5:00am Motorsport NZ has approved four 20 car street races during this year's Waimate 50 event.
5:00am Conservative Party candidates drew a crowd on Monday, but without the party's local candidate.
5:00am The Mackenzie District Council yesterday approved a controversial land sale to Meridian Energy.
5:00am PrimePort is to pay out a $600,000 dividend to its two shareholders.
A $3 million upgrade of Tasman Valley Road at Aoraki/Mount Cook will improve accessibility and safety.
The South Canterbury under-18 rugby team had a convincing 39-15 win over Mid Canterbury.
The man behind the Rangitata South Irrigation Scheme is a doer, not a talker. He doesn't go looking for pats on the back.
Rumblings of impending strife in Europe start to be reported in the Herald.
Eoin Young was the world's best-read and most influential Grand Prix writer for more than four decades.
Terry Taylor lives and breathes tennis and has no plans to put his racquet down as he approaches 80.
I had been joyously anticipating Bob Dylan's Christchurch concert for weeks.
Timaru teens are trading in their uniforms for poodle skirts and school books for singing mics.
Is it time to reassess how rural ambulance services are operated?
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