A century of service

A bank-transaction gone wrong saw Cathy Hawker lose her life savings. Photo: Emma Filipov-Bell.

Caravan cash theft accused caught

Nikau Peipi flies through the air to score a spectacular touchdown. Photo: Supplied.

Touch reps impressive

Lyndon Bray has been working as Game Manager for Sanzaar for the past decade. Photo: Supplied.

Former top referee lands Tasman CEO job

The victorious Blenheim RC club pair of Fred Vavasour and Dylan Burton share the podium with coach John Robinson. Photo: Supplied. 

Rowers bring home their share of precious metal  

Part of the large crowd at Spring Creek. Photo: Supplied.

Moutere farewell ‘Uncle Arthur’

South Island cross country MTB champions: Neve McKenzie, Maddy Sinclair and Ian Thomas. Photo: Supplied.

Mountain bikers shine in the south

Tim Petrie scored 88 to help MBC clinch a place in the Gillette Cup Central Districts play-offs. Photo: Peter Jones.

MBC cricketers progress to play-offs

Andrew McCaa glides the ball behind point during Saturday’s semifinal victory at Horton Park. Photo: Peter Jones.

Falcons reach final, have wings clipped

Akhil Pant scored a superb maiden century in Rangiora. File photo.

Cricket reps come up short

Renwick winger Mesake Bula dives in at the corner to score a try during Saturday’s Awarua Park Rugby 7s tournament. Photo: Peter Jones.

Sevens action proves popular

Community

Community supporter Alister Neal with Fire Fighter Scottie Henry. Photo: Paula Hulburt

Fire fighters’ life-saving donation

5Tapped owner Haydn Mearns is the inaugural winner of a national cider brewing competition. Photo: Matt Brown.

‘Cider the road’ takes top spot

Whānau at Waikawa Marae are helping find solutions to stop violence. Photo: Keelan Walker.

Breakthrough pledge to stop violence

Eden Kavanagh is looking forward to a brighter future. Photo: Sarah Brown.

Singer hits high note

Ben Burridge celebrates taking out first prize in Marlborough Weekly’s popular Shop & Win competition. Photo: Paula Hulburt.

Shopping local pays off

About 140 people attended Salsa Groove Marlborough’s successful SBK Back to the Roots festival. Photo: Shelani De Jager.

Salsa festival finds its rhythm

The team from Astrolabe joined staff at The Burleigh to pick up the coveted winner’s trophy. Photo: Supplied.

‘A prize worth savouring’