned about proposed new health and safety laws, while the Government says the changes should not have much impact on those already with good health and safety practices.
August marked the end of an era for a Blenheim pre-school when the founders of Montessori House of Children handed over their 20-year-old businesses to new owners.
Marlborough's only contender for the grand final of the 2015 Smokefree Rockquest has unfortunately not made the cut, but there is still hope through the people's choice award.
A historic whey vat has been discovered during renovations to a 104-year-old former cheese factory in the Marlborough Sounds.
A severe weather watch has been issued for Marlborough, with slips and flooding possible.
Live jazz can be heard in venues around Marlborough this week when 13 secondary schools compete in the 2015 Southern Jam Youth Jazz Festival.
Two weeks of carrying the torch ahead of the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games was an amazing but exhausting experience, a Blenheim man and former medalist says.
Matthew and Kirsten Muir won't have to be mortgaged up to the hilt after moving to Marlborough.
Aucklanders taking advantage of spiralling house prices are cashing in and buying homes in Marlborough for half the price.
Blenheim's college students performed for the last time at the Marlborough Civic Theatre on Saturday and said 'goodbye' to the old girl in style.
Scott Wallis broke his leg at sea and the skipper put out a mayday call. Then the vessel started sinking.
A fishing trip took a dramatic turn when a leak and a broken leg resulted in a mayday call.
Four men have pleaded not guilty to allegations of $30 million in gaming fraud.
A Renwick couple convicted of benefit fraud robbed New Zealand taxpayers of nearly $50,000, a judge has said.
A Renwick woman has been convicted of drink driving after she was caught five times over the legal limit.
A museum specialising in the history of helicopters in New Zealand could become a reality for Marlborough.