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Talks will begin next year between the Marlborough District Council and Port Marlborough over an "appropriate" spot to put freedom campers looking to use the ferries.
A Marlborough woman is being forced to spend Christmas "doing nothing" after a slip on town centre pavers left her with serious injuries.
It now costs $22 to dump a big bag of lawn clippings in Marlborough after new charges were brought in this month - up from approximately $4 charged previously.
Port Marlborough will look to borrow from its parent company to build a new multimillion-dollar ferry terminal.
When the Marlborough District Council finished writing its new environment plan in June 2016, it had no idea a one-in-5000-year quake would strike near Kaikōura five months later.
A decision on what vehicles will, or will not, be barred from Marlborough's east coast is expected this week, a year after a controversial blanket ban was first floated.
A five-star hotel is worried it will lose a million-dollar guest that takes up the top floor of its southern wing "365 days a year" if a social housing plot next door is developed.
Plans to expand Marlborough Airport might not mean Dunkin Donuts or duty-free shopping, but it could mean new wine or food experiences.
Plans to dig up a popular Marlborough beach so fishing boats can launch could have "unknown" environmental effects, conservationists say.
Two-thirds of Marlborough's council-owned freedom camping sites will shut under a new draft bylaw.
Soundwave survey maps could become an "invaluable tool" for the management of marine farms in the Marlborough Sounds.
Slower speeds in Marlborough's town centres would result in more frustration for motorists, residents told a council hearing.
Environmentalists are calling for resource consent renewals to have a kill clause after Marlborough failed to release new marine farming rules before the government.
The country's largest salmon farmer hopes new guidelines for "open ocean" farming will not require zero environmental impacts, as it looks to set up the country's first ocean farm.
The Marlborough District Council's dog control bylaw review - the first in a decade - has already thrown up controversy over a proposal to let dogs back into Blenheim's town centre.
Overseas investors were barred from turning Marlborough farmland into forest after a minister questioned its benefits.
The coronavirus pandemic has clipped Marlborough Airport's wings, slashing this year's profits by 89 percent.
Are pesticides degrading air quality in rural areas? It's a question researchers have begun investigating in New Zealand's largest wine region.
An early water meter trial in Marlborough found one house in Havelock leaking 30,000 litres a week. New results show two houses leaking that a day.
In the palm of Jaquetta Bradshaw's hand is a sapling with the power to dry rivers, start bush fires and kill off native life.
A couple caught out living in a shed converted to a 'tiny house' were told to strip it back to its original condition to comply with council laws.
People are happy more than one bus is running in Marlborough, but have poo-pooed the sewerage system.
Design plans for a walking route promoting Blenheim's past and present to tourists are set to wrap up in the New Year.
Water from Marlborough's main aquifer could be leaking from ocean fault lines into Cook Strait, a new report has found.
New Zealand's biggest salmon farmer is rechecking results after half its farms failed to meet environmental standards.