A Marlborough climate change campaigner is keeping the momentum alive after his week-long protest raising awareness about its adverse affects
Marlborough students sitting scholarship exams might be out of pocket if they cannot fork out enough cash.
Fewer students are being expelled, suspended or stood-down in Marlborough, new figures show.
A buildup of wet wipes is causing a soggy problem for Blenheim's sewage system.
A Marlborough couple have been convicted after receiving an overpayment in benefits of almost $50,000.
Spotlight on unlawful hunters.
The Government should treat sugar in the same way as tobacco and alcohol, dental officer says.
The rural community wants to provide a reasoned voice to debate council policies and decision-making.
An 18-year-old man has been charged after a British tourist was robbed on the Taylor River walkway in Blenheim.
Father of murdered Ashburton teen died still denying involvement in her death.
Marlborough's roading network will get a share of $148 million to help maintain the region's roads for the next three years.
Construction of a roundabout at the Spring Creek intersection aimed at cutting the number of car crashes will start in February.
A Blenheim retiree who picks up cans and other rubbish during his daily walks along the Taylor River bank is calling for more rubbish bins in the area.
The effects of the lengthy drought and continuing feed supply and grass growth issues continue to concern farmers.
Woman drove off bridge and into power pole in Blenheim to avoid hitting a hawk.
School principals and police give backing to plans to extend two of Marlborough's cycleways.
Work and Income security guards demanding to know visitors' business is an invasion of privacy, says Blenheim woman.
Loan guarantee to the new multi-million ASB Civic Theatre in Blenheim extended to save project from collapsing.
Overseas companies continue to buy up land in Marlborough for vineyard expansion.
Anna Higgins came home with empty arms after the birth of her daughter Ellie Mae.
Moving into the online retail world has seen one small Marlborough-based children's clothing business get a foothold in new markets around the world.
As the sun rose on Monday, the Mayfield kindergarten community welcomed in a new day, a new year (Matariki) and a new look for their kindergarten.
Convicted murderer John Frederick Ericson has lost an appeal after claiming he was being held in prison under an invalid warrant.
For 20 years the Zonta Club of Marlborough has stood for the equality for women from 37 ethnicities in the region.
Waiariki Institute of Technology has been ordered to pay $40,000 after a tutor was seriously injured during a forest operations course.
Jumping from a plane 16,500 feet from the ground is definitely not something on Ted Culley's bucket list.
Blenheim woman found guilty of assault against children.
Flood-hit Whanganui farmers will receive a goodwill shipment from Marlborough vineyards.
Blindness crept into Ken Saunder's life during a 10-minute doctor's visit.