Bright and beautiful drawings from popular children's books are on display at a new exhibition.
A free rural collection service for unwanted agri-chemicals is being offered to Marlborough farmers.
Marisco Vineyards have won $5000 worth of travel in a national rural recycling programme.
Police are still investigating a series of suspicious fires lit in Marlborough between March and May.
With a lifelong connection to the snow, the new mountain manager at Rainbow Ski Area is anything but cold going into his new role.
The caller claims to be from IRD and says the police are about to arrive.
Is anyone going to help us replace our old woodburners?
The rate of violent crime in small town NZ can rival that of city centres, crime expert says.
Marlborough harvest beats last year by 100,000 tonnes.
Residents can now check their town's air quality online.
Videos of Aucklanders loving Marlborough could become a YouTube hit, says councillor.
Kaikoura had the highest temperature in the country on Wednesday.
The first choices were too boring so Blenheim subdivision now has Mustang Alley and Spitfire Drive.
A primary school has asked for help as morning drop-offs get dangerous
The number of volunteers is up but the amount of hours volunteered has plummeted.
Survey counts in a Marlborough tributary have averaged about 180 fish a year from 2009.
Homemade pies and a fresh lick of paint are attracting more customers to the Washington Valley Store.
Pharmacies improvised prescriptions of out-of-stock heart medication. Some patients were so confused, they took the wrong dose.
Controlling the country's feral cat population is not about killing off "domestic moggies", environmental advocate says.
Reusable bag scheme to raise awareness about protecting the environment.
Police are no closer to bringing home the bacon after a Picton burglary last month.
"You know what you know and this competition highlights that," says young viticulturist.
Kitten wedged in a wall, dog in a roof? Fire Service reveals its daftest callouts.
School leaders claim new funding system harks back to "tried and failed" method of the 90s.
Environment Southland has been awarded $245,000 to carry out research to understand the implications of an Alpine Fault rupture.
Bluebridge gets green light to increase speed in the Marlborough Sounds.
Richmond's Gary Mallinson knew he had nothing to worry about when a scammer claiming to be from the IRD phoned.
A man has been charged with blackmailing his ex-partner by threatening to post explicit videos of her.
A chainsaw left in the tray of a Ford ute was stolen in Marlborough on Monday.
A personal delivery to Wellington beckons for Nelson insurance advocate after amassing hundreds of signatures in support of her third party proposal.