Timaru's Shane Archbold isn't letting a Commonwealth Games gold medal go to his head.
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A colony of long-tailed native bats now have a secure home near Pleasant Point thanks to government funding.
A Timaru woman who attacked her friend with scissors has been sentenced to eight months' home detention.
A Kiwi is in the team which has won the World Heli Challenge, held in South Canterbury for the first time.
Aoraki Polytechnic has developed a new transport qualification to help address the shortage of truck drivers in the area.
Yellow cards seem to be a bail out option for referees to maintain control in rugby matches.
Oh the bliss if your political beliefs are so ingrained that your vote tomorrow is a no brainer.
Rumblings of impending strife in Europe start to be reported in the Herald.
Joanna Armstrong loved science-fiction as a teenager. Now she has published her own futuristic story.
An artist has flown in from Los Angeles to support South Canterbury Women's Refuge.
Beth Goodwin says "ginger pride festival" in Netherlands an amazing experience.
Is it time to reassess how rural ambulance services are operated?
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