Sophie MacKenzie and Julia Edward underlined their status as the world's best female lightweight double scullers when they claimed their second consecutive world elite title in Aiguebelette, France on Sunday morning [NZ time].
A conman who ripped off a pregnant woman managed to come up with $20,000 to stay out of jail.
The NMIT Applied Business area has become one of the first in NZ to be fully accredited for its Bachelor of Commerce degree.
Covert footage of motorists passing dangerously close to cyclists highlights the severity of the problem, officer says.
Marlborough's maritime marvel Roofliss made her final farewell to Picton towed away on the back of the trailer.
Havelock residents have found a thriftier way of spreading festive cheer through recyclables.
If Marlborough District Councillors believe in Father Christmas, Blenheim should get a Christmas tree this year.
A homeless, mentally unwell man started walking from Blenheim to Kaikoura after struggling to find a place to shelter.
Environment Court judges visited the site of New Zealand's first village at the Wairau Bar, in Marlborough, on Thursday.
A covered swimming pool and developing more walkways and cyclepaths are the leading big ideas for Picton.
Raised lawn 'pods', new tree plantings and shrubbery are planned to shake life into Blenheim's tired entertainment precinct.
El nino strikes: Spring is likely to be windy and cool, while the risk of summer drought is rising.
Former Marlborough Girl's College student Samantha McClung is enjoying the Miss Universe New Zealand competition. "I'm really excited to be part of it," she says.
Bottles of Lewis Road Creamery flavoured milk have flown off the shelves in Marlborough, with some stores selling out before they could even get them into fridges.
Gambling conman who blew couple's nest egg at casinos a failed company director.
Plans for a homeless shelter in Blenheim have been hampered by concerns the shelter will bring "hordes of homeless people" to the region.
A routine leg dressing and a request for a prescription are among minor health niggles that have come through the Wairau Hospital emergency department in Blenheim.
A Government initiative to help first home buyers has had a good uptake in Marlborough, property experts say.
A man who fractured a police officer's nose is deeply embarrassed by his behaviour, his lawyer says.
Thousands of patients have stumbled at the first hurdle on their way to surgery during the past five years.
Marlborough milk lovers can finally celebrate as the much hyped Lewis Road Creamery chocolate milk arrives on South Island shores from Wednesday.
Each afternoon when the school bell rang Mario Marzola faced a choice.
Three plant pests growing in Marlborough will be under the spotlight following increased funding from Department of Conservation to fight invasive weeds.
A man who supplied cannabis to three children has been sentenced to four months in prison.
There were no hot August nights to speak of but the past month was warmer, drier and sunnier than average, latest weather figures for Marlborough show.
The plight of bees is under the spotlight with the industry-led Bee Aware Month promotion kicking off.
New Lewis Rd milk flavours are coffee and vanilla. But not just any coffee and vanilla.
A senior medical officer at Wairau Hospital is the NMDHB's new assistant chief medical officer.
Kaikoura's tourism industry looks set to benefit from the Chinese market with the announcement of a new year-round flight service between mainland China and the South Island. with China Southern Airlines.
The development of a regional visitor strategy for Canterbury is being led by Kaikoura District Mayor, Winston Gray, on behalf of the Canterbury Mayoral Forum.