56 days ago

Goodbye, alert level 2

Jennifer Eder Reporter from Marlborough Express

Marlborough moves into orange status on Friday, as the new Covid-19 Protection Framework starts. Some cafes, pubs and shops will require a vaccine pass for entry. Have you got your pass downloaded or printed out? You can get one online at mycovidrecord.health.nz, or by visiting a pharmacy, or by calling 0800 222 478.

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3 hours ago

What do you think?

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15 hours ago

Wanting to set up a D&D group for newbies

Erin from Blenheim

Hi, I am looking for people interested in learning how to play the table top game of Dungeons and Dragons in the Marlborough and surrounding areas. I have played solo a few times and would now like to set up a group. Please phone Erin on 021 153 2441 and leave a message with your name and number. Please share this message with others who may be interested. Thanks

1 day ago

Marlborough moves into red

Jennifer Eder Reporter from Marlborough Express

The change in traffic light level has affected some upcoming events. The South Island Cheese Festival set for February 5 has been postponed, as has the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre's Mosquito Day that was set for February 12. The Crusaders versus Hurricanes game at Lansdowne Park will instead happen 'behind closed doors' in Christchurch, and the Waihopai Spy Base Protest has been cancelled for the first time since 1988. Elsewhere in the south, cancellations include Christchurch's Great Kiwi Beer Festival, Warbirds over Wānaka, and the New Zealand Masters Games in Dunedin. How are you coping with the move to red?

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