Residents living in and around Huxley St in Gleniti are angry at Timaru District Council plans to subdivide a green area known as Maryburn Park.
Timaru can expect to see more Chinese visitors in town.
A new generation of potential deer judges learned from the experienced hands in Timaru yesterday.
Water restrictions in place in South Canterbury as Opuha Dam reaches unprecedented low.
Building consents in the Mackenzie District are at record levels, with landowners requesting to build 41 new houses this year.
South Canterbury heroes have been honoured for their contribution to the community.
Travis Cook is the big talking point in the Aorangi men's golf team heading to the New Zealand Interprovincial.
Herald readers share their views on news and events far and wide.
Former Timaru Herald editor John Hardcastle - an early 20th century scientific thinker - is starting to get the recognition he deserves.
South Canterbury youths have gone for gold and picked up a wealth of life skills along the way.
The Opihi Services Academy students will put their "blood, sweat and tears" into the Coast to Coast.
Two women, same name, same job and same town.
Rod Tempero has built plenty of cars over the years, but his latest project may be his finest yet.
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