5:00am South Canterbury organisations and businesseshave to take responsibility if they want to get cruise ship-ready.
5:00am St John volunteers are worn down with no support, according to a long-serving volunteer.
5:00am The eternal flame burns again atop the Timaru District Council clocktower building.
5:00am The Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail might benefit from further government funding for the country's cycleways.
5:00am Timaru police would like information on the whereabouts of Charles Score Sanders, who is wanted in relation to several violence-related offences.
It's Family History Month and if you'd like to find out more about yours, why not head to the museum?
A cat ownership dispute led to two Timaru households being trespassed from each other's properties.
Police arrested a Timaru man, 27, after a fight on Stafford St yesterday.
Smoke from household chimneys and pollution in streams is causing concern among South Cantabrians.
Dry weather can literally shock you - as many Timaru people are experiencing.
The South Canterbury Rugby Union is happy to fund loan players on a case-by-case basis but the problem is location not money, according to chairman Brent Isbister.
The Heartland Championship kicks off today with Meads Cup champions Mid-Canterbury hot favourites to retain their crown.
There's a disconnect somewhere between the outfit that oversees cruise ship visits around the country and the outfit that looks after the ships when they get to Timaru.
Wellington housewife and Labour Party activist Harriet Wakefield is sidetracked when she has a lesbian affair with an Internet Party supporter ...
Rumblings of impending strife in Europe start to be reported in the Herald.
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.
"Meaningful" relationships with pets become more common, but when is animal love too much?
Reviewer Gordon Brown takes a look at what's on offer now the Commonwealth Games are over.
Does Timaru have enough to entertain cruise visitors?
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