Drugs raid in Kaikōura

Police have seized items used to sell methamphetamine and cannabis in Kaikōura. (File photo)

Three men have been arrested in relation to cannabis and meth dealing after several properties were searched.

Fake rape claim 'vindictive'

Dannielle Weir claimed she was pulled into a car at the corner of Weld and Muller, in Blenheim.

Judge names woman to help relieve "the hardship" of the innocent man she accused.

Pursuit ends with police dogs

Port Underwood Rd in Marlborough is a narrow, winding and sometimes unsealed road.

A driver and passenger bit off more than they could chew when they did a runner from the cops. It took a police dog to bring them to justice.

The 5-year plan of a RSE worker video

Hortus workers, from left, Laurence Jockey, Lovis Lulu and Jerry Sawon picking grapes in Marlborough.

Isaac Tom has two choices; drive a bus or pick grapes. One brings in twice as much.

Fire risk: More tracks close

Upper tracks in the Wither Hills have been closed since Thursday.

"We just don't want people in there and getting caught if something did start," says reserves boss.

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Opinion

What will become of Waterlea?

The racecourse and grandstand at Waterlea Racecourse.

OPINION: It could have been a new college campus site, but that plan has bolted too.

Mum's the word

Miss Six takes her baking very seriously, especially when it comes to cakes.

Miss Six wants to have her cake and eat it when it comes to being in the kitchen.

Mum's the word

When Miss Six has something on her mind, sleep is not on the agenda.

OPINION: It's the middle of the night and she should be sound asleep but Miss Six has some burning questions.

She's a pretty big job

The front cover of "The Kaikōura Job", published by the NZ Railway & Locomotive Society.

New book retells 'The Kaikōura Job': "A record was set on May 26 when in one day over 7000 cubic metres of debris was removed from one slip, 300 metres high."

Cob cottage care

DOC ranger Ray Bennett, left, and DOC South Marlborough operations manager Phil Bradfield, work on the Acheron ...

OPINION: It's stood for more than 150 years and DOC staff are making sure it stands for many more.

Your Marlborough

Perfect chance for picnikers

Conservation volunteers have helped restore Ronga Reserve and a special event will give members of the public a peek ...

 From long tailed bats to pygmy daisys, the Department of Conservation's Summer Explorer programme has something for all.

Wairau Warriors win

The Wairau Warriors and Colts following the 2nd Grade T20 final which saw the Warriors come out on top.

An entertaining and high-ecoring final saw the Wairau Warriors come out on top.

Mum's the word

When Miss Six has something on her mind, sleep is not on the agenda.

OPINION: It's the middle of the night and she should be sound asleep but Miss Six has some burning questions.

Glass recycling project expands

The Glass Packaging Forum is shouldering half the cost of providing a recycling container like this one to Oyster Bay ...

No more 90-minute drives to the recycling centre as far-flung community joins project to divert glass from landfill.

Cob cottage care

DOC ranger Ray Bennett, left, and DOC South Marlborough operations manager Phil Bradfield, work on the Acheron ...

OPINION: It's stood for more than 150 years and DOC staff are making sure it stands for many more.

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What's on

Loved Ones Wedding Fair and a beer festival at The Vines Village on Sunday.

Looking for something to do in Marlborough this week?

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