Reds rule

Festival to meet fellow gingas

Beth Goodwin, originally from Temuka, attended a festival in the Netherlands where thousands of redheads from many countries come together.
Redhead Days

Finals spot for Timaru

gigatown timaru Congratulations Timaru, you have made it into the Gigatown finals.

Loan divides opinions

A local business has come out in support of the proposed extension to the Waitaki District Council loan to the North Otago Irrigation Company.

Street racing comeback

Motorsport NZ has approved four 20 car street races during this year's Waimate 50 event.

Pair healing the scars of abuse

Two Timaru women's battles with abuse have made them want to make the world a safer place.

'New broom' but no candidate

Conservative Party candidates drew a crowd on Monday, but without the party's local candidate.

Port deal dividend 'fantastic'

primeport PrimePort is to pay out a $600,000 dividend to its two shareholders.

Nominate an outstanding volunteer

Sport Waitaki is seeking nominations for the North Otago Volunteer Sports Awards.

Reds rule

Plants damaged

Timaru Herald photo

Strays caught to become loved pets

A Timaru charity that rehomes stray cats which used to roam around Caroline Bay has now rescued more than 70 cats.

Enjoying life riding shotgun

John Kennard Marlborough vineyard owner combines wining and driving as right-hand man for NZ's leading rally car driver, Hayden Paddon.

Good win for U18s

The South Canterbury under-18 rugby team had a convincing 39-15 win over Mid Canterbury.

Dashing through the countryside

Racers get back on the water

Marc Ryan

Ryan too good for locals

Olympian Marc Ryan took out Cycling Timaru's 120km Kiwi Rosebowl when he outsprinted co-marker Reon Park for a brilliant first and fastest time.

Spy novel unfolds

Edward Snowden Moment of Truth Workable coalitions are unclear, parties with some good policies and people also have bad ones.

Make a fuss of scheme

The man behind the Rangitata South Irrigation Scheme is a doer, not a talker. He doesn't go looking for pats on the back.

Opportunity knocks

Editorial: Not in my back yard

Changing the way we vote

For more and more voters, Election Day has already come and gone. And maybe that's a good thing.

Observant recorder of nature

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

Women making mischief

Rumblings of impending strife in Europe start to be reported in the Herald.

Big photo finale for exhibition

Amid the turmoil came bachelors' annual ball

carol bell strap

Will it be Armageddon?

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

Redhead Days

Reds rule

Beth Goodwin, originally from Temuka, attended a festival in the Netherlands where thousands of redheads from many countries come together.

Timaru Herald photo

Festival lineup talent-packed

A Christchurch boy band that won the hearts of teenage and adult fans alike, will be performing in the district next month.

Young

Writer set F1 PR standard

Eoin Young was the world's best-read and most influential Grand Prix writer for more than four decades.

Timaru Herald photo

Still making a racquet

Terry Taylor lives and breathes tennis and has no plans to put his racquet down as he approaches 80.

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