It was an "eerie day" yesterday for a South Canterbury woman who commutes to Ashburton. | Work and Income offices closed
New Zealander Tom Walsh won the shot put title at a major meeting in Croatia.
Man alleged to have killed two people and seriously injured another at the Ashburton Work and Income office to appear in court. | Help offered
Other South Canterbury emergency services that rely on volunteers not facing the same issue as St John.
The mother of a man stabbed to death is upset over the sentence given to his killer.
A trial meal service for elderly Twizel residents is proving successful, an organiser says.
It proved to be a tough day for South Canterbury boys football teams at Sir Basil Arthur Park yesterday.
There is a quote - or misquote - that has never seemed so apt, or so understated, right now.
Rumblings of impending strife in Europe start to be reported in the Herald.
Ever dreamt of living in a remodelled church hall? This grand property could be the answer to your prayers.
Let's face it, there's only one thing that's been dominating our screens for the last week, Dirty Politics.
Set in rural Timaru, this wedding was a riot of laughter, tears and interesting dance moves.
Halfway through his exchange Brennan Galpin is still having the time of his life in Japan.
Is it time to reassess how rural ambulance services are operated?
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