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The Ministry of Education is concerned plans to pump more stormwater into creeks in a Blenheim suburb could increase the risk of flooding at three schools.
A Marlborough natural landmark will be protected forever, while a lake famed for hosting cricket during dry weather will be protected from stock.
The Marlborough District Council is concerned the NZTA is downplaying the impact larger ferries will have on Picton's roads.
Community representatives with 43 years of council experience have received their first pay rise in over a decade.
Community groups are appealing a new scheme which aims to stop septic tanks leaking human waste into the Marlborough Sounds.
An intersection costing Blenheim residents $550,000 a year in "annual trauma" will become the town's first raised roundabout.
Some Marlburians continue to voice their frustration over the slow or severed internet connection they experience as the council considers annual plan submissions.
A tiny home is at the centre of a complex court dispute in Marlborough over whether it is a building or a vehicle.
About 360 tonnes of recycling has been diverted to landfill over the last eight weeks in Marlborough, saving the council money.
Potentially "hundreds" of historic Māori sites have been left unprotected in Marlborough's new environment plan, iwi say.
Graffiti has appeared on the side of Blenheim's historic courthouse, with Marlborough ratepayers forking out $33,000 to clean up after taggers and vandals last year.
The Marlborough District Council agreed on Thursday to roll out free parking in Blenheim and Picton to boost local businesses, and use it to "trial" if the initiative should stay long-term.
A Marlborough councillor's husband is petitioning the council to keep freedom camping sites closed as the nation moves into alert level 2.
Organisers say it is still too early to tell if multimillion-dollar plans to upgrade Picton's ferry terminal will be eligible for a new scheme which could fast-track resource consents by blocking out…
Air pollution in Blenheim has improved during the coronavirus lockdown, but things could have played out differently had alert level 4 been declared over winter, an air scientist says.
Land beneath a library and art gallery project in Blenheim has been identified as a "potential risk to human health".
One of Marlborough's most popular summer swimming spots has been claimed by a council so it can better police river speedsters.
Work has kicked off on Blenheim's new multimillion-dollar sports hub only hours into New Zealand's first day at alert level 3.
An aquaculture boss is concerned more salmon will die due to the delay deciding on its Marlborough farm.
Rubbish bins that never overflow will be scrapped as the Covid-19 coronavirus triggers a nationwide drop in tourism.
Rembrandt Drive will join Oakley Avenue, Whitehall Drive and Granville Close in Blenheim's newest subdivision.
Multimillion-dollar plans to upgrade Picton's ferry terminal have opened for public feedback.
The Marlborough District Council will press ahead with this year's annual plan process - often dubbed a financial "lolly scramble" for community groups.
Property owners looking after aged family members will still get a free water allowance when water meters are rolled in Marlborough next year.
Community facilities in Marlborough could get a $1.2 million boost to tackle shortfalls triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.