Harry Voice, 91, and Jeff Bradley, 70, perform at Ballantynes.

Old musos still play in time

Two old-timers keep the beat going in Timaru's Ballantynes department store.

Police suspend search

The base where the searchers are looking for missing Dunedin hunter Murray Edge.

The search for missing Dunedin hunter Murray Edge has been suspended.

Warning over flu outbreak

Seven people have been sent to hospital and one has died in the latest flu outbreak in South Canterbury.

Irrigation scheme 'not going away'

Scheme "not going away in a hurry", Waimate's Federated Farmers chairman says.

Local soldiers centre of exhibition

Museum's Gallipoli exhibition shows soldiers stories in their own words.

100-year-old diary found at port

A diary more than 100 years old has been found while clearing out a desk at Timaru Port. 

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Anzac celebrations across South Canterbury

Laying of the wreaths on the cenotaph

The phrase 'Lest We Forget' echoed across South Canterbury on Saturday morning

Veteran's first Anzac service since war

Family travelled to Temuka for the special occasion.

A day to remember

College unveils Roll of Honour


Rough roads too much for Paddon

Hayden Paddon was forced to abandon day two of Rally Argentina.

Hayden Paddon lamenting a "luckless" start to season after problems at Rally Argentina.

Rarity for TBHS First XV

Three Edwards brothers will play for the first time together in the Timaru Boys' High School First XV against Nelson College.

Hayden Paddon sits ninth after the first stage of Rally Argentina.

Hayden Paddon ninth after first stage in Argentina

NZ driver sweeps the road for the big boys, but puts in a solid showing in the Rally of Argentina opening stage.


Letters to editor: April 24

010510 News. Photo: Supplied/ High Country Herald. Washdyke War Memorial.

A reader is grateful for the Washdyke war memorial being retained.

Letters to editor: April 23

A regular writer says tooth decay has fallen in Timaru since the cessation of fluoridation

Alex Goode of Saracens and Nick Evans of Harlequins compete for a high ball during the Aviva Premiership match between Saracens and Harlequins at Wembley Stadium on March 28.

Selection policy must move with the times

It's time New Zealand Rugby's selection policy entered the 21st century.


Brothers, guns and WWI

Geraldine brothers Gordon, left, and Robin Harper.

Two brothers, two guns and one war.

War medal find inspires play

Finding a war medal in a London market stall provided inspiration for a Geraldine playwright.

The 1965 Anzac service sheet.

Musical event marks Anzac Day

A Timaru man decided to take a walk down memory lane, going back 50 years, when he unearthed a 1965 Anzac Day service programme.

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