He bought $15,000 worth of construction tools under the names of three former employers.
Police claim he twice sexually violated and twice indecently assaulted the same young girl in one day.
Labour will run Housing NZ as a public service with one goal; "to house people in need".
Better known for its ageing population, mayor says new stats aren't "the sort of publicity we need".
Landowner will have to build his own roads for Marlborough Sounds forestry operation.
A Blenheim man thought he had won $50, instead he walked away 4000 times richer.
Sarah Mazey is looking for strangers who went "above and beyond" after her tramping accident.
A&P Show brings farmers and townies together to rub shoulders and chew the fat over the state of the nation.
He is also charged with intentionally damaging a camera in his jail cell.
Man who allegedly threatened to kill a police officer and his wife not mentally fit to stand trial.
No social media splash-outs, but the Marlborough council is looking at better ways to get the message out.
Family home reduced to charred shell, while the smell of smoke still lingers.
He changed his name to Mc Lovin to make people laugh - but it was sparked by tragedy.
Mapping of Sounds seafloor to reveal mysteries of the deep.
The New Zealand Motor Caravan Association already owned, or leased 32 sites around the country but were keen to acquire more land, especially in Marlborough.
Group reaches halfway mark in cross-country protest against TPPA.
A busy Labour Weekend for the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter.
MBC jazz musician Jonty Zydenbos "really, really" happy to be receive award.
Kent Morgan was walking home when he was attacked over the colour of his shirt.
Grovetown School celebrates 150 years of memories.
Avoid rivers with the brown, musty bacteria, scientists warn parents and dog owners.
The winning ticket in Blenheim has not yet been claimed.
"There's a real danger of somebody dressed up as a clown being shot."
Marlborough wine company latest to ask public for ideas on a new name. That's risky business.
Mental health often seen as the "poor cousin" of health, says Andrew Little.
"Fantastic changes are occurring in how education works."
A group dedicated to freeing Scott Watson is planning marches from Christchurch to Picton to push for a re-examination of the case.
Take a peek into Blenheim's best private gardens.
''I never thought he had got to that point,'' Matt Neal's dad said, ''I think he just held it all inside.''
One man pulled a knife while the other hit the victim from behind during a robbery in Blenheim, police said.