Your Marlborough

Bright idea to boost town

Judges Frank Owen from the University of Canterbury, Martin McMullan from NZTA, and Tresca Forrester from NCTIR at the ...

Canterbury University Centre of Entrepreneurship students hit Kaikoura during the weekend for the NZTA Kaikoura Challenge and came up with ways to get visitors back to the quake-damaged town.

Big names behind surf competition

Surfer Alan Te Moananui.

Kaikoura Boardriders Coldwater Classic held on Queen's Birthday Weekend has plenty of heavies behind it as big sponsors come on board to support the local surfing event.

Fonterra staff donate Christmas gift

Kaikoura Primary School kids were some of the 600 Kaikoura school children to be gifted products from Fonterra Brands staff.

Six hundred Kaikoura school children got the surprise of their life when they were gifted bags of food from Fonterra staff.

Draft annual plan out for consultation

The November earthquake has impacted Kaikoura's future planning document.

The Kaikoura District Council's draft annual plan is open for discussion and residents are being encouraged to give feed back.

Harold the giraffe back in town

Marlborough's Life Education Trust got help to get Harold the Little Giraffe and his handler Genevieve McDonald into ...

Life Education charity and mobile classroom teacher leaves Kaikoura feeling grateful for the kindness she received from the quake-affected town.

Lack of tourists slows art calendar

Paper Plus owner Mark Fissenden hands over a $500 cheque to St John station manager Don Wright, with Homewood Hill ...

From the Mountains to the Sea calendar project sales dampened by earthquake.

More delay on reopening highway

Drivers were asked to use the river ford on the Inland Rd, while the temporary Bailey Bridge was closed when the old ...

Delays in opening State Highway 1 south mean more adjustments for recovering quake-shaken Kaikoura residents.

Winter trend: let's get cosy

Alex Fulton is embracing the cold snap.

The designer in me loves this change of season as it gives me an excuse to redesign spaces to suit the colder weather.

The Captain's Daughter

Mussels served many ways

 I'm at the creatively named, nautically themed Captain's Daughter, a craft beer bar and bistro in Havelock town.

The unexpected teacher

Dance fan Corinne McBride never thought she would become a teacher but now can't imagine her life any other way.

She never planned to teach, but after showing her daughter a dance routine she thought 'why not?'

Youth Gig for Youth Week

College students, back from left, Spencer Lane, Kaleb Wyatt, front from left, Deborah Barron and Parehuia Barron will ...

The talents of Marlborough's young people are set to be showcased at a special gig to celebrate Youth Week.

Dedicated ... to a fault

Marlborough Lines network controller Frank Harvey will graduate after 43 years in the industry.

Network controller Frank Harvey switches on to study after more than four decades in the business.

Riding the crest of a wave

Connor Reed, left, and goalie Molly Norton.

Water polo: similar to soccer and basketball, but no horses or snorkels.

Crash scene kindness

Meeting up after his motorcycle accident, Braden Knight left, thanks Alison Hills who cared for him at the crash scene.

When Braden Knight was injured in a crash, he was lucky a nurse was first on the scene.

Where will the next Great Walk go?

The Blue Lake, Nelson Lakes National Park.

OPINION: Nelson Lakes, Coromandel or Queen Charlotte Walk? Where should the next Great Walk go.

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