The 10th Havelock Mussel Festival on Saturday will be guest chef Chelsea Winter's first visit to the seaside town
Three people were injured, two of them seriously, following a car crash near Blenheim this morning.
A 15-year-old boy was taken to Wairau Hospital in Blenheim after falling on the Queen Charlotte track in the Marlborough Sounds.
Villa Maria scored a hat-trick across the ditch with three of the 26 trophies at the 2014 Sydney International Wine Competition.
It could have been tragic
A man whose boat was set on fire said the outcome could have been tragic if the flames had spread another metre
Two men admitted breaking into Redwoodtown Z Energy petrol station last month when they appeared in court yesterday.
A purpose-built library down by the Taylor River could become a hub for the whole Marlborough community
The house parents at Hope House have left less than three months into the job.
Captain faces court after carrying passengers to Picton and back with a 3.5m gash in ferry's side.
After a seven-month review process, Nelson's district nursing programme is set to change shape, but the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board says no jobs will be lost.
The apple harvest has begun about a week earlier than usual which should help to ease April's labour crunch.
People aren't solely here for wine. They are attracted by the wine but they are always interested in other activities
Calls to close the top of the South Island scallop fishery are "irresponsible", the quota holders' company says.
Marlborough's harbourmaster has been called up to help contain a fuel leak at Lyttelton Port.
Thousands of people crowded the front of St Mary's School in Blenheim on Saturday for the annual gala day, which could be be the school's biggest yet.
Todd Smith shrugs when he's asked how he feels about playing in front of British royalty next month.
Twenty five boaties from around the country gathered at Whanganui Inlet this morning for the start of the 2014 Yamaha Melanoma Foundation Ski-nZ challenge.
Crail Bay had low water flow and a previous salmon farm there had never worked, opponents to a New Zealand King Salmon proposal to farm smolt at the Pelorus Sound site say.
Supermarket chains have yet to respond to a draft alcohol policy that, if adopted, will restrict the hours they can sell alcohol in Marlborough.
A young Marlborough couple have come up with a novel way to make use of old wine barrels
Marlborough had some hi-tech, high-value innovative businesses, Labour Party science spokeswoman Moana Mackey says.
More than 100 people banded together on Saturday to help clean up Churchill St in an effort to prevent crime and create community spirit.
Thousands of car enthusiasts turned out the admire the classic cars on display at Waterlea Racecourse, in Blenheim, yesterday.
An experienced caver who was trapped beneath Mt Arthur for more than 16 hours freed using explosives.
More than 50 lost or stolen bikes can be found at the Blenheim police station at any time
A Picton bar owner with a warrant for his arrest in the United States says the violation was a misdemeanour offence that happened 14 years ago.
The Government is giving $500,000 to the Marlborough Civic Theatre Trust for the new theatre being built in Blenheim.
A Blenheim interior designer is the first New Zealander to have two entries make the final cut in the Dulux Colour Awards.
Two car accidents and a car fire kept Seddon and Ward emergency services busy yesterday afternoon.
Police believe four separate fires in Picton yesterday morning were deliberately lit.
A 73-year-old man has died following a head-on crash north of Kaikoura on Thursday afternoon
Police believe the four separate fires in Picton this morning were deliberately lit.
Injured trampers kept the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter busy late yesterday.
Vineyard owners with errant bird banger machines might find themselves slapped with an instant $300 fine
A family-fun festival in Picton this month will raise funds for the Kaipupu Point Sounds Wildlife Sanctuary
"Fifty years as keeper of the lights" heads a two-page story by Havelock electrician Gordon Berry.
Clients were understanding when Philip Watson gave their files to another lawyer and closed his law practice to do a belated 'OE'
Kaikoura, New Zealand's top spot for whale-watching, is to host Whalefest this month.
Blenheim Bluff oyster lovers can now get their fix, with dozens of the tasty delicacies delivered to food stores in town this week.
Two men remain in a critical condition in hospital today following a head-on smash north of Kaikoura yesterday afternoon.
Is that smoke?
Rain this week has not been enough to dampen the fire risk and a total fire ban remains in place in Marlborough.
He went on an adventure
A magpie found by a Blenheim couple this week has been reunited with his family.
Here's an opportunity to show how good you are with a camera, and what Marlborough means to you.
Both men cut from their vehicles
A campervan driver is in critical condition after yesterday's collision with a 4WD near Kaikoura.
Commercial scallop fishing in the Marlborough Sounds should be closed to give stocks time to recover
Technical difficulties at the 2014 Marlborough Wine and Food Festival were caused by an overloaded system.
Scallop stocks at the top of the South Island are the lowest since surveys began, the Ministry for Primary Industries says.
Vineyards that have been on the market for years are starting to sell as buyers gain confidence in the wine industry again, Marlborough real estate agents say.
Both men had to be cut from their vehicles
Traffic was backed up on State Highway 1 for about 2 kilometres last night after a serious crash north of Kaikoura.
A new 12-bed hospital-level care unit will open today at Blenheim's Bethsaida Retirement Home and Village.
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