A body has been pulled out of the water in the Marlborough Sounds today, police say.
A 36-year-old Waikawa sales representative appeared in the Blenheim District Court on Monday for sentencing on his fifth charge of drink-driving.
Two Marlborough kindergartens have grown award-winning sunflowers.
Four lambs were stolen from a paddock in Marlborough, police say.
Marlborough Electric Power Trust chairman Tim Smit took no part in the trust's decision to support the civic theatre project in Blenheim with grants.
Grape growers are being encouraged to trial a mechanical thinning programme on a small section of their vineyards
'Every single day I have to pinch myself'
To be a professional skier is just impossibly amazing. It's a dream come true. Neil Williman
Case reviews were held in court yesterday for 11 of the people facing charges after being arrested during a police raid
It is regrettable that another community power trust is unhappy at Marlborough Lines' legal action
Two quad bikes were stolen from a farm in Tuamarina at the weekend, police say.
Transport operators in Marlborough are dealing with the impact of reduced ferry capacity as best as they can.
The Marlborough District Council will consider increasing building consent fees by 3 per cent a year.
KiwiRail has distributed fliers warning people about increased activity in the Picton rail yard
Cutting the opening hours of bars in Marlborough would unfairly punish responsible drinkers
Runaway millionaire Leo Gao will spend less time than 2 1/2 years in jail for his crimes.
Sol3 Mio are bringing their powerful operatic voices and irrepressible Samoan humour to Blenheim next year
The light at the end of the tunnel does not appear to be getting any brighter in terms of getting cruise ships into Kaikoura more regularly.
Calling local performers of all ages and sizes . . . this is your chance to register your interest in one of the community highlights of the year.
Two men who were found dead after their boat capsized were mates who went fishing together almost every day
Permits will be needed from tomorrow to light fires in the open.
Police are clamping down on alcohol offending just in time for the onslaught of work Christmas parties and end-of-year celebrations.
A 23-year-old Italian man was arrested on Monday for shoplifting at The Warehouse in Blenheim.
A Canvastown man was convicted in the Blenheim District Court on Monday for shoplifting from Blenheim's Pak 'n Save supermarket.
A wheel of a train locomotive jumped off the track at Spring Creek this morning, as it entered the KiwiRail yard.
Although every cat is different and an individual, there are certain types of behaviour that are common to them all.
Just inside the bright red door at Marlborough's newest restaurant, a massive pepper grinder takes pride of place on the bar.
A Wharanui resident wants police to investigate the poisoning of 16 pines at Wharanui Beach, near Ward.
The NZ salmon farming industry is lucky to have no fish pests or diseases so there is no need to treat them with chemicals
Blenheim dog owners can now wash their dogs, day or night, at a new DIY dog wash station.
Chinese lanterns are "lethal" and should not be used in Marlborough during the dry months, the district's chief firefighter says.
The number of people needing help to feed themselves and their families has gone from "worrying" to "scary"
Two classrooms of pupils from St Mary's School decided they wanted to help spread the cheer to those less fortunate
A woman arrested in relation to a police sting on the Mongrel Mob was sentenced in court yesterday.
Shark takes interest in salvage operation
The propeller lost in Cook Strait for Interislander ferry Aratere has been recovered.
Blenheim property developer Stephen de Castro has been forced to put his Alabama Rd property on the market
A Blenheim man charged with breaking into a Picton house and sexually assaulting two teenage girls is set to stand trial in March.
Decisions on whether to replace or repair Picton's earthquake-risk water reservoir have been put off until next year.
The council has awarded a new combined rubbish contract to Christchurch-based Metallic Sweeping
Crew on a former US military craft raise the Aratere's propeller from the bottom of Cook Strait.
A Tahunanui retiree has protested outside Nelson Hospital to get the attention he feels he's been missing from the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board.
The latest Hobbit movie has lured international broadcast media crews to film in Marlborough.
Do you have a guitar to spare?
A horticultural contracting employee has started a musical instrument library for seasonal workers from Vanuatu.
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
Marlborough people are believed to still be under investigation as part of Operation Chestnut
A Blenheim primary school will apply to the Education Ministry next year to expand its site to become a "junior high".
Police are concerned about the level of violence as serious assaults in public places here outstrip the national average.
People heading out for a night on the town may find themselves turned away from bars after 1am.
Being named head girl for 2014 has been the highlight of Tessa-Jane Power's school years.