The new co-ordinator to meet cruise ships in Picton is looking for volunteers to help her greet visitors.
The owner of a boat once deemed abandoned in Waikawa Bay says he's been victimised
The annual ban on recreational blue cod fishing in the Marlborough Sounds starts tomorrow
A pod of dolphins went mostly unnoticed as they splashed and swam around boats in Waikawa
'This was his school and where it all began'
Students and teachers at QCC were moved to tears at an emotional welcome home assembly for Joseph Sullivan
Picton will host cooking classes, a quiz night, and an open day at the Men's Shed to get adults up and active
JARED NICOLL - The Marlborough ExpressThe Picton Toy Library hopes to attract more members with a fresh sign and a bigger toy collection.
One of the great screen partnerships has ended
An update on progress at the Kaipupu Point Wild Life Sanctuary from Nozz and Alison Fletcher.
St Joseph's School pupils saw their commitment to the community grow ahead of Daffodil Day.
St Joseph's School an example of good practice when working with national standards
Fancy a giant scavenger hunt spread across some of the most beautiful sights in Marlborough?
A dispute continues over a house extension in Pelorus Sound
London Quay in Picton has been recognised with a national colour award from paint company Resene.
3 world under-23 titles, 2 world elite rowing crowns an Olympic gold medal and now a street named after him
Welcome home Joseph Sullivan
They came in their hundreds and even the rain could not dampen the party atmosphere
A Waikawa boatbuilder is delighted the Environment Court decided to let him get on with business.
'Party at Joe's Town'
Hundreds of people are expected to welcome home Olympic gold medal-winning hero Joseph Sullivan
A lost woman shivered under a blanket of ferns on Wednesday night
A missing Swiss tourist who got lost near Picton yesterday has been found by police
A new sign will be erected welcoming visitors to the home town of Olympic rower Joseph Sullivan.
JARED NICOLL - The Marlborough ExpressNZ's most famous kakapo, Sirocco, is on holiday in Waikato for six weeks before returning to his home in the Sounds.
JARED NICOLL - The Marlborough ExpressThe dentistry service at Queen Charlotte College will be expanded to take on private customers for at least one day per week starting next month.
Scottish dancers have been travelling between Picton and Blenheim to keep the clubs alive.
Cougarline customers aren't surprised the company has been recognised as best water taxi service
Little lost Louie may be searching for home
A friendly pukeko that browsed in shops on Friday may be a bird that was hand-reared at Lochmara Lodge
Recreational fishermen ignoring the blue cod "slot rule" is the main cause of regulations breaches
Ten KiwiRail track workers based in Blenheim are safe from proposed redundancies
Unembalmed bodies in soft wood caskets or simple shrouds could be buried in shallow graves in Marlborough
Doc has applied for resource consent to drop 1080 from the air over land around Ship Cove in Queen Charlotte Sound.
A giant billboard in Wellington is part of a marketing campaign to bring families to Marlborough during the school holidays.
Residents have two weeks to send submissions to the Education Ministry before Koromiko School's fate is sealed.
Interislander staff hauled a bag of bacon up on to the ship to be hand-delivered to a forgetful passenger
JARED NICOLL - The Marlborough ExpressA Picton man has made donation boxes for the Marlborough SPCA to help boost the animal centre's funding.
JARED NICOLL - The Marlborough ExpressA ferry passenger from Blenheim was distressed that she had nowhere to leave her car
Picton Little Theatre can provide a much-needed injection of culture into Marlborough
A Saturday market stall turned into a store-based business for Now & Then gift shop owner Joanne Huntley.
Tales of rough seas and six-week voyages were told on the Interislander yesterday.
Many more wilding pines will be poisoned in the Sounds thanks to $190,000 worth of donations.
The walls of the Atlantis Backpackers are covered with pictures by guests who would rather paint than pay.
A move to delay recreational scalloping in the top of the south this season has no legal weight but is being supported by consultative body spokesman Geoff Rowling.
Celebrating 50 years of ferry travel
Two Picton men who have been in the same gang for decades say the Interislander is still a good place to work.
Over 35 million people cross Cook Strait
Interislander celebrates half a century of moving freight and passengers across the Cook Strait
A sign celebrating Joseph Sullivan's Olympic success and his home town will be put up in Picton.
People around the world have been ringing Blenheim couple Wim and Riet van Velthooven to celebrate with them
Marlborough scallop dredge building business is calling for a ban on commercial scallop harvesting
SVEN HERSELMAN - The Marlborough ExpressIt will be a historic day for the Interislander ferry service next Monday when it celebrates its 50th anniversary of crossing Cook Strait.
A growing range of goods and taking care of customers is behind the Picton Hammer Hardware store's move, says owner Peter Sautar.
Blenheim's 10 KiwiRail track workers will find out this week whether they are to be made redundant.
A Picton man remembers the feeling of uncertainty before the US Air Force dropped atomic bombs on Japan