A wetter than usual September is forecast for Nelson and Marlborough, says MetService.
Woman fails to convince a judge it was self-defence when she hit her partner with an ornament.
Sustainable wine growing is a direction rather than a destination, says New Zealand Winegrowers Sustainability committee chairman Gwyn Williams.
Marlborough will never get the organised stroke service the Ministry of Health wants while there is a shortage of physiotherapists and occupational therapists, a Wairau Hospital doctor says.
Nine candidates are standing in the Kaikoura electorate and another six are contesting the Te Tai Tonga seat in next month's general election.
The Marlborough ExpressVoters will get the chance to hear Kaikoura electorate candidates during three public forums being hosted by the Marlborough Express.
George St medical practice in Blenheim is on the market with hopes it will attract a new GP to run it.
Air NZ needs to keep working to reduce regional air fares, says Prime Minister John Key.
Nathan Guy says there are a 'couple of things to get out of the way' before blue cod rules in the Marlborough Sounds could be changed.
Firearms bought in Marlborough might soon come with a warning against rustling and poaching.
Express columnist 'thrilled' by honour
Marlborough beer writer Geoff Griggs has been recognised for his outstanding contribution to the brewing industry of New Zealand.
Blenheim man admits charge after tussle with former boss who fired him from his job.
John Key held up the wine industry as a model of NZ's economy on a visit to Blenheim yesterday.| Quality bottles success
Response from lady-in-waiting delights Phoebe
Eighteen little children sat enthralled on their classroom mat as a letter sent to them from the Queen's Lady-In-Waiting was read out.
An aerial drop of 1080 pellets in the Abel Tasman National Park has been completed.
Pet treats made from Marlborough's blue mussels and salmon are to be launched in the US.
Chloe Winter looks at NZ's wine export markets - where are they, how they developed and what the future holds.
DHB chief criticises region's surgeons for creating backlog by cherry-picking patients.
Prime Minister John Key is in Blenheim today as part of his election campaign.
'The time's right to do it'
KAT DUGGAN - The Marlborough ExpressA $600,000 expansion of Canvastown's Te Hora Marae will more than double its maximum capacity.
Satisfaction with the Marlborough District Council has risen again, the council's survey company says.
A Blenheim man has been fined $2000 at the Blenheim District Court for repeatedly selling crayfish from his home.
Kaikoura woman sentenced after admitting fraudulent benefit claims.
Eggs donated to John's Kitchen were hard-boiled and handed out to children at Mayfield and Blenheim schools this week.
Winegrowers chairman says Marlborough will reach limit of viable vineyard land at some point.
Marlborough people will need to be "forever vigilant" to keep services at Wairau Hospital, Labour's health spokeswoman Annette King says.
Some of the Marlborough District Council surpluses would be put into the council's emergency reserves rather than returned as a "special dividend" to ratepayers, councillors decided yesterday.
People in Blenheim go to emergency department nearly twice as often as Nelson residents.
A forestry tutor is in a serious condition after he was crushed by a tree he was felling while teaching a class.
A stroke survivor's wife says lack of access to community rehabilitation in Marlborough means stroke patients are falling through the cracks.
Young viticulturists vie for national title
Five of the country's top young viticulturists are vying for the title of Young Viticulturist of the Year 2014 in Blenheim this week.
Marlborough will not be getting fluoridated water any time soon, mayor says. | Case is clear for fluoride
A forestry tutor has been flown to hospital today after he was crushed by a tree he was felling while teaching a class in Marlborough.
Repairs and maintenance reduce the Interislander fleet to only one vessel today.
People seeking treatment for minor ailments may add to patient waiting delays, Nelson Marlborough's health boss says.
A Blenheim man has been sent to prison for nearly three years after strangling his partner.
An increase in freshwater fishing fees for international visitors is pathetic and of little consequence, a Blenheim fisherman says.
A Blenheim police officer was assaulted while driving a drunk woman home on Friday night.
An election campaign manager is upset at the level of damage to party election signs.
'It was really violent'
A Wine Marlborough volunteer says California's magnitude-6 earthquake was the "most aggressive" she had ever felt.
Hosting a Super 15 rugby match next year would have cost Marlborough ratepayers more than $200,000.
The dreaded yellow pollen that leaves you running for a tissue is driving people to Marlborough's pharmacies in droves.
Viticulturists, winemakers, and marketers from all over the world will soon arrive in Blenheim.
Retirement village's fixed fee provides security
A Blenheim retirement village has decided to fix its weekly payments so its residents have the security of knowing the price won't increase during their time there.
A man's laugh gave the impression he was drunk- resulting in him being refused purchasing alcohol.
Marlborough seems far more aware of aquaculture and its economic importance than other regions.
Red Cross proposes a shuttle service for sick and vulnerable between Blenheim and Nelson Hospital.
As well as winning beer award, Renaissance Brewery raises over half a million dollars through crowdfunding.
More than 380 people laced up their shoes for the annual Tussock Run to raise money for Seddon School.
It may be bright red, but a new Marlborough police car seems to be a lot less visible to motorists.
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