The 81st Rai Valley A&P Show will go ahead this weekend, whatever the weather.
A century of Red Cross, and a reminder of what the organisation does in Marlborough, is being celebrated at the Marlborough Museum.
A Blenheim man, who made a 100-day commitment to honour Marlborough's fallen servicemen and women, has hit the halfway point.
Car, bike and truck enthusiasts won't want to miss Marlborough's biggest vehicle display this weekend, when the Hospice Classic Car Display rolls into Blenheim.
Blenheim is set to become the only town in the country with a working replica World War II garrison.
Second-hand bargain hunters can get first dibs on the white elephant stall at the Rapaura School Country Harvest Fair this Saturday, for a small fee.
Spring Creek School will host an open day next week to share its big plans with the community.
About 30 angry bulls will stampede into Marlborough this weekend for the 66th annual Tua Marina Rodeo.
Marlborough Migrant Centre celebrated the Chinese and Korean New Year with Marlborough-based immigrants from all over the world.
Water will be brought in from Blenheim for a regional firefighting competition this weekend in Renwick.
Rapaura residents will benefit from better broadband since Chorus finished work on a new fibre-fed broadband cabinet in the area.
Plans for a multi-million riverside cultural precinct in Blenheim will breathe new life into the CBD, an urban planner says.
Dozens are expected to pack a picnics and head to Clos Henri Vineyard for the wine company's annual outdoor film night on Friday.
Eight Marlborough dancers and musicians will perform a rain dance in the hope it will bring relief to the drought-stricken region.
It's that time of year when the salmon begin turning up in the South Island's east coast rivers to the delight of anglers.
Travellers continue to light fires on Kaikoura beaches in breach of a total fire ban, much to the consternation of fire chiefs.
The Sweet-Az Sun Festival in Blenheim on Waitangi Day will be back again next year.
Marlborough received its first good dousing of rain in months on Monday night, water restrictions remain in place.
Sporting draws and fixtures from around the region from February 10.
Crowds turned out with picnic blankets, deckchairs and rastafarian-themed outfits for the Sweet-Az Sun Festival on Friday.
Popular picnic a link to Marlborough's past
Little has changed in what has been the social centrepiece in the Marlborough Sounds for nearly 100 years. And that's what's so great about it.
There was one thing The Store owners Melissa Steward and Sank Macfarlane wanted to retain when they bought the popular cafe a year ago - that "rustic feel".
A jack of all trades is probably the best way to describe the man after who this street is named.
This Renwick street dates back to the early part of the 1900s when a young Renwick widow Jane Gee bought the block of land bounded by Inkerman St, Blick's Rd and the main highway to Nelson.
Kaikoura's annual summer music festival is the perfect cocktail of music, people and place, says musician James Coyle.
A water slide on the banks of the Taylor River has made a summer splash down.
Poppy's homemade icecream shop has seen "phenomenal" numbers of customers this summer, said owner Karen Barwick.
Dining table made into raft was a talking point
A dining table modified into a raft proved a talking point at the novelty raft race at the 10th Picton Maritime Festival.
Having polled its 900 beer-loving members across the country, this week the Society of Beer Advocates released the results of its second annual awards.
If it's a true Kiwi camping experience you're after, stay at Marlborough's Momorangi Bay.
The Maritime Festival is expanding, with Picton streets closed to bring the event into the town.
A total fire ban will be in place between the Wairau and Clarence rivers from 8am on Thursday.
Songs will fill Blenheim's main theatre this weekend when performers vie for the judges' favour in an annual music contest.
Teenager Kimberly Jones can add her name to the list of professional music teachers in Blenheim after passing her Trinity College London ATCL diploma.
Hijinks in a medical surgery will be acted out on stage in Cut and Run, the Havelock Theatre Company's summer production.
Sports fixtures and schedules around the region from January 13.
We continue the series on the history of street names in Marlborough by Maike van der Heide .
Once known as "Laughing Bob's Bay," this little beach at the base of Victoria Domain has been the scene of family picnics for generations.
For whom Francis street was named for remains unclear.
Just a short drive, boat or bike ride or kayak from Picton is Ngakuta Bay, a favourite with locals and visitors alike.
Nearly a kilometre of gravel path has been laid on the busiest section of the Wither Hills Farm Park to make it more user-friendly for runners and walkers.
Tucked away on the edge of Renwick is a cul-de-sac bearing the name of arguably Renwick's greatest inventor.
Sweet-toothed visitors have added to a festive boom at Blenheim business Makana Confections.
Shipwrecks, sea sickness and snoring sailors
The Echo scow operated in Blenheim between the 1920s and 1965 proved the last of the river boats. Heather Simpson speaks to one of its former shipmates about some of his memories.
What do the far northeast of Scotland and the eastern end of Blenheim have in common?
Six of the 10 least-used Department of Conservation campsites are in the Marlborough Sounds.
A free beginner hip hop workshop will be held on the Picton foreshore below the war memorial steps on Wednesday.
A Marlborough winery has made the rare move of opening its restaurant for dinner.
We continue the series by Maike van der Heide on the history of street names in Marlborough
Christmas is over and Picton linehaul driver David Leask has hung up his Santa suit for another year.