High hopes Kaikoura i-Site's new website will help lure tourists back.
Korean students set to study in Marlborough have been officially welcomed to New Zealand.
Professional photographer and competition novice Jessica Jones impresses judges in one of New Zealand's most prestigious competitions.
NZ King Salmon seek judicial review to quash a mussel farm extension muscling in on a public space proposed for salmon farming.
When it comes to high end gourmet goods the Chinese have a growing appetite for New Zealand wine, water and crayfish.
A youth worker for three years, Rose has recently started at Marlborough Girls' College and believes there is a need for a youth worker at all secondary schools.
Move aside mobility scooters, posties in Marlborough might be switching out their bikes for electric delivery buggies.
Marlborough residents will get the chance to hear direct from the airlines at a public meeting in Blenheim next week.
They don't want to work in the local town anymore - as their heads are turned by the promises of higher wages and more hours on the road.
The Government is awarding oyster removal contracts to oyster farmers to support them as they lose their livelihoods.
Kaikoura charter fishing operators are still committed to sustainability in spite of negative press.
Commercial fishers monitor their take, and a new app will make it easier to apply for and monitor customary fishing permits.
Moving back to Picton has helped net a passionate sportswoman her dream job.
Commercial permits have been suspended for companies hoping to open marine animal viewing operations in the Marlborough.
Growers are preparing for the day a damaging bug establishes in New Zealand.
A fishing company stranded by the earthquake has drawn the ire of environmentalists for its proposal to create a launch site beside a scientific reserve.
A survey of South Island chief executives shows health and safety is a bigger concern than recruiting staff or finding new markets.
A new investment group has sprung up in Marlborough with the aim of helping early-stage companies get off the ground.
The Motueka-based company may have moved its peas south to mid-Canterbury, but the rest of the crop is staying firmly in Marlborough soil.
Businesses across the South Island facing extended disruptions as more waves of snow close already fragile transport links.
A new initiative set to support vulnerable teens at secondary school could be rolled out across the region as soon as funding is found.
Kelly Watkins is a media consultant with Fairfax Media and enjoys embracing technological advances to help her clients.
Decision on a road and launch site for struggling commercial fishers could be as transformative as the earthquake for Ward, lawyer says.
Fourteen-year-old booked for second wedding as she sets up her own photography business.
KiwiRail expects freight to travel through Kaikoura "well before Christmas".
Mussel powder producer celebrates Sanford purchase as a "win-win" for the region and the greenshell industry.
With his 30th birthday fast approaching, Anthony Walsh had one final chance to take out a young viticulturist competition.
Seasonal workers have played a crucial part in New Zealand's growing wine industry.
The council has always been reluctant to support two whale centres in Picton. Now, after pulling funding, there are none.
Salmon covered in open wounds, unexplained fish deaths, and the discovery of bacteria never before seen in New Zealand.