He allegedly offered to sell meth and cannabis several times a week for months.
7:10 AM There are more trucks hanging about Picton and plans are in place to pave over a park. Not everyone is happy.
Care workers jobs to go after equal pay win, replaced by "home assistants". Rest home says it's all it can afford.
Port crew spout off about their latest addition as they take her for a spin in the Sounds.
Pruning season is over, these guys are going home, no matter what.
She had smoked cannabis since she was young, but could no longer afford it, she told police.
The next 11 days could well decide Tasman's Mitre 10 Cup rugby season.
Weekly golf notes
The Queen Charlotte Yacht Club opened their 2017-18 season in a cloud of smoke on Saturday.
Cameron Lindsay replaces Paul Ifill as Tasman United captain.
Marlborough's rep golfers found the going tough during the triangular tournament played at the Greenacres Golf Club in Nelson on Saturday and Sunday.
Opinion: Tony Orman questions whether our politicians are actually qualified for the job.
OPINION: The road freight industry has put hundreds of more trucks on the road in both islands to cover freight no longer being shipped by rail or sea.
We live in a time of absurdly cheap consumer goods, of continual sales and bargains and a dominance by big shopping chains and franchises.
Hugh Steadman from Marlborough climate action group Climate Karanga discusses the possible impacts of higher temperatures in Marlborough.
Opinion: It is urgent a separate, well-resourced Ministry of Fisheries be re-established, writes Peter Watson.
After a week of wild weather, freight is back on the newly-reopened rail line between Picton and Christchurch.
New species and technologies will increase resilience of aquaculture stock for the future, industry told.
Havelock's Slip Inn serves up a waterfront view with plenty of entertainment from the nearby boat ramp.
It can be pretty wild trying to organise a wedding, especially these days.
For a century, the mail boat has provided a vital link to families cloistered in secluded bays, the comforting chug of its engine a binding link to the mainland.
Visitors are blown away, but the owners of this Blenheim garden just think about what they could do better.
Kākābeak brings its splash of red to gardens
After taking out four awards at the Canterbury event, the Kaikōura Youth Council has decided to do their own thing.
A final decision on controversial plans to move the highway through Kaikōura could be another month away.
Armed forces are expected back in Kaikōura next month, but residents need not worry.
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