Residents are being urged to evacuate their homes as a huge forest fire continues to rage near Blenheim.
"I think one of my young mentors dobbed me in."
College "can be proud" of departing principal's achievements.
"It's very hard when it's the family home. I was there all night till the early hours."
"You just can't get away with not having an authentic smell of pine needles on Christmas morning."
A promotional video has been released for the Link Pathway, which is being constructed from Picton to Havelock.
Air NZ has flown an injured albatross, found off the Kaikoura coast, to Wellington for specialist treatment.
An old ferry that has capsized in Fiji was once a frequent caller at Port Nelson and Picton.
Renowned opera singer coming to Blenheim in March.
Hot dry weather has stepped up water demand this week.
The Nelson Marlborough DHB is developing a policy on using cameras in hospitals to protect patient and staff privacy.
Don Sutton watched his retirement go up in flames.
Excitement builds ahead of Friday's mystery assembly.
Jeremy MacLeod and Haysley MacDonald have been elected to Rangitane o Wairau Trust
Scientists to conduct wave testing as part of faster ferry application.
"You can enjoy the festival without having to get drunk."
Her actions after finding explicit photograph "common enough actions of a suspicious partner".
At 230kg, Blenheim man Kevin Williams needs a mobility scooter and there are no suitable state homes.
Top Nelson defence lawyer says a lapse in conduct that brought him a fine was "just a bad call''.
Nelson's Tahuna Beach Holiday Park will get new buildings and boardwalks to lift it to "resort status".
Report on national truancy rates shows Marlborough above average for "frequent truants".
A former Cook Strait ferry, now used as a cargo ship, has capsized off the Fijian capital Suva.
He could not be properly examined internally at hospital because his injuries were too severe.
Council awaits decision from the Ministry for Primary Industries on irrigation funding.
"It will provide for greater efficiencies in terms of using our most precious resource which is volunteer time."
A man appeared in court on Monday where he admitted assaulting a woman outside the Yard Bar in October
A man admitted stealing a hot water cylinder from a house with the help of an accomplice.
A beneficiary caught for smuggling groceries and clothes from The Warehouse said she was struggling financially.
A man admitted in court to striking his ex-partner three times. She received a bleeding nose and sore arm from the attack.
"It's a hard road, I know, but you've got to stay strong," a judge said.