United we stand

There will be no public Anzac commemorations held in Marlborough in April. Photo: Paula Hulburt.
Mike King and Marlborough Boys’ College head boy George Glover. Photo: Matt Brown.

Tractor Trek treat

Sport is on hold until coronavirus restrictions are lifted. File photo.

Sport put on hold

Hugh Robinson and Donna Clark won the mixed doubles title. Photo: Supplied. 
Big-hitting Danni Mete, from the victorious Pino Balls team, slams another boundary. Photo: Peter Jones.

Women come out to play

The 4x50m relay team - from left Rhys Gjelstad, Finn McNabb, Alfie Price, Katie Marsh, Kyla Thorstensen, Nicola Lovell. Photo supplied.

Junior swimmers excel at NZ Festival

Julie Smith with the club and ball she used to register an ace at the Allan Scott tournament. Photo: Supplied.

Ace marks golf tournament finale

Renwick’s energetic cover defence wraps up dangerous Waitohi halfback Saia Tokai during the latter stages of Saturday’s Tasman Trophy match at the Renwick Domain. Photo: Peter Jones.

Green Machine quickly into gear

Pulse wing defence Karin Burger rises high to claim possession at Stadium 2000. Photo: Supplied.

Pulse beats stronger at Stadium 2000

Members of the Rangers AFC squad get together before practice. From left, front: Jordan Columbus, Juri Casali, Tore Waechter, George Bond, Wolfie Waechter. Middle: Tana Connor-McClean, Ollie Baker, Scott Belsham, Carl Connor-McClean, Julian Delgado. Back: Liam Sluiter, Harrison Pine, Sam Pearson, Jono Masters, James Coughlan. Photo: Supplied.

Rangers AFC to again take on Nelson’s best

Nikau Peipi soars into the long jump pit at the recent New Zealand Track and Field champs. Photo: Alisha Lovrich Photography.

Nikau on a winning roll

Community

Jessica Boyce’s disappearance is being treated as murder. Photo: Supplied.

Family’s heart-felt plea to killer

The team at ZeroStone Investigations, from left, Matt MacDougall, German Shepherd Stone and Mike Lawson. Photo: Paula Hulburt.

Drug dog sniffing out crime

A dead possum in a tree at Liz Davidson Place. Photo: Matt Brown.

Young mum’s gruesome find

A question mark hangs over two large scale events in the region, including Feast Marlborough in May. File photo.

Pandemic threatens busy event season

Sharlese with son Luka-Paul Cunniffe-Tait. Photo: Supplied.

Community rallies for Sharlese

Marlborough Roads manager Steve Murrin says the company will build the roundabout, then seek costs through development contributions. Photo: Chloe Ranford/LDR.

Ever increasing circles as new roundabout gets approval

Anastasia Brown and Caleb Mischeski finally have the keys to their new home. Photo: Matt Brown.

Fresh start for couple burnt by fraudsters