Night-time closures, unsealed sections and lane closures will greet travellers when the quake-damaged SH1 reopens in December.
Winston Peters described Labour and National as "big city parties with big city views", so will the regions see more love?
The thought of confined spaces can drive some people up the walls. Not these guys.
BV Gourmet hopes to soon have a revolving door of glass coffee cups, with none going to waste.
The owner of two popular night spots in Blenheim is seemingly looking to open a third.
Sorting soggy bits of paper and losing crucial photos are a thing of the past for building control officers.
While beauty salon owner Chris Chapman may regret her blue eyeshadow phrase she has no regrets about having her own business.
Sales had dropped significantly, especially after the earthquake, to the point where the shop had not made a charitable donation in a year.
Named Kiwa, after a sea god, Tai Timu, an outgoing tide, and Tai Pari, an incoming tide, the waka will offer students an "enhanced" experience.
They can't watch an R16 movie, but their directorial debuts are about to get the red carpet treatment.
After "investing their life's savings" into their new homes, residents have banded together to fight the furnace to the bitter end.
Sounds Air could be flying 19-seaters between Christchurch and Blenheim by early next year.
Could Marlborough's housing squeeze finally be coming to an end? With new subdivisions starting to take shapeall over Blenheim, reporter Geoff Vause investigates.
Major wine company challenges pollution charges, saying they were filed out of time.
They might work for one of the largest companies in the world, but they live in Marlborough, and they care for Marlborough.
New course takes people into the bush where they learn about plants and their potions.
The newly rebuilt rail line from Picton to Christchurch could be closed for the rest of the month.
Funding has started to roll in for a proposed cycle trail from Picton to Kaikōura.
Video surveillance reveals a group of young people walking through a property ripping pot plants from their new planters.
When the going gets tough, the women at a small rural institute get going.
Blenheim woman returns to Indian leper community, this time with a friend.
A few friends felt Marlborough needed a book festival, so they started one. Now look.
Self-confessed "outdoor adventure bums" are helping save the planet - one greeting card at a time.
Researchers are looking to artificial Intelligence to accurately count grapes and estimate vineyard yields.
Marlborough wines swept up at the latest New World Wine Awards 2017 held in Wellington.
Residents of Marlborough spend the most on groceries compared to other regions, according to new data from Westpac.
Blenheim man brings disused plantations back to life in Vanuatu venture.
Forget Google with its bean bags and slides, Blenheim accountants take 'modern office' next level.
It's neither luxurious nor upmarket, but that's the way the "Woody" locals like it.
As the classroom door is pulled to, colourful crayon pictures still hang on the walls, testament to happier times.