A victim of fraudulent promoter Roger Sutherland doesn't expect to get her money back.
The traffic light system damaged in an act of vandalism near Temuka this week was a "stupid" design poorly thought out, a disgruntled farmer says.
A building linked to NZ's climbing history has been demolished after DOC refused to save it.
The Mackenzie branch of Federated Farmers is taking a contentious plan change to the High Court for the second time.
Taxi drivers will be left in a lull and could face a rush of customers if a proposed one-way door policy for bars goes ahead, a taxi manager says.
Christmas activities are popping up all over the community - including two Christmas parades.
A vehicle was taken from an Allnatt St, Temuka address on Monday.
Look out for your game board in your participating local newspaper or online from November 11.
Some Timaru consumers are not put off soft drinks despite research showing the effects of sugar sweetened drink could lead to Alzheimer's disease or cancer.
Only one test into the Australian leg of the Ashes, drama and controversy has erupted which will mean we're in for a spiteful second test at Adelaide starting on Thursday.
In the Herald of November 30 there was an illustrated notice of the Christmas parade.
Vicki Jones and Fiona Helm share a dark and unshakeable bond - their boys committed suicide within 10 days of each other.
From something old to something new, I took a trip to Paris with the family and I went to the place that dreams are made of: Disneyland.
A youthful cast and management have brought us a delightful gift at The Playhouse.
There's pretty conclusive evidence about the effects of large quantities of sugar on behaviour, with some youngsters ... impacted more than others.
Venus will remain with us every evening after sunset almost through the end of the year.
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