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Kaikoura student aiming high

Kaikoura High School Year 12 student Jack Cotter is trying to raise enough money to go to Nepal next year, but more ...

Kaikoura student sets up legacy for others.

Gearing up for the Hop

The Kaikoura Hop, in its sixth year, is moving from Takahanga Domain to the South Bay racecourse this year to ...

Big change planned for Kaikoura's classic car event.

Garth gave Kaikoura a sporting chance

Garth Bennington moved from the West Coast to Kaikoura in 1952 and has lived here ever since.

Garth Bennington

What's on

SUNDAY: Seddon School annual Tussock Run fundraiser.

What's on in Marlborough this week.

Sense of adventure

Exploring the great outdoors are, from left, Tui Huntley, 3, Isabella Laverack, 4, and Te Kupenga preschool teacher ...

Young explorers in Marlborough are set to join a nationwide nature adventure.

Just like Nana's

Chanitlly Cafe manager KIrsty Sundholm.

As part of a series on hospitality providers in Marlborough, Anna Williams sits down with Kirsty Sundholm, manager of Chantilly Cafe in Blenheim.

Coming home on a warship

Picton's Alex Skene returned home aboard the naval warship Te Mana.

Picton's Alex Skene arrived home in style, aboard the HMS Te Mana when it docked on Tuesday.

Corporate rowers to duke it out

Central Regional Performance Rowing Centre rowers who train at the Wairau Rowing club, from left, Ella Pudney, Hannah ...

Keen to defeat your business rivals in a rowing race?

Cinderella in the modern world

Shalom Del'Monte-Aberhart, left, will direct a Cinderella pantomime written by Nozz Fletcher, which will run at the ...

 Auditions are being held for a contemporary pantomime of Cinderella.

Can technology save us?

An artist's illustration of a DNA double helix from the National Human Genome Research Institute.

OPINION: Like many major advances in technologies, there is the potential for tampering with human DNA to be used in ways humanity might ultimately regret.

Picton's war on pests video

Picton Dawn Chorus predator-free group secretary Siobain Browning shows a group of Picton Kindergarten children how to ...

Volunteers are the front line in the battle to bring back New Zealand's dawn chorus.

Gardening with the dog

Dahlias make for beautiful show flowers, if their bulbs are not destroyed by the dog first.

COLUMN: Gardening with your dog can be challenging, writes Saturday Express gardening columnist Mandy Evans.

Small packages

‘Upstairs’ provides some dreamy solitude.

​Peter and Heather Jameson's 'tiny house' is proof that big does not always mean better.

Seafood the star

Prawn and clam risotto

Prawn and Clam Risotto with Saffron is a definite favourite at Picton's Cafe Cortado.

Paint the town yellow

Volunteer daffodil picker for the Cancer Society Daffodil Day fundraiser Brian Burgess.

Daffodil Day on Friday will see nearly 60,000 daffodils on sale for the Marlborough Cancer Society.

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