Wyber said the security cameras, locked gate and barbed wire fence were another financial blow for the company following ...

Trust lost after salmon released video

8:49 AM  Salmon farm ramps up security measures following illegal release of 6000 fish.

Timaru man missing

Michael Craig McGrath went missing on Sunday evening.

Police seeking sightings of  three missing South Island men, including one from Timaru.

Jubilee report released

Running hose may have led to the deaths of three fishermen, report says.

'Manipulative' woman to blame

Manslaughter accused was 'manipulated' by mastermind, defence counsel says.

Volunteers rue mower theft video

Volunteers of Maori Multicultural centre near Timaru hit by theft for a second time.

Budget '17: Sth Canty reacts

SC families and schools set to receive boost to their bank balances under the Budget.

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What's on this weekend?

Students from Timaru Boys' and Timaru Girls' high schools rehearsing a scene from their joint production Back to the 80s ...

Shows, bands, exhibitions and markets - there's lots on this weekend.

New Timaru police make difference

The addition of six new police officers to bolster the Timaru ranks has had an immediate effect.

Alliance to invest in Pukeuri plant

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Sport

Timaru Boys disappoint in opening round

Timaru Boys' coach Ben Grant.

Timaru Boys' High School found the opening round of the Secondary Premier League tough going with a 6-0 loss.

Nelson happy with European performances

Timaru's Jono Nelson is happy after competing  in two UCI World Cup races.

Hand cyclist Jono Nelson is changing focus after returning from his trip to Europe.

Pleasant Point on top in 'rippa' rugby gallery

Bluestone's AJ Foster, 11, (left) tries to rip Pleasant Point's Kiloran Cairns' tag.

Pleasant Point Primary School 'Highlanders' won the Year 5 and 6 'rippa' rugby tournament in Timaru.

Old Boys produce impressive showing

Lucy Harrison from Geraldine tries to intercept a pass to Craighead's Grace Hyslop.

 Old Boys produce a performance to be proud of with a 44-27 smashing of Pleasant Point.

1974 Ranfurly Shield winning coach Jim Dawson dies

Former South Canterbury Ranfurly Shield coach Jim Dawson with his wife Pam.

 The innovative thinker behind South Canterbury rugby team's surprise 1974 Ranfurly Shield win has died.

Opinion

Empathy on the endangered list?

US President Donald Trump about to hug malevolent House Speaker Paul Ryan, after the House of Representatives approved ...

OPINION: Are we in danger of seeing the extinction of empathy in our lifetime?

Flights, shipping affected by fog

Fog blanketed Timaru on Wednesday morning, delaying flights and shipping movements.

Fog has impacted Timaru flights and shipping movements for the second time in three days.

Time for tourists to pay up

Southland District Council Stewart Island councillor Bruce Ford, who first proposed a tourist levy for Stewart Island in ...

OPINION: NZ mayors are desperate for government financial help to cope with freedom campers, but ratepayers are footing the bill.

Medical history by accident

I used to think there was no sweet treat that could defeat me.

OPINION: I think I may have made medical history.

A conundrum that's a scone-scratcher

What you call these tasty treats may say something about you, although exactly what it might be is not clear.

 Today we're going to talk about scones.

We Are Timaru

Overcrowded classrooms an issue

Sixteen South Canterbury schools have been identified as being near, or at, full capacity.

New data shows many South Canterbury schools are near, or over, full capacity.

Fun in a mini-skirt

Timaru Girls' High and Timaru Boys' High School students rehearse for their joint production Back to the 80's. Pictured ...

Dig out your leg warmers, crop tops and blue eyeliner and head Back to the 80's at Timaru Girl's High School this week.

Educator says expo disappointing video

Roncalli College student Molly Macmillan, 15, about to get a mechanical massage at the Careers Expo on Monday morning.

A few key education providers were missing from annual Careers Expo, a Timaru educator says.

150 years of history

Thomas Kissell at band practice on Thursday night.

The Timaru Municipal Band which formed in 1867 will celebrate its 150th anniversary next month.

What's on this weekend?

Wayne Dyche pictured with Levi and Zeus ahead of the Timaru Scooter Derby this weekend.

South Cantabrians have a few shows to choose from for entertainment this weekend.

Video

Trust gone after 6000 salmon released

Salmon farm assistant manager devastated when he realised business had been target of vandalism.

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