Garrison Society Members Ernie Smith, left, Adam North, Robyn Smith (front), and Allan Udy in one of the main buildings ...

Dance back in time at Omaka

Get your glad rags on for a night of 40s and 50s music on Queen's Birthday Weekend.

Police chase car lead

Police want to identify the occupants of this Subaru caught on CCTV going around the Grove Rd roundabout on Monday morning.

Police want to identify the occupants of a green and silver Subaru, caught on CCTV shortly after the robbery.

Bluebridge admits to oil spill

A leaking oil line released fuel into the ship's ballast tank, which was emptied going into shallow water.

Bag ban sparks sewing bee

Hospice Shop volunteers have come up with a snazzy solution to the ban on plastic bags.

The bench people

Memorial benches are a common sight in parks across NZ - but who are the people behind the brass plaques?

Her undercover life video

Not many James Bond-style spy stories come out of rural Marlborough, which makes this one even more intriguing.

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Making a motel home

The Millan family, from left, Issy, 8, Sianne, Elijah, 11 months, and Arleyah, 16, are excited to move into Brydan ...

Eight-year-old Issy Millan is most excited about the spa baths. Her mum is happy there's a washing machine.

Markle adds sparkle to table 22

Staff at boutique Marlborough winery dream of hosting new duchess again, this time with hubby in tow.

Healthy kids start at home

The anti-chlorine rebellion

Opinion

A necessary struggle?

The Kaikōura District Council is currently consulting on the three-year plan.

Former Kaikōura District Councillor Darlene Morgan is urging Kaikōura residents to have their say over council plans to raise rates by an average of 35-40 percent.

Next stop, South Africa

Ricky Devine White has said his goodbyes to family and friends. Next Saturday, he will be at the Mr Gay World grand ...

COLUMN: Ricky Devine White has left for Mr Gay World. Here's a reminder on how contestants are scored.

Shopping for an alternative to plastic

Mark A'Court of FreshChoice Nelson with some of the alternatives to plastic that they will be offering.

EDITORIAL: One supermarket's decision to eliminate plastic bags offers hope that an end might be in sight for the portable polluter.

Finding a way forward

Education Minsiter Chris Hipkins, centre, discusses the state of Marlborough Girls' College with principal Mary-Jeanne ...

COLUMN: Chris Hipkins wants to "set the record straight", co-location has not been put on hold.

It's not guns, it's overcrowding

Police officers cordon off the area after a knife attack in central Paris, on May 12, 2018.

OPINION: Last week's Paris stabbing brought horror, but where were the calls for stricter controls on knife ownership?

Business

Broken glass danger for bin men

Broken glass should be wrapped before kerbside collection says Alec McNeil from Marlborough District Council.

A Marlborough rubbish collector was left with a badly gashed knee caused by unwrapped broken glass.

Little coffee cart, big attitude

Coffee has never looked so rock n roll. Kirstie Paulin has great artwork on her environmentally friendly, biodegradable ...

Picton has a new arrival - the first dedicated coffee cart to set up shop in the portside town.

New boss sees bright future for iwi

Simon Karipa recently moved from Wellington to Marlborough to take up the role of General Manager with the ...

There's a new general manager on the block at Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō and he's raring to go.

Off for Africa at 87

Travel company co-owner Maurice Brown will make sure Doreen Hester has the trip of a lifetime in Ethiopia.

Some 87-year-olds prefer a quieter life but not Doreen Hester, she's heading off the beaten track to explore Ethiopia.

10 supermarkets ditch plastic bags

Plastic bags will be no longer be available at some Countdown supermarkets from May 21.

Countdown says it will pack groceries in a bucket, wheelbarrow or bag - it doesn't matter, just bring something.

Your Marlborough

Dance back in time at Omaka

Garrison Society Members Ernie Smith, left, Adam North, Robyn Smith (front), and Allan Udy in one of the main buildings ...

Get your glad rags on for a night of authentic 1940s music and entertainment on Queen's Birthday Weekend.

You can run, but you can't hide

Staying hidden is the hardest part of hide-and-seek when you're five-years-old

I am sure if I lived in a mansion with 10 bedrooms, hide-and-seek would be more fun but I don't and it isn't.

What's on

Hopetoun Brown and Finn Scholes bring their horn-powered show to Picton's Little Theatre on Saturday.

Looking for something to do in Marlborough this week?

Special award for special person

Wilson helped make the case for a health shuttle to Nelson Hospital, the removal of local prescription charges and the ...

The time for awards had passed but Marlboorugh District Council decided to make an exception for Jean Wilson.

Hats off to family fundraisers

Hoping to get ahead with a winter hat fundraiser for Marlborough Parents Centre are, from left, Stella, 3, Zara, 1, ...

Volunteers at a parenting centre hope a cute winter hat fundraiser will help get them ahead with their finances.

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