Hobbiton-style winery among building consents issued.
Around 20 houses are still without power, and some roads are down to one lane, after a weekend of wind.
How is this spot for a view?
Severe weather has left parts of the Marlborough Sounds without electricity.
A Blenheim franchise of outdoor equipment store Hamills is set to open in less than a month.
Those running for mayor can spend up to $30,000 on their campaign, including donations.
Milk vendors used to collect the glass bottles from the factory and drop them off at doorsteps seven days a week.
The convicted Sounds murderer should get a new trial, says Thomas.
Christchurch was five degrees colder than Fiji on Saturday night. What's up with that?
MetService issues severe weather warning, warns of gale-force northwesterlies in the Marlborough Sounds.
Now it is the largest campground in the Southern Hemisphere but what was it 90 years ago when the Tahuna Beach Holiday Park first began?
Loved ones are using FaceTime and Skype to beam services around the world.
A person who drove away after a crash between a house bus and a ute is being sought by police.
Offenders learn basic living skills to stop them reoffending.
A new documentary goes deep into New Zealand's intelligence game and three men who risked jail to put a stop to spying.
Business is booming again for a grape vine supplier that took a "hiding" after the huge harvest of 2008.
A truck has skidded on grit and tipped its trailer on a remote road in the Marlborough Sounds.
Fears that people could cash in on a new proposal to share water in rural Marlborough.
Stricter health and safety laws are no longer a source of panic for principals.
"The worst thing is having to give items back to offenders when you know it's stolen, and they know you know it's stolen."
Volunteers will be taught observation techniques, how to use the police radio and how to respond to crashes and medical emergencies.
Social housing model aimed at the elderly could be used to house others in need.
On-site training could be a way of finding teachers for hard-to-staff subjects, says Marlborough principal.
The Vines Village Cafe and Express Kitchen opened last month, meet its new manager Kylie Giles.
A big fencing and bridge bill awaits a deer farmer if new water rules are passed.
Stylist Nadine Gratton wants to take on the world from little old Blenheim.
Cocktails will be shaken, not stirred at a Bond night to pay for two new tennis and netball courts in Picton.
"We have noticed with dismay that more and more programmes around the country are being shut down."
High demand predicted as raft of Marlborough sections go under the hammer.
Burying a pet is always a difficult time, but for permanent renters, the back garden is no longer an option.