Author: Jennifer Eder

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Could Blenheim be isolated from the rest of the country by a major quake? Definitely, says Civil Defence. [Read More]
Before heading out into Cook Strait, NZKS will check for waves, whales and temperatures across 1800ha of water. [Read More]
Defendants should be forced to offer KiwiSaver to victims, or we should stop them offering it altogether. [Read More]
A wooden post has speared through the windscreen of an elderly woman's car after she crashed into a fence at a retirement home. ... [Read More]
A young Marlborough student will speak about her desire to build her own future at a national speech competition next week. [Read More]
A grocery store manager who faked a robbery is the third Blenheim defendant in a fortnight to offer his KiwiSaver funds to pay back victims. [Read More]
Two drink-drivers have managed to dodge getting alcohol interlock devices fitted to their cars; one because her car is not roadworthy, and another because he doesn't... [Read More]
A marble shop manager imprisoned for an illegal benchtop racket has appealed his sentence, offering his KiwiSaver funds as reparation. [Read More]
A Blenheim property pegged to house 240 seasonal workers has been delayed as quake-strengthening the riverbank boundary proves a challenge. [Read More]
It doesn't have to be historical tours and marae visits. How about a Māori foraging and culinary tour? [Read More]
The greenfield dream is still alive, but not for much longer as minister sets officials an end-of-year deadline. [Read More]
A truck stop parts manager who spent $15,000 of company money to fuel his meth habit had defrauded another company five years ago - and is still paying them back. [Read More]
An elderly man who touched a woman's bottom while she put curtains up in his house has been charged with assault. ... [Read More]
Picton might not have a kiwi nursery, or as many walking tracks, if it wasn't for the tourists on those big boats. [Read More]
After fighting off school campus talk, the racing club has big plans for other people's big days. [Read More]
Police found the clandestine laboratory while executing a search warrant in the Wairau Valley. [Read More]
A woman who murdered her autistic daughter will be released from prison in September after the Parole Board described the killing as "unique offending and a tragedy for... [Read More]
An "alien landscape" of pockmarks and desert-like dunes lies beneath the surface of the Marlborough Sounds, a soundwave survey has revealed. [Read More]
John Devescovi started to think he would never get to say a proper goodbye to his brother. He might be right. [Read More]
Six-time drink-driver asks to keep licence, but the public might consider that "perverse", judge says. [Read More]
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