More than a thousand schools, businesses and consumers were without broadband yesterday in the South Island.
Timaru District Council will consider submissions on its local approved products policy.
Severe gales up to 140kmh set to rip across South Island and lower North Island, followed by some heavy rain tomorrow.
The South Canterbury District Health Board has the highest rate of complaints in the country.
Statistics NZ staff have ramped up action to ban all emails, meetings or phone calls outside a four-hour window.
Pleasant Point residents say the fact they still have access to a medical centre is a godsend.
Hard work has paid off for Bailey Dunnage as he prepares to take his talents to the globe.
Timaru's So Kan Ju Judo Club's juniors impressed at the national championships in Christchurch.
ACT Party donor Danyel Southwark, traumatised by the election result, begins to lose her grip on reality.
Former Timaru Herald editor John Hardcastle - an early 20th century scientific thinker - is starting to get the recognition he deserves.
Mountainview High School year 10 student Nuala Jones reviews the psychological thriller Shift.
Trying to advise teenagers in the face of raging hormones can be a bit like trying to nail jelly to a tree.
Although spending time on an uninhabited islet has appeal, most are looking for a few home comforts.
By October 1914, young South Canterbury men had started to answer the call to head to World War I.
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