Motorists in Marlborough forked out nearly $1.2 million on parking last year, a new report shows.
Immigration Minister says employment breaches could result in sanctions against overseas recruitment.
Less than a week after the legislation passed, Marlborough is working on a policy to allow Easter Sunday shopping.
The only thing they can't simulate are your ears popping.
They were caregivers for the victim, a child aged under 18.
Judge and lawyers concerned as police take months to disclose evidence.
With three broken ribs, farrier carried on because "you don't get paid for shoeing three feet".
He started by handpicking mussels off the shoreline to supplement his income from forestry work.
Health board member Judy Crowe alleges bullying tactics from chair over fluoridation.
In the lead-up to the local body elections we asked council candidate Jamie Arbuckle to talk about his vision for Marlborough.
Marlborough mayoral candidates back Easter Sunday trading, but church leaders say it should be a day of rest.
Cruise ships have been banned from taking the same route as ferries in the Marlborough Sounds.
Opposing factions of a community group have failed to reach an agreement over Queen Charlotte Track upgrades.
A cafe created to funnel funds into a Blenheim charity is nearing completion after a two-month delay.
An 8-year-old wanted to hear if someone got their message. A grown-up got the reply.
Outgoing councillor's message for newbies: Stop thinking you have to "fix" council.
Big change planned for Kaikoura's classic car event.
The world's largest producer of king salmon is going fishing for $180 million through a planned initial public offering.
Joshua Guillemot-Rodgerson dances for up to 10 hours a day and has calluses on the soles of his feet and toes.
But he doesn't know if Corrections will change its mind.
Water has become the "new gold" and 170,000 cubic metre dam means this company won't be running out.
A new kitchen for the ASB Theatre is on the cards after an undisclosed donation from a Marlborough couple.
Parents have been asked to keep their children at home until 11.30am, but some will be arriving by bus regardless.
Jordan Hogg has been named the Tonnellerie de Mercurey Young Winemaker of the Year.
A massive stage will be erected for the Villa Maria gig in January.
Nelson police call in backup to cope with 'serious crime' inquiries.
Two women duped into giving cash to a man they met online must wait to see him punished.
In the lead-up to the local body elections we asked council candidate Jenny Andrews to talk about her vision for Marlborough.
For 24 years a friendly dolphin accompanied the steamers which ploughed through Admiralty Bay on their way to and from the turbulent waters of French Pass.
What are the biggest issues our new councillors should focus on after the October elections?