There we are, alone in the bush, when we turn a corner and come face to face with the beast.
A Marlborough man is helping push the little known sport of ploughing back into the limelight.
I think it's in our blood. The need to clean, re-order, sort-out and plan as soon as those winter days start to lengthen and the weather starts to turn.
Growing healthy kids at Suburban School, Kaikoura.
A troupe of pupils from one class in Blenheim have enjoyed treading the boards in Oliver!
A new Blenheim cafe is set to open its doors, with all the profits going to charity.
"I thought 'what can I do to help?' There must be other people in a similar situation."
OPINION: With poor reading and numeracy skills, every single day is a challenge to not fail, writes Literacy Marlborough manager Jane Vial.
Feisty gran's message to bowling selectors after being dumped from the team.
A K5 strain will kill 20-30 per cent of a rabbit population building immunity against the original calicivirus.
Happy hen sleeps on the couch and lays her eggs in the cat basket.
Heath Franklin on "pretending to be a convicted criminal pretending to be a banana republic dictator".
The home of New Zealand's hardiest sheep is a place few stray onto.
School fundraiser helps pay for an extra teacher.