11:30am Police arrested a 40-year-old woman for fighting early Sunday morning.
Efficient investment in road maintenance and movement of freight on fewer trucks are among the NZTA's core aims for Marlborough
Three men appeared in the Blenheim District Court yesterday following an alcohol-fuelled fight with neighbours
11:30am Marlborough people are believed to still be under investigation as part of Operation Chestnut
About 50 cyclists of all ages made the most of the fabulous weather on Sunday afternoon to officially check out stage two of the Kowhai trail.
It has been a pretty successful rugby season for Kaikoura fly-half Myles Hamilton - not only has he been named Kaikoura senior player of the year but he has also picked up an award from his first season with the Tasman under-20 squad.
In the next 10 years, there could be $100 million invested here in new wharves, freight marshalling yards and a container crane.
The decision to keep the interisland ferry terminal in Picton means tens of millions of dollars of investment will go ahead in the town.
Health Minister Tony Ryall has re-appointed Nelson woman Jenny Black as chairwoman of the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board.
Health initiatives and innovations developed in Marlborough and Nelson were awarded at a special ceremony at Wairau Hospital, Blenheim, this week.
Professor Black is advising NZ King Salmon and its opponents to put conflict behind them and work together
Dirty fish farms often perform badly and attract bad press, which reduces demand for the fish