People usually associate monochrome with black and white but this is not accurate, art exhibition coordinator Karen Neal says.
Carolyn Robinson always wanted to be a teacher, she says.
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In the fourth of a series of chats with people behind the Marlborough Book Festival, Jane Hunter shares her thoughts on reading. The managing director of Hunter's Wine, Jane is a book lover and sponsor of the festival.
The chooks have decided it's about time they featured in a column again. They'd like people to know that keeping chooks is fun. They're right. Chooks are rewarding pets, but there are a few things to consider.
"Painted Stories", an exhibition of art which has appeared in books by Joy Cowley, published by Gecko Press, is now showing at the Millennium Art Gallery in Blenheim. It will run until the second Marlborough Book Festival which starts on July 24, where Joy is a featured writer.
Spring Creeks' Moutere Rugby Club was filled with laughter and reminiscing when folk took a trip down memory lane last week.
The Longest Day event challenging Kaikoura youth to new heights has been completed to a backdrop of cheers, backslaps and exhaustion.
Renwick Primary School celebrated its wearable arts show on Friday, titled Junk to Funk.
The walls and foundations of St Andrew's Church may have recovered since the 2013 earthquake but the church's bank account has not.
There are few people who will know the words of children's books by heart, the placement of crayons and mashed banana that mark the pages and which puzzles that have pieces missing. But head teacher at Witherlea Kindergarten Brenda Sulieman can tell you with ease.
For 20 years the Zonta Club of Marlborough has stood for the equality for women from 37 ethnicities in the region.
Didymo, emperor penguins, old man's beard and great white butterflies all have something in common - they are some of the new plants, animals, or microbes constantly arriving on our shores.
Jumping from a plane 16,500 feet from the ground is definitely not something on Ted Culley's bucket list.
Beer bottles and old bikes to cupboard doors were collected during a beach and river cleanup at Wairau Diversion and Rarangi Beach.