What's happening in and around Marlborough this week.
Blenheim vets fundraise for charity while vaccinating for free.
A flower shop in Blenheim is blooming excited for the 75th anniversary of the business.
A cottage garden is a thing of beauty and with some work is possible for anyone to achieve. Saturday Express landscaping columnist Christo Saggers talks about creating one.
A young Picton ruby player has been given a full sponsorship to attend the International Rugby Academy of New Zealand in Palmerston North in January.
A tour company is sailing back to an island in the Marlborough Sounds, which is home to some of the rarest species in the country.
Lisa Wheeler has treated a woman who struggled with decisions as basic as what type of lip balm to buy.
Redwood Lifestyle Care and Village manager Wendy Nicholson says caring for the elderly is an "honour".
Marlborough people are encouraged to celebrate their Scottish heritage at 'Time for Scotland'
Rimu door frames among the treasures being offered for free during Second-Hand Sunday
Marlborough has always been fairly low on the mountain biking radar but there are some great tracks.
Sisters Nicky Woodill and Jennie Jonsson have returned from a trip to India where they made some lasting friendships and are now hoping to raise money to buy a van for a children's home.
Helen Mason says the green prescription handed to her by doctor at the start of the year saved her life.
Junior tennis in Kaikoura is going from strength to strength, with 36 children now registered this season.
Who would you rather adopt - Richie or Dan? Sonny Bill or Savea?