High hopes Kaikoura i-Site's new website will help lure tourists back.
Many a good yarn has come out of quake-hit Kaikoura over the past few months, and that doesn't seem to be wrapping up anytime soon.
The passing of time had taken its toll on the boat ramp at Portage, but a much-needed makeover has it back in business.
Pensioner Beatrice Dunn knits to keep busy, but her hobby has helped keep singing seasonal workers nice and cosy.
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.
Their name means "flight across the heavens" but across the ocean will do as they prepare for international dance festival in England.
Taking up ballet has been a good move for Derryn James, of Blenheim, who is pursuing her childhood passion once more.
Anyone who has ever spent any time at the alpine village of St Arnaud, Lake Rotoiti, will already know what a special and captivating place it is.
Young Marlborough readers are in for a treat when they get the chance to listen to two of New Zealand's favourite storytellers.
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.
Decades after shifting coal together, two locomotives share a shed again.
Looking for things to do around Marlborough this week?
The number of mothers choosing to breast feed their babies has almost doubled in the past 14 years thanks in part to a new initiative.
Russell Bulfin's answer to perfect grass is simple: mow three times a week and fertilise monthly.