With their zingy tartness and bright in-your-face flavours, Kiwi pilseners are the beer world's answer to Marlborough sauvignon blanc,
The Marlborough Sounds is the setting for a new novel by Wellington writer Thomas W Devine.
Draws for sporting events across the region from December 16.
Blenheim writer Paula Bayley has been named "author of the month" by a Texas publishing agency.
Draws for sporting events across the region from December 9.
Scenes from a classic children's story and a celebration of classical ballet feature in an end-of-year production for a Blenheim dance school.
Original compositions join the folk and bluegrass songs played by a Kiw- American acoustic duo, No Bones About it.
Large woodcut prints have been created by Little River artist Josh Bashford, using a big press he bought after his last exhibition in Picton.
Landscape colours in Marlborough are celebrated by Wellington artist Richard Ponder in his paintings.
Marlborough's newest summer festival has shifted across town to Lansdowne Park.
The unexpected becomes the expected the longer you stay at Pip and Noel's Waikawa holiday house.
Blenheim's newest piece of public art on the banks of the Taylor River has been named.
Betty Guard, the first white woman to settle in the South Island came to Marlborough at the tender age of 15 with her ex-convict whaler husband Jacky Guard.
With lower drink-driving limits in force, the session IPA trend is a welcome one.
A little fish gets lost in the Marlborough Sounds and swims out into the Tasman Sea. His journey is told in the Marlborough Dance Centre's end-of-year-production, A Fish Tale.
Weekly sports draws around Marlborough from December 2
Principal harpist with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra Helen Webby will be a guest performer in a Blenheim charity Christmas concert.
The latest video from Blenheim rapper Bradley Simmonds, aka B Man, is already racking up the views on YouTube.
Two brothers will donate money from a shared art exhibition opening in Blenheim this week to Hospice Marlborough.
Eighty-eight solar panels installed at Renwick School are expected to meet half of the school's energy needs during winter.
Summer Sounds goes from strength to strength
The Kaikoura Summer Sounds music festival is all about the music, and not about posing, its organiser says.
Great stories have flowed to the founder of Picton's whale centre, writes Selina Powell .
Region's bike trails to be extended
Popular mountainbike trails in Marlborough are to be extended as part of the region's most significant track development in 14 years.
Places are still available for undercover detectives in a murder mystery drama event at TopHouse near St Arnaud, this weekend.
Choral singers need to keep their backs straight, their tongues flat and project their voices forward.
Marlborough's public art space is gearing up for a night of fun and colour on Thursday, with a fun-filled fiesta fundraiser.
Narek Hakhnazaryan captivated the sell-out house in Blenheim on Saturday night, when he performed as guest soloist with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
The New World Wine Awards have been and gone, leaving us with a selection of 50 award-winning wines all available for under $25 each.
Maike van der Heide meets an avid Marlborough rosarian who knows a prize-winning rose when she sees one.
Dancing fairies pop out of large, decorated boxes to promote the Vanessa Bryant Dance Studio end-of-year production in Blenheim this week.
To mark Child Abuse Prevention Day, a victim of sexual abuse and a social worker tell Heather Simpson child abuse won't stop until people stand against it.
Leafing through the New World Beer and Cider Awards, I was struck by how many of the winning beers are defined by an overt Kiwi or American hop character.
Keen gardeners and flower enthusiasts swarmed Seymour Square in Blenheim yesterday, stripping the gardens of colour and loading buckets with plants.
Blenheim's newest public artwork could be one of Marlborough's must-see attractions, says Arts Trust spokesperson.
Weekly sports draws around Marlborough from November 18.
Twists, turns and murderous pandemonium will fill comedy thriller The Game's Afoot, opening for a 10-show season in Blenheim next week.
Russian history will be narrated through dance when the Russian National Dance company performs in Blenheim on Sunday.
Lee Stuart reckons she's had music in her life since before she was born.
An exhibition of pottery and ceramic art at Gillan Gallery in Blenheim is proving that Marlborough clay artists are right up there with some of the best.
Some 6000 visitors were bathed in sunshine as they checked out the Stihl Shop Croads Garden Fete.
Organisers pleased to see higher numbers at this year's Marlborough A&P Show.
Sarnim Dean explores the wild northwest tip of the South Island.
A day celebrating a Decade of Dog Point Vineyard was an ideal opportunity to showcase the company's vineyards and wines.
Organised by the Society of Beer Advocates (Soba), the National Homebrew Competition is an annual contest designed to find this country's best home brewers.
The barbecue is dead - long live the barbecue.
Cathie Bell looks at how the Marlborough Story was developed and why the regional rebranding was needed.
Nelmac Garden Marlborough tour visitors to the Herzog gardens are in for a treat when they visit this European-inspired location.
A trio of olive oil experts yesterday kicked off judging for this weekend's Marlborough A&P Show.
Weekly sports draws around Marlborough from November 4.
GEOFF GRIGGS - MarlboroughAlthough I've tasted Great Punkin several times and always enjoyed it, I always struggle to think of occasions when I'd like to sit down and drink a glass or two.