Kiwi rally ace Hayden Paddon has won his first WRC stage on an otherwise frustrating day at Rally Espana.
Fonterra's proposed new Studholme expansion could provide a challenge to recruit for 250 positions.
Labour Party leadership contenders should pay heed to provincial members, according to secretary of the party's Temuka branch.
A century ago, Wilson St Baptist Church was the hub of the community - and will be again, its pastor says.
Collecting kaki eggs from the wild to raise is proving successful for the Department of Conservation.
Albury School pupils unveiled a mural depicting local landmarks created with local artist Karen Lanchester after months of work.
Targa tarmac rally "king" Tony Quinn and co-driver Naomi Tillett face a tough battle as the five-time winner attempts to wrest back his crown.
What a great couple of business stories this week, even if both may take a while to kick off.
"Once rural land is lost of urbanisation, there is no going back" - that's the warning from one submitter to a hearing committee examining a subdivision proposal.
Former Timaru Herald editor John Hardcastle - an early 20th century scientific thinker - is starting to get the recognition he deserves.
Whether it's sailing or motor racing, sport is set to get people outdoors this Labour Weekend.
By October 1914, young South Canterbury men had started to answer the call to head to World War I.
Children's fiction author Derek Landy is facing the end of the series which made him famous.
Oozing water seems to seep through the canals of Venice - a creeping, insidious decay.
Does Timaru need more houses?Related story: Editorial: Subdivision plan sparks wider interest
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