Council tells quake-concerned public to take it up with building owners.
Subsidies for quake-stricken Kaikoura business will now carry on until mid-March.
Dairy owner becomes mail man for pensioners after post box is removed.
An outbreak in the infection has been linked to compost or potting mix.
The quake needle in Kaikoura is off the scale again. But this time the ink is for something rather different: "Quakora".
Central NZ tsunami risk may be higher due to undiscovered offshore faults.
Government keen not to fall short on mental health in Kaikoura, after controversy in Christchurch.
Schools fund to subsidise uniforms, school books, excursions and little extras like nice book covers.
Jock Woodley returns to the track on a familiar mount.
Chinese consul-general in Marlborough to talk tourism, wine, business and education.
Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat, please put a toy on the old Sallies' mat.
Fane Flaws and his band The Bend want to take the audience behind the music for their concert 'Undressing the Song'.
New shipping routes since the quake are bypassing Picton.
Free health clinic travels into quake-struck towns to find residents "walking on eggshells".
We all need a hero, thankfully Marlborough has 15 of them.
The artefacts inside are irreplaceable, but no-one can get inside the earthquake-damaged museum.
New book provides photographic record of Clarence Valley pre-quake.
"We're uplifting the event at Villa Maria and plonking it over at Omaka."
In a meeting years in the making, Olivia Hope's father spoke to Scott Watson. He cannot accept he is innocent.
Racing to go ahead at Waterlea despite likelihood route between Christchurch and Blenheim will still be closed.
The future of rail in New Zealand could be under threat if earthquake damage on east coast is not repaired.
Dolphins and a pod of orcas were surprise guests at a weekend family gathering in the Marlborough Sounds.
Stuart Smith won't reveal his choice for PM, but says it's not an issue for Kaikoura anyway.
The Goh family are probably the first to campervan into Kaikoura since the quake. And the town's "stoked".
With the house and woolshed "rooted", a farming family are now living in a caravan.
Christmas meals return for those in need.
Tawhiri Funk brings a funky, jazzy soul sound for their first tour outside the capital.
Author's first book If Juliet Was on Drugs inspired by true events, with some creative tweaks.
"Keep talking, give each other a hug," Kaikoura residents told.
Russell West did not expect a trip from Rotorua to Christchurch to take two weeks but loved his Kaikoura experience.