"When you're surrounded by cities and surrounded by people, you stop realising there's so much outside of the place you're in."
"I expect a lot of screaming... But you'd be surprised, with the maze being so dense you don't hear much in there."
Amazing stories of Marlburians who fought in World War I will be on display.
Technology is replacing the need for a human in many areas of work. Think manufacturing, farming, checking-in for a flight, remote specialist medical staff, buying groceries and self-driving cars.
"It's cool for us, being a little restaurant up the road."
If you are looking to give sailing a go then head to the Queen Charlotte Yacht Club on Saturday.
A group of former students have reached the half way point in their ride against child poverty.
The long, hot days of summer mean there is more time to work in the garden. However, as Saturday Express gardening columnist Mandy Evans writes, there is plenty of work to be done.
A ceramics exhibition that has taken months to organise, drawing artists from the Nelson - Marlboough and West Coast regions, opened at the Refinery Artspace last week , reports Judith Ritchie
A series of collectors stamps and coins have been released by NZ Post to commemorate 100 years of RSA service.
The event will also be great for those who have always meant to get around to climbing up Mt Fyffe.
"I was never one for school. Half the time I would skip classes and go out surfing."
It was a poignant day for the congregation of Sacred Heart Church Kaikoura last Sunday when families gathered for their final Mass as Sacred Heart Parish Kaikoura.
COLUMN: The Momorangi Forest Experience is a must-do, says DOC community ranger Wendy Sullivan.
"We sold out last year, so we are hoping for the same this year."