Your Marlborough

What's on

Johnny Coleman with daughter Leila Coleman-Knight at the Renwick Christmas festival in 2015.

Things to do around Marlborough this week.

Hygge your home

Bohemian style living from the Entwine trend for Dulux Colour Forecast 2017 featuring Dulux colours Buttercookie and ...

Alex Fulton teaches us the Danish art of 'hygge'.

Try something new

Bottom side down once again - Sarnim Dean hits the deck

Sarnim Dean trades in his mountainbike for a tennis racket and takes the court at the Marlborough Tennis Club.

Take Christmas into the garden

Why shouldn't your garden get some Christmas decorations too this year?

Everyone decorates the inside of their house but not so many give the outside of the their homes the same attention.

One tile at a time

Havelock Enhancement Working Group members, from left, Glynnis Paton, Judy Shone, Pam Elvy, Kerry Ellis and Rachel ...

Mosaic project to brighten grey town nearly finished.

The beat goes on

Community Constable Russ Smith, centre, says volunteers on the beat, such as Brent Laurenson, left, and Graeme Percy, ...

Community patrols become eyes and ears of police in Marlborough.

'Here we are, 25 years later'

Severne St residents, from left, Gwyneth Lowe, Margaret Marfell, Josh Marshall and Julia Marshall.

Blenheim neighbours celebrate 25th Christmas street party.

Fruits of her labour

Roberta Cameron is an expert when it comes to growing pineapples.

Although this year's crop is smaller in size, Roberta is still delighted with her pint-sized pineapples.

World record almost ditched

Firefighter Rudy Pospisil is cycling the globe to raise money for cancer research.

He's cycled some of the busiest, most dangerous roads in the world. Then he arrived in NZ.

Fresh from the fight

Bruce South at Picton Cricket Club.

We all need a hero, thankfully Marlborough has 15 of them.

Going the extra mile

Flaxbourne Services and Cafe employee 
Roxanne Phipps.

Meet the owner of Flaxbourne Services, a crucial part of the Ward community.

Six decades of service

Picton Volunteer Fire Brigade volunteer Raynor Henson and his wife Joan with the two fire trucks named after them.

Volunteer firefighter used to get docked for leaving work, until the company went up in flames.

Walkway gets another river reflection video

Blenheim School pupil Sophia Liddicoat, 7, is the latest poet to have her work on display along the Taylor River.

Blenheim pupil joins the ranks of riverside poets, inspiring people to get back to nature.

Going nowhere fast in caravan

Kekerengu farmer Duncan Furniss inside his house after the earthquake struck.

With the house and woolshed "rooted", a farming family are now living in a caravan.

Kicking up a stink

Marlborough District councillor Jamie Arbuckle, with his dog Gizmo, wants to see all owners picking up after their dogs.

Spot fines considered for people dumping doggy doo bags at popular park.

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