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Collapsed homestead survivor dies

Margaret Edgar, who was pulled from the rubble of the historic Elms Homestead after the Kaikoura earthquake in November, ...

The woman pulled from the wreckage at Elms Homestead, near Kaikoura, after the 7.8-magnitude earthquake has died.

Share and share alike

Making use of the Redwoodtown School playground in the holidays are, from left, Cameron Park, 7, Ethan Mills, 7 and ...

School playgrounds in Marlborough could get massive increase in funding, on one condition.

What's on

Millennium Public Art Gallery fundraising Art Party with wine, food and music on Thursday.

What's on in Marlborough this week.

Aurora lights up Lake Rotoiti

The red light featured is the top of the aurora. The further south, the more yellow it gets.

A strong geomagnetic storm caused a rare Aurora Australis to be visible at Lake Rotoiti.

Ocean's fifty-five at sea

Marlborough girls Holly Wills, left, and Anna Frisken at the Sir Peter Blake Trust's Youth EnviroLeaders Forum (YELF) in ...

A pair of Picton teenagers were selected from among 500 hopefuls to help tackle environmental issues.

Mum to rescuers: 'You're amazing' video

Crew members winch Melinda Craik to safety from the bush in the Marlborough Sounds.

An injured mother rescued by the crew of a Life Flight Westpac Rescue Helicopter is urging people to donate to this week's chopper appeal.

Pride in her place

Port Marlborough Pavillion manager Dale Ashworth enjoys her role at the heart of the community.

There is no place like home for Port Marlborough Pavilion manager Dale Ashworth.

Snail conundrum closed

The mystery behind the eccentric grass snails seems to be over.

Questions over the sudden appearance of thousands of miniscule snail shells have finally been answered.

Sticks and loans break bones

Walking sticks need checked regular, says Access Mobility store manager Bill McElhinney.

Walking stick users are being encouraged to bring their canes in for a crucial warrant of fitness.

White crosses for those who fell on Anzac Day

On Friday RSA member Allen Orum and Anzac Day coordinator Ross James and Jenny James laid out the Field of Remembrance ...

Every Kaikoura person who died in World War I was remembered with white crosses on Anzac Day.

Rufus ready for new challenge

Rufus Henry is finding it's a struggle to get work after earthquake.

Having Down's Syndrome hasn't stopped this young man from stepping up to new challenges. He's a willing worker however finding a job and following his dream has been a struggle especially since the earthquake.

Navy strengthens ties to town

Every year the New Zealand Navy plays a large role in Napier's Art Deco Weekend festivities after leading the recovery ...

The role of the navy in the recovery work in two of New Zealand's largest earthquakes have deepened naval ties in the towns.

All alone and in limbo

Amberley Rest Home manager Tracey Dimmock-Rump and 83-year-old Celia Wigmore, who has been without a place to call home ...

Evacuated after the Kaikoura quake, Celia Wigmore, 83, is finally allowed to go home - if she had one.

Job opportunities in the pipeline

Canterbury Red Cross trainer Sue Beach takes Stacey Day through the first aid course.

Leaders of a training programme similar to the one which ran successfully after the Christchurch earthquake rebuild are hoping the people of Kaikoura will take up new employment opportunities .

Look who's talking: Libby Clifford

Libby Clifford has been appointed the new job of communications officer at Kaikoura District Council.

Libby Clifford has been appointed the new job of communications officer at Kaikoura District Council - an important role to help lead the conversation during the next stage of the recovery plan after November's earthquake.

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