Tight-fitting lycra, territorial magpies and a rusty old red bike were all part of a former Marlborough Boys' College student's charity cycling trip across the Australian great divide.
Picton singing teacher Nancy Woolford says people can look forward to a sparkling concert when her students perform at St Andrew's Church next week.
Three landscape artists working in different mediums area are featured in a new exhibition at the Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery in Blenheim.
Keen young Marlborough cricketers are lining up to be a part of the newly rebranded Superstar Academy.
The Picton PowerHouse has unveiled a whale carving crafted from an old tree.
Daredevil Havelock teachers Tracey Wearing and Piers Throssell are skydiving for a cause.
Picton's beloved Rail and Sail train will be back up and chugging soon after the tracks underwent a restoration.
A Blenheim student will be showing off his musical skills in Auckland after earning a spot in a national brass band.
Helping hands are being called upon to preserve the Grovetown Lagoon and Wetlands
COLUMN: Saturday Express landscaping expert Christo Saggers says Marlborough could do so much more with its rural and urban spaces.
Two Blenheim men are fronting a campaign to raise awareness around suicide prevention and much needed funding for Marlborough's Lifeline.
From modest beginnings of less than a dozen history buffs to a current membership of more than 300 members, Marlborough's Historical Society has much to celebrate as it turned 60 in September.
Next week is mental health awareness week, and one Blenheim woman wants to share her story to tell people with mental illness they are not alone; there is hope and life can even be beautiful.
Wellington musos the Modern Maori Quartet will be performing in Blenheim this week, as the last leg of their three-month New Zealand tour.
Bohally Intermediate teacher Nicky Cameron-Dunn has been voted one of New Zealand's top 100 most inspiring teachers.