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Year 1 girls’ winners, from left, Xadie Goodall, Caelyn Sterling and Sweetness Materoa-Mondou. Photo: Andy Facer.

Pupils’ pop of colour

Aaron and Isaac Piper from Cloudy Bay Clams are helping raise money for charity with a giant paella. Photo: Paula Hulburt.

All in good taste for charity

Felix Parkinson reaches for a return. Photo: Peter Jones.

Tennis tyros take care of Coasters

The victorious Marlborough under-16 combination. Photo: Supplied.

Gold medal for water polo team

Darren Herd, at net, and Oscar Sandford-Jury were part of the victorious Renwick premier team last season. Photo: Peter Jones

Court appearances set to rise

Rarangi’s Aroha Minhinnick will play No 1 for the Tasman women’s team. Photo: Peter Jones.

Rep golfers chase SI titles

Mark Telea dives over for Tasman’s second try at Trafalgar Park on Sunday. Photo: Shuttersport.

Mako quickly return to winner’s circle 

Isaac Ross played for three Super Rugby franchises. Photo: Supplied.

Mako lock in former All Black

Pace bowler Nick Weaver was Marlborough’s player of the season in 2019-20. Photo: Shuttersport.

Dust off the whites – it’s cricket time again

Squash player Chris Hebberd is the NZ under-15 champ. Photo: Supplied.

Marlborough students pick up national titles

Abbey Moody shoots for goal. Photo: Supplied.

Water polo finals


Petition organiser Mia Yealands with her terriers, Archie and Wolf. Photo: Matt Brown.

Petition for pooch freedom

Gardener Kirsty Wraight. Photo: Matt Brown.

Glorious Marlborough gardens on show

Problems with the Ōpaoa River Bridge build will delay completion. File photo.

Defects discovered on multimillion-dollar bridge

Angus and Ratapu Moore with their children. Photo: Supplied.

Shearing gang’s support for grieving dad

Roger Randall on his clinker with grandson Toby Randall. Photo: Supplied.

Vintage boats mark new season

Volunteer Marlborough chair Beth Barnes joined the Board of Trustees three years ago. Photo: Supplied.

Caring for the community

Rhys Hall from Indevin. Photo: Supplied.

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