The new workers village on the outskirts of Kaikoura is a great boost for the local economy.
The beautiful Marlborough Sounds is not an infinite sink for waste.
OPINION: The Cook Strait could be the only way to bring in vital supplies, but the docks will likely be broken for weeks.
Correspondents write about MPI and salmon farms, freedom campers, the closure of BNZ's Picton branch, policy and public projects.
Correspondents write about Marlborough's senior population, food at Nelson Hospital, Anzac Day thanks, salmon farms, and superannuation.
Sauvignon blanc's place as the backbone of the New Zealand wine industry is being celebrated this week.
The biggest reforms in a generation are about to be made to fishing laws.
Correspondents write about roading, the Blenheim band rotunda, salmon farms, recycling, democracy, cell coverage, the riverside railway, illegal dumping, and means testing.
Invasive species "homogenise" indigenous environments.
OPINION: Submissions on King Salmon's application for new farms is lip service to democracy, writes Tony Orman.
Correspondents write about Anzac Day, columnist Joe Bennett, recycling in Marlborough, and Marlborough wine.
OPINION: Blenheim woman Kia King has some questions for our government departments.
Over the last few years, I've written a lot of columns about growing up at French Pass in the 1950s and 1960s.
Opinion:The salmon industry is highly compatible with a more natural environment, argues NZKS boss Grant Rosewarne.
The Guardians of the Sounds are organising a public flotilla to oppose NZ King Salmon's plan for six new salmon farms.
Correspondents write about the issues of the day.
Correspondents write about rubbish at the Picton Marina, labour woes, election year, courtesy crossings and Renwick water, our MP on waterways, the new health hub and NZ Post.
OPINION: There is no secret to business success but hard, smart work and good luck, writes Steve Smith.
Correspondents write about Renwick water usage, Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson's new book Hit and Run, the environment awards, and the new health hub.
OPINION: Sounds residents call for government's salmon farm relocation plan to be "tossed out".
Correspondents write about the salmon relocation plan, biking SH1, fluoride, and courtesy crossings.
OPINION: Titi (sooty shearwater/muttonbirds) were once so abundant in the Marlborough Sounds it led to the name Titirangi Bay.
The issues that matter to readers.
OPINION: NZKS CEO Grant Rosewarne offers his views on a proposal to relocate salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds.
Correspondents write about salmon farming, water quality readings, moving stock, seasonal changes and Marlborough wine.
Correspondents write about the proposal salmon farm relocation. the roading fund and coastal shipping.
OPINION: Associate Minister of Housing Alfred Ngaro, joined me on a visit to Kaikōura last week.
OPINION: When you get out in nature make sure you enjoy it for all its sensory glory.
Correspondents write about MPI's consultation process, the Marlborough Multicultural Festival, stock on roads, Wairau Hospital, and fisheries.
In the Maori world female ancestors have always been recognised for their leadership qualities, writes Dr Peter Meihana.