Doreen Grubb is determined not to give up sewing and craft, even if she is losing her sight.
More snow could hit South Canterbury early next week, MetService warns.
The Crow's Nest is set to expand and will include an eco-products shop and eco-centre.
Alpine Energy is under investigation, as a separate investigation continues.
Timaru firefighters attended three emergency calls on Friday afternoon within a short space of time.
A class of Waimataitai School pupils are beautifying their school with their art.
Someone was disturbed trying to light a fire at Aorangi Park at 9.25pm on Thursday night.
Timaru firefighters attended three emergency calls on Friday afternoon within a short space of time, but they all amounted to nothing.
Craighead had a close loss, Old Boys kept on winning and kids kept on having fun. The Timaru Herald's photographers were out and about capturing some of the sport around the region this week.
OPINION: The Crusaders have a battle on their hands to keep their South Canterbury fan base.
I always appreciate reading in The Timaru Herald about efforts to clean racial and referee abuse out of the game of rugby.
Your article on "Minister sour on sugar tax" highlights a major danger in democracy - money talks.
As an innocent 17-year-old, Debbie Leonard walked into the Timaru Police station to apply for a job - and was asked if she was a Catholic. That was virtually the first and last question she was asked before being told she had the watchhouse keeper's job - a role she would retain for 33 of her 36 years in the Timaru Police Station. Herald reporter Rhonda Markby spoke to her about the crime she has seen and the crims she has known.
Cheesemaker Shirley Loats said she has had a lot of requests to milk raw milk cheese but the new regulations will make it more difficult.