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Beginning of the end?

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Minister of Education, Patricia Hekia Parata meets with Horowhenua school ...

How the education minister ensure the checks and balances are sufficiently robust ?

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Carport.

Correspondents write about fallen soldiers, Seddon water, the Marlborough Environment Plan, littering and euthanasia,

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030712 News. Photo: Mytchall Bransgrove/Timaru Herald. 8 Letters were sent and received the next day.

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Correspondents write about the Marlborough mayoral race, New Zealand's predator-free plan and intolerance.

MP's report

Marlborough and North Canterbury have had very little rainfall in the past two years. In June, Government extended the ...

COLUMN: I'm sure it will come as no surprise to most people that weather statistics indicate we have had an exceptionally warm winter this year.

Finding shelter

One of the state homes for sale in Riversdale,  Blenheim.

One of the state homes for sale in Riversdale,  Blenheim.

Ready to race

Marlborough Car Club members who took part in an autocross event at Omaka, from left, Brodie Cattermole, Taylor Clark, ...

Autocross is a great way for youngsters to learn advanced driving techniques, writes Marlborough Car Club secretary David Taylor.

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Freedom camping, mayoral race and the environment plan.

In the firing line

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Around 70 New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) troops deployed to help train Iraqi ...

There have been enough horror stories around military procurement that a degree of cynicism is inevitable.

Appreciating RSE workers

About 2500 Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) workers are employed in the Marlborough viticulture industry.

OPINION: Vineyard workers are the backbone of the Marlborough viticulture industry, writes Hyland Viticulture director Jeremy Hyland.

Predator plan means 1080's days are numbered

South Island robins being released into Kaipupu Point Wildlife Sanctuary in Picton harbour in the area's first ...

The Government says its predator-control plan marks the beginning of the end for the controversial poison 1080.

SATIRE: Trolley for the trollied

The Beaver.

SATIRE: Newfangled trundlers for hungover Sunday shoppers hide all your health-shoddy snacks.

Locking out drink-drivers

The Government has signalled a law change requiring mandatory use of interlocks for the worst drink-drivers.

The drop-off in drink-drive reoffending in countries that use them has been significant.

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Where New Zealand goes on holiday

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A question

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Peace on Earth

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Hoardings

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Good on them

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ASB Theatre

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Uncouth

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030712 News. Photo: Mytchall Bransgrove/Timaru Herald. 8 Letters were sent and received the next day.

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Correspondents write about being predator-free, child poverty and teacher registration.

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Carport.

Correspondents write about climate change denial, New Zealand King Salmon and the Marlborough Environment Plan.

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Correspondents write about housing, the Marlborough Environment Plan and 'nature's calendar'.

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Correspondents write about Lifeline, the labour shortage, and the handrail at the theatre.

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Correspondents write about the shortage of trades people, caring for the Sounds, water leaks, Marlborough Marine Futures, and Sinclair St/Grove Rd.

All steamed up

There are still mixed signals from health authorities on vaping and a lack of robust, long-term research around a ...

It defies logic to allow sales of a killer product while banning a much safer substitute.

Bid to save buried treasure

Scallop beds in Nelson and Marlborough have been closed this season to protect declining stocks.

Shellfish are the canary in the mine for our marine environment and the warning signs are clear enough.

Minister Maggie's 'impossible' predator-free dream

A rat investigating a fantail nest in the Nga Manu Nature Reserve near Waikanae.

The Government is trying to achieve the impossible in making New Zealand predator-free.

Thinking outside the box

Bridge Street Collective founder, New York-based Galen King, is behind a new shipping container precinct in Nelson's ...

We need visionaries who can turn the mundane into extraordinary focal points.

Scallop closure essential

A temporary closure of the Southern Scallop Fishery area (SCA7) in the Marlborough Sounds is the best way to ensure the ...

COLUMN: The closure of the Marlborough Sounds scallop fishery is the only option, writes Kaikoura MP Stuart Smith.

Wine awards can be relied on

Wine judge Jim Harre.

The independence of wine show judging processes give a solid indicator of quality to consumers.

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