Green coloured pellets containing 0.15 per cent 1080 won't be dropped in Marlborough until September.
Okiwi Bay residents have their fingers crossed over a decision to put a research facility in their midst.
Marlborough teenagers with mental health issues are having to wait up to six weeks to be seen.
Committee of experts to lead creation of youth centre.
Theatre trust says its operating grant pales in comparison to that of the sports stadium.
"Condensation ran like rivers across the windows."
Marlborough dairy farmer hopes to retain four farms in a refinancing deal.
Protecting patient information and gaps in medication documentation are among issues highlighted by an audit.
Woman doing 100kmh in a 30kmh zone said she did not see any signs to slow down.
A week after their son died, Graeme and Irene Percy won $540k. The grief has been in the background ever since.
Power has been cut to parts of central Blenheim
Juilliard dance student returns to Blenheim for Beauty and the Beast ballet.
Proceeds from the sale could go towards repaying the theatre trust's loans
Giving seclusion patients access to an outdoor area at a mental health unit is among recommendations made by the Ombudsman.
Former mayors think the council should bail out Blenheim's cash-strapped theatre and write off its $5.1 million debt.
Hospital staff are calling for the return of overdue physiotherapy equipment.
Former councillor Ted Howard says financial survival over winter is the biggest challenge facing Kaikoura.
Pest company creates a "virtual barrier" of bait stations and traps to eradicate predators on conservation land in Marlborough Sounds.
Kaikoura residents have been targeted by a phone scam over the past week.
Kaikoura youth take away four awards at inaugural Canterbury Youth Awards.
A Nelson dairy business consultant is in the running for a national award.
Elisha Drive residents often move house to get closer to the top of the street.
New television series shows Marlborough delicacies served by Michelin-star-trained chef.
The Blenheim Residents and Ratepayers Association has launched an online petition.
If the tumour has shrunk enough when Tyler has a scan on July 7, a doctor could remove it.
Road between Nelson and Blenheim could be upgraded as part of a $600 million safety investment.
They used to be best friends, then they bought a home brew kit.
Councillors call for theatre trust to be dissolved, and for mayor Alistair Sowman to resign over embattled theatre project.
The increasing age and health issues of its members has seen the closure of Marlborough war veterans association.
The council is faced with paying off more than $5m after it guaranteed loans from the ASB Bank and Rata Foundation.