Former Express reporter John Alexander continues his series talking to ex-Marlburians now living across the ditch.
The title of Yvonne Jordan's new exhibition "Through the Haze" has a special meaning to the Blenheim artist.
The four businessmen had set off from Canvastown the previous day, travelling the main Maungatapu road.
The deciduous trees and vines have slipped from autumnal hues to bare wood. Winter is upon us.
Classical singer Robert Tucker is pursuing his passion in Blenheim.
Moving to California will be a "great adventure", Accolade Wines' new general manager for North America says.
Plans are underway to link isolated Marlborough Sounds communities with Skype
May 17 was a damp day in Kaikoura but nothing could dampen the enthusiasm, the joy, the energy of the people of Sacred Heart Parish.
Eco-burials in a designated area were officially approved by the Kaikoura District Council at its meeting last week.
It may not be most people's ideal Friday night, but after a long working week, Tracy Davis chooses to trade in the wine for hot chocolate, the sofa for the cold community hall and the company of a good Friday night flick to hang with 11 high-energy teens.
A young Picton jeweller has been selected to exhibit his work in an international graduate art show at the prestigious Galerie Marzee in the Netherlands.
One of the best things about writing this column is the way the editors of the esteemed titles that publish it don't tell me what to do.
Looking for something to do this weekend? How about lending a hand picking olives?
In the spirit of youth week, Marlborough District Councillors recall the days when their skin was spotty, members of the opposite sex were "scary" and the world was a very different place.
Marlborough Midweek continues its series of chats with Marlborough people.