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There's a treasure trove of works from prominent artists scattered around civic buildings from Northland to Southland.
Four months after one of Marlborough's worst storms cut their road access, residents of Kenepuru Sound are still relying on boats for their supplies and livelihoods.
Thousands of dollars will be spent correcting legally uninhabitable flats in a Marlborough senior complex.
Ruppia beds once dominated Wairau Lagoon but hadn't been spotted there for almost 40 years.
Plans for a narrow, winding access way to a popular beach in Picton have been paused, and could be reversed after public concerns were backed by roading experts.
Erosion and run-off from dairy farms and forestry blocks were sources of mud smothering the seabed in the Marlborough Sounds, scientists have found.
A sensor on Picton's foreshore picks up about the same amount of sulphur dioxide in the air as a sensor outside the Port of Tauranga.
An old Māori tool and "fireplace" have been unearthed at Marlborough's Waikawa Bay, as pipe work is carried out next to the seashore.
"If you sell your house, and I sell my boat, we could buy the leasehold on Furneaux Lodge," Ros Benson's partner said, after spotting a notice in the paper. The year was 1995.
New Zealand's biggest salmon farmer has failed in a bid to alter compliance rules, after concerns it would widen a waste "footprint" in the Marlborough Sounds.
An experiment to cut down street litter in Marlborough has got the go-ahead, and already another is being considered.
If an English place name was misspelt people would be furious, so why does this rage not translate to misspelled Māori placenames? Iwi hope to restore the mana to mangled Marlborough place names…
Blenheim clocked up a record number of dangerous pollution days this winter.
Parts of the highway between Blenheim and Nelson will have safety barriers as part of a $289 million investment in the top of the south's transport, which could also see speeds dropped along a…
No 8 wire and "a lump of wood" are being suggested to stop rubbish flying away rather than plastic in Marlborough.
Old Covid-19 signs put up in a rush at a popular park in Marlborough have confused walkers looking to exercise.
Police give 'educational' warnings to those trying to spend the snap lockdown away from home.
Letters have started arriving at Marlborough District Council's pensioner flats, outlining rent increases of about 8.5 percent from October.
Marlborough District Council has agreed to review its freedom camping bylaw nine months after it was last modified.
The Marlborough District Council breached an agreement with the government by allowing telecommunication businesses to provide broadband off the back of its licence.
Teens stranded at an adventure school in the Marlborough Sounds by wild weather "rolled up their sleeves" to help in the flooding aftermath.
From barriers on the beach to a blanket ban of vehicles, the options for protecting Marlborough's quake-hit east coast have ranged from controversial to more controversial.
A council is trying to legalise camping at its freedom camping sites after realising none of them complied with either national or regional rules.
How heritage projects in Marlborough are funded will be reviewed after it was found that not a dollar was put towards building or upgrading heritage assets in the council's long-term plan.