South Canterbury firefighters have received numerous 111 calls to farm burn-offs that are legal.
Rangitata MP Jo Goodhew says she may donate her $12,500 pay rise to charity.
Irrigators should be allowed to carry forward their unused groundwater takes from one year to the next, a Federated Farmer's spokesman says.
The Geraldine Community Board's chairman is furious.
Rose Oakley has owned her Morris Mini since 1969 and the trusty steed is still ferrying her around.
The South Canterbury junior tennis team has finished second at the Southern teams quadrangular tournament held in Dunedin.
Isis may be baiting us all into a war with beheadings, but doing nothing isn't an option.
Former Timaru Herald editor John Hardcastle - an early 20th century scientific thinker - is starting to get the recognition he deserves.
Owen Dorsey likes his cars to stand out.
Brent Findlay is all about driving his restored vehicles, rather than having them sit in the garage and look good.
Stan Walker reckons the girls have already got it in the bag.
Adrian Hall is looking for someone to help christen his new double-seated dunny.
Would you rather have LED lights or power lines go underground?
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