Two prominent Marlborough personalities are calling for the speed limit on Taylor Pass Rd, outside Blenheim, to be reviewed as it becomes increasingly popular with cyclists.
The Marlborough RSA working bee was cut short when a member of the public complained.
Cricketers savour hattricks but not Marlborough viticulturist Matt Duggan.
A man found guilty of raping a sex worker has been sentenced to preventive detention.
People struggling to find a roof over their head are checking into Marlborough holiday parks with the Ministry of Social Development chipping in to help with the cost.
A Blenheim landlord who claimed his tenant was responsible for a crop of more than 200 cannabis plants at his property has been cleared of all charges.
Coaching junior rugby has proven to be rewarding in more ways than one for a Marlborough dad after he won $10,000 for the Awatere Rugby Club and Seddon School.
The Marlborough Primary Health Organisation has excelled in the latest round of health target results.
It's not a giant beaver or a bunch of grapes but Marlborough District Council will get tourists smiling if a mock up of a proposed welcome sign gets the go-ahead.
A new rural advisory group will not be used to throw rocks at the Marlborough District Council, its architect says.
The newspaper sport of ferry-bashing was invented in 1962 when the interislander Aramoana was plagued with problems.
Marlborough Sounds residents and recreational scallopers are up in arms over the commercial scallop industry's plans for the 2015 season.
Twelve prominent Marlburians have put their hands up to champion a community-led campaign against family violence.
A Blenheim man accused of cultivating more than 200 cannabis seedlings and plants says they belonged to his tenant.
Increased parking charges have shaved the deficit of Blenheim's beleagured car parking account.
Marlborough producers will not be affected by a planned hospital meal deal, the region's health boss says.
A pair of Marlborough teenagers left off their school formal guest list may still have a shot at the big night.
Sheep roamed beside a main road after a Blenheim vineyard was vandalised in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
A four-hour parking limit will be introduced to the Clubs of Marlborough car park, in Blenheim, to cut congestion and increase turn over of traffic.
A burglar has been breaking into baches in the Marlborough sounds and stealing food, alcohol and cigarettes, police say.
The death of a 61-year-old man who was shot in Marlborough is not suspicious, police say.
They have their shoes, dresses and jewelry but no tickets to the school ball.
Landowners who want to sign up to the Flaxbourne Irrigation Scheme and diversify into viticulture are being asked to grow grapes solely for Yealands Wine Group in a deal questioned by Marlborough District councillors.
The Tasman Makos Rugby Union is encouraging Marlburians to get behind their team at the first Blenheim match of the season, against the Manawatu Turbos.
A man has been convicted of theft after he attached a $100,000 caravan to his vehicle.
Warm, dry weather conditions in Marlborough may be slowing grass growth but it is helping lambing on farms around the region, say farmers.
Marlborough-born Ian Ormonde Stace, who died aged 101 on Saturday, was a person of many and varied talents who set high standards.
Safety concerns for visiting tourists and resident fur seals at Point Kean have prompted discussion between the Department of Conservation and the Kaikoura District Council.
Byline: Emma Dangerfield
After years of contraction the scallop industry in the top of the south looks set for better days.