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Current consultations: Proposed Class 4 Venues and Racing Board Venues Policy
Information on the Proposed Marlborough Environment Plan hearings.
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Shows the known distribution and information about different pest plants in Marlborough
Marlborough District Council 2016-17 Annual Report.
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The Follow-ME website keeps you up to date with what’s on in Marlborough as well as providing an event toolkit to help when planning your next event.
(U170016) - Linda Patricia Hawkins, Ruakaka Bay, Queen Charlotte Sound. Submissions close Thursday 11 January 2018.
On Sunday 26 November 2017 Kinross Street between REdwood Street and Scott Street, Blenheim will be closed to ordinary vehicle traffic from 5.00 am to 12 noon.
On Saturday 2 December 2017 the following roads will be closed to ordinary vehicle traffic from 11.30 am to 5.00 pm for the purpose of the Christmas Parade.
Submissions close 5.00 pm 11 December 2017.
Swimming pool owners around Marlborough need to pay more attention to their safety fencing
Council has updated its policy determining how new roads should be named.
Marlborough Mayor John Leggett and local Grey Power president Brian McNamara are urging people on low incomes to make sure they check to see if they’re entitled to a rebate on their rates.
Earthquake-damaged facilities at Athletic Park, home of cycling and athletics for Marlborough competitors for many decades, have been repaired in time for the coming summer season of competition.
Hundreds of dogs use the Taylor River reserve between Hutcheson Street Bridge and Meadowbank Road, along with people walking, jogging, cycling and pushing strollers.
All the plantings and improvements that have made the Taylor River walkway into such a great asset for Blenheim have been recognised with an award from NELMAC Garden Marlborough.