They're a church group devoted to their 4WDs, but this weekend they have good reason to tackle some rough terrain.
A car has blocked the middle of a state highway after collision near Blenheim.
Deer makes like a dolphin and takes a midwinter dip in the Marlborough Sounds.
After three tests and a chemical treatment, the aquatic centre is back in action.
Kaikoura High School students have two new laptops thanks to a fuel swap programme.
Kaikoura residents who helped out after the November earthquake have been thanked in true recovery fashion.
As the first earthquake-damaged buildings start to come down on Kaikoura's West End, layers of history are being revealed.
Joseph Sullivan's parents have Queen karaoke classic ready for when he calls.
Burglar ransacks church, steals money raised by children for children.
Shoplifter's brazen approach almost worked, until she tried it again.
He stole a screwdriver from a nearby property so he could break into the school's charity box.
Christchurch Symphony Orchestra gives new meaning to "a night to forget" as Kaikoura residents brush aside their quake worries through the power of music.
They might mean a few more yarns about "the one that got away", but that's a small price to pay to protect blue cod numbers.
A temporary worker's village in Kaikoura housing rebuild workers is about to roll out the welcome mat.
It's hoped a daytime version of the after-hours clinic will ease the strain on Blenheim's A&E.
A farmer who drove more than seven hours without a break says one of his cows looked sick.
Angry oyster farmers demand to know how deadly Bonamia ostreae got out of quarantine in Marlborough.
Migrant vineyard workers in Marlborough on a Government-sponsored scheme join a union for the first time in years.
Gina Anderson is first to help those in need but her family is facing a serious set back of their own.
Boatloads of visitors pulling up crayfish pots as part of the Kaikoura experience are pressuring the fishery.
Shutdown scheduled for construction of Spring Creek roundabout.
But it all depends on the second set of water samples currently being hand-delivered to Massey University.
Blenheim man Joseph Bertogg, 30, dies in hospital after being hit by a car.
Wendy Jones sits on the turquoise couch in her light, airy living room dotted with splashes of summery colour.
Former gambling inspector Kevin Coffey gets bail until fraud sentencing.
Teen admits dangerous driving causing death but challenges police version of events.
Fire, ambulance and police respond to two-car crash.
Shipwrecked Kiwis near Fiji were taken in by remote islanders. In exchange, they gave them a bike.
Supermarket makes pantry plea to help fill the shelves at local food banks.
A daring piece of graffiti on a Blenheim theatre has led the trust behind the building to consider their own artwork as a replacement.