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On Thursday 12APR12, an exclusive evening is being hosted at Fiordland Lodge in partnership with Marlborough’s Cloudy Bay. This will be a gourmet five-course dinner with each course expertly paired from the impressive Cloudy Bay portfolio. Priced at $740 for two people, including accommodation in a lodge room, pre-dinner canapés, Cloudy Bay dinner, and A la Carte breakfast the following morning. Bookings essential so email firstname.lastname@example.org or for further information call (03) 2497832.Read the full post
The Rainbow ski-field will be opening its gates to the public this weekend as part of the Festival of Nelson Lakes.
The New Zealand business tourism sector’s showcase event, MEETINGS, returns to Auckland 13-14JUN12, with organisers
predicting it will attract one of the largest turn-outs ever. Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) chief executive Alan Trotter has confirmed the venue as the SkyCity Convention Centre.
Last updated 11:30 17/12/2011SharePrint Text Size 0 comments Home stretch: Contending with the rain, Marlborough Boys' College sailors Kain Greenbank, left, and Oliver Clark prepare to round the last mark during MBC's second round match-up against Queen Charlotte College on the third and final day of the Top of the South Secondary Schools sailing regatta in Picton Harbour yesterday. The annual three-day regatta started on Tuesday and included sailors from all three Marlborough secondary schools, plus several schools from Nelson. Relevant offersSchool's out and a "good breeze" blowing across Picton Harbour gets a team-sailing coaching regatta off to a good start.Read the full post
Santa's ho ho ho may have been drowned out by his entourage of 150 motorbikes, but the Ulysses Club Marlborough branch certainly brought Christmas cheer to the Salvation Army on Saturday.Read the full post
The Marlborough Convention Bureau and Marlborough Convention Centre are bringing conference organisers from all over New Zealand to Marlborough for two days to showcase the region as a conference destination.Read the full post
Two Marlborough Boys' College students were named dux at the school's end-of-year prizegiving today, something which has not happened since 1978.Read the full post