OPINION: If environmentally sacrificing vast areas of the Sounds is the only way we can economically sustain this industry then clearly we have a problem.
SATIRE: Mum happy with 'Sit At Home' exams as her teenage son only likes to study in his bedroom with the door locked.
OPINION: Maataa Waka men's stopping violence programme co-ordinator Malcolm Pitman challenges men to take a stand against domestic violence.
OPINION: Climate Karanga member Penny Wardle talks about the need to take action in the face of slow decision making by world leaders around climate change.
Kaikoura MP Staurt Smith weighs-in on the ongoing Kaikoura civic centre building saga.
COLUMN: We are perfectly placed here, right in the middle of New Zealand, to make the most of attracting visitors from other regions whether by road, ferry or on our excellent air services. What it does for our economy is hard to overstate.
Correspondents write about climate change, the draft regional plan, taking offence and fireworks being 'insensitive'.
Correspondents write about Kent St in Picton, marine farming and moa.
Correspondents write about the district council, fireworks and climate change,
Blenheim looks set to become the first town in the southern hemisphere to trial movable smart homes as the council tries to rid itself of a failed multi-storey car park.
OPINION: This coming week is Child Abuse Prevention Week and we all need some ideas on how to help lower the appalling statistics we have in NZ.
COLUMN: There are increased, and public, efforts being made by Marlborough primary industry groups to engage council in discussion on the region’s management plan and regional policy statement review.
Correspondents write about college prize-giving, the draft plan and salmon mortality.
Correspondents write about car parking, climate change denial and quote management.
SATIRE: A vigilante group of dog owners and sleep-deprived parents has vowed retribution on residents holding their own backyard firework displays.
Correspondents write about parking in Blenheim, climate change and the Quota Management System
It is that time of year again and our very own garden festival is upon us.
Correspondents write about climate change, college prize-giving and the district plan.
OPINION: Recreational fisherman Hugh Shields says the problem surrounding the cod fishery in the Marlborough Sounds is not one of recreational verses commercial.
OPINION: Marlborough is blessed with a wide array of social agencies and volunteers who aim to address these issues. But they are being hollowed out by lack of government funding.
The cost of tickets to the Marlborough Boys'College cultural prize-giving has readers riled.
Correspondents write about parking in Blenheim, planting and the seasons.
Correspondents write about climate change, marine farming and the Marlborough District Council's draft district plan.
Correspondents write about blue cod rules, climate change and the Wairau Affray sign.
Correspondents vent their anger over parking fees in Blenheim.
The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board is planning a widespread ban on all fruit in hospital cafes from next year because of their high sugar content.
The recent announcement of new blue cod rules for the Marlborough Sounds is a significant step forward in ensuring our unique part of the world, and all its resources, is available to future generations.
Joseph Sullivan 'Local Lad Makes Good' / Christ Cairns 'Local Lad Makes Bad'