Stickers, welcoming smiles and a passion for service has seen a small cafe take on the competition and win.
They wanted to help give hope to others, so out came their sneakers.
Marlborough Repertory Society have created a nice song and dance over their latest production, Footrot Flats.
Teach them and they will stay - that's the plan to help students gain employment in their home towns.
A passion to help people do better in business is behind Stephen Doecke's nomination for Business Person of the Year.
From robotics to food technology, classes at school have been given a revamp.
The 2018-19 Cricket season got underway in glorious sunshine with a busy weekend for Marlborough Cricket players and supporters.
The principal of a small rural school near Havelock says she will be a "bawling mess" when she retires in December.
It was hit by vandals and out of action over winter but a community piano is ready for action once again.
The holidays were only two weeks long but Miss Six wants new stuff.
It's been a long time coming but a new $200,000 playground should be worth the wait.
Pages of history turn in book of the South Island's first colonial settlement, taking writer on a journey of self discovery.
Get involved and see what happens is advice from musician Parehuia Barron who will be performing at this year's Spring Fest for Marlborough youth.
A Canadian cellar hand in Marlborough was the first in New Zealand to complete a new course aimed at upskilling winery cellar hands.
The term 'insurance broker' often conjures images of steel gray hair, wire rimmed glasses and sober suits but that's far from the case.
A 51 year tradition celebrating Marlborough's premier sportspeople is once again coming to the Marlborough Convention Center.
Shorter games, smaller pitches and more time on the field are all part of a new look for junior cricket.
We know they're out there and when it comes to how to catch them an online toolkit can help.
Students are being introduced to the building trade with tiny "hobbit" houses.
It's a game of skill and sometimes luck but without more volunteers, Special Olympic athletes may miss out.
No experience necessary, a choir is putting out a casting call to bring the community together.
One is a keen gardener, the other community minded.
Conservation week brings out the best in people who work together for the greater good.
The Marina 2 Marina race gets underway on Saturday and dad Lee Griggs took his son George along for a sneek peek of the course.
Nobody knows what prize they might get - but mystery prizes are all part of the carnival fun.
Renowned for her sense of humour astute business sense, Margaret Kidner garnered attention wherever she went.
She was passionate about the cause but had to keep her identity a secret.