Calls for dog to be destroyed

Man injured after dog attack outside house

A man attacked by a dog while putting out rubbish yesterday says he wants the animal destroyed.
Andrew Carroll

No freedom for campers

Wider bans on freedom campers in the Mackenzie District are likely following public consultation.

Man convicted for drink-driving

A Timaru man was sentenced to four months community detention on a range of charges.

Restricted drivers need discretion

The discretion of the police officer dictates whether a restricted driver, breaking the conditions of their licence, receives a ticket, Timaru Police say.

Ballantynes signal Santa's return

Timaru's festive spirit will come alive tonight, as the annual Ballantynes Christmas window is unveiled.

Trelise Cooper's hoping for a cure

A cure for breast cancer could be just around the corner, according to Dame Trelise Cooper.

Fire lit behind aviary

A fire was lit behind the Caroline Bay aviary yesterday morning but it went out.

Calls for dog to be destroyed

A man attacked by a dog while putting out rubbish yesterday says he wants the animal destroyed.

'Even 1km over is speeding'

Police are warning every kilometre over the limit is speeding.

Timaru v big city: We win

Freedom campers unwelcome

New limits on licences

Members of the transport sector are calling for the introduction of probationary plates for restricted licence holders.

SC ring the changes

Union will have its biggest change of faces around the board table in a long time at its annual meeting

Senior cricket rained off

Teams batting second won easily with smaller run chases due to the wet weather in South Canterbury senior cricket on Saturday.

Matson breaks 100m record

Upper Waikati ripe for fishing

Begg wins international event

Timaru speedskater Nicole Begg took out the Wuyishan International Marathon in China from a strong field.

We can still be giga-world rock stars

Well, we're not Gigatown. All the hype, all the effort, all the money, all that time . . . for what?

Letters to the editor: November 27

Herald readers share their views on news and events far and wide.

Letters to the editor: November 26

Unfair policy of big energy firms

Property values and my rates, the basics

Today we're going to talk about property valuations and the impact on your rates.

Bullets and flying shrapnel

carol bell strap George King went from preaching in Pleasant Point to bullets flying over his head at Gallipoli.

Observant recorder of nature

Former Timaru Herald editor John Hardcastle - an early 20th century scientific thinker - is starting to get the recognition he deserves.

Women making mischief

Troops occupy German Samoa

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Will it be Armageddon?

At last, Timaru Herald readers wake up to a full report on escalating tensions in Europe.

A case of two Christinas

Two women, same name, same job and same town.

Fabulous Ferrari

Rod Tempero has built plenty of cars over the years, but his latest project may be his finest yet.

Orchard big loser in hailstorm

A hailstorm may cost a South Canterbury orchard company up to two thirds of its apple crop.

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Right at home in Japan

Last month had me so busy I've barely had time to sit down and think, let alone write.

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