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Conversations With My Immigrant Parents - Series 2 are putting the call out for new Talent. Deadline 22nd June 2020.
Police in Blenheim are investigating how a baby received head injuries.
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.
A Marlborough councillor's husband is petitioning the council to keep freedom camping sites closed as the nation moves into alert level 2.
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.
Court documents showed the charges, laid between 4 April and today, related to obstructing a medical officer.
Land beneath a library and art gallery project in Blenheim has been identified as a "potential risk to human health".
Jack Perkins from the RNZ Spectrum programme is talking to Phyl Christie and Joan Poulton about their childhoods growing up on Clarence Reserve Station, inland from Kaikoura. Their father Percy… Audio
One of Marlborough's most popular summer swimming spots has been claimed by a council so it can better police river speedsters.
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.
Community facilities in Marlborough could get a $1.2 million boost to tackle shortfalls triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.
The rural community is banding together to help a Marlborough woman whose husband died suddenly, just as New Zealand entered lockdown.
Members of the public now have three more weeks to contest Marlborough District Council's "New Zealand first" proposed environment plan.
A crayfishing company is trying to make peace with iwi leaders and conservationists who oppose its bid to get its boats back in the waters off Marlborough's east coast.
The Covid-19 lockdown has led to a noticeable drop in traffic, with some truck drivers saying it is much easier to meet timetables.
Give spring cleaning a miss if it'll create piles of rubbish for under-pressure staff, a recycling boss says.
The wine industry is facing criticism for continuing harvest during the Covid-19 lockdown, and is facing problems with worker accommodation.