Beekeeper Paul Bartrum considers himself lucky to be producing something "that people enjoy".
Public told to watch out for tax scam that uses unsuspecting people as money mules.
Rotary International leader's visit to Mt Cook conference seen as "a real coup".
Pro-Ject Waimate has Quinn's Arcade "maintained to degree so it's not deteriorating".
Neroli Cottam's home once had a basement. Now it has an art gallery.
Trust celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Oamaru's Janet Frame House in style.
Oamaru woman Ashleigh Schieving is working with Youth For A Mission in Townsville to provide health care and support to the people of Papua New Guinea.
Most attacks on livestock will be by dogs living within 200m of you.
Penalty corner blues keep Timaru Boys' High School hockey team from notching their second win in a row.
Craig Domigan won Cycling Timaru's season opener with a fine sprint.
Tricky, tricky, tricky. A tax on salt to stop us eating so much of it.
OPINION: I readily admit I’ve led a sheltered life and can sometimes be extremely naive, but ...
Katrina Hurley-Gibbins and Mekeisha Hurley are going for gold - gold guitars that is.
Preparations for the 38th annual Plunket Art Show are under way.