Youth Alley's Kirsty McVeigh prepares Gary Anderson and Bevan Robinson's 3-D exhibits for display at the Vision Opinion Identity Creative Expression (VOICE) Youth Week art exhibition and competition.

Youth speak through art

Young Timaru artists put their best works on display.

More men wanted

Karalyn Reid.

Meeting new people can be daunting for men, singles night organiser says.

GoPro a no-go for Timaru wardens

Timaru parking wardens are unlikely to don body-mounted cameras any time soon.

Sunshine on the books

Skies across South Canterbury should be mainly sunny on Tuesday.

Partner heartbroken

Partner of woman who died at Rangitata River says the "place she loved so much, took her".

Chinese food at a cafe near you

Dumplings and rice paper rolls will soon be on the menu at South Canterbury cafes.

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Rescue chopper makes 3 calls

Westpac rescue helicopter

12:38 PM  The Westpac emergency helicopter was called to South Canterbury three times in the last week.

Heavy suppression orders in place

12:08 PM  Strict suppression orders remain in place for a man facing multiple sex charges.

Fence damaged on Evans St

Roads sold to Fonterra

Sport

Close contests for indoor titles

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Close contests decided three out of four indoor bowls titles over the weekned.

Class field for championships

The defending champions will be back on the mats at the National Indoor Bowls Championships in Timaru next month.

Asha Hollamby, 7, winning Cycling Timaru's development race on debut.

Hollamby's dream debut

Seven-year-old Asha Hollamby took out the first road race she competed in.

Opinion

Catering to the needs of Chinese tourists

25052015  News, John Bisset/FairfaxNZ Stephen Le Corre from Aoraki Polytechnic prepares Chinese food

Kiwi roadside food is not impressing some of our Chinese tourists, research has found.

A celebration of SC's sporting success

OPINION: South Canterbury is punching well above its weight in the sporting arena, says sports editor Stu Piddington.

Face creams might not be the miracle you're hoping for.

Facing up to the reality of miracle creams

The Old Chook is yet to be convinced about the effectiveness of miracle creams.

Life

Facing up to the reality of miracle creams

Face creams might not be the miracle you're hoping for.

The Old Chook is yet to be convinced about the effectiveness of miracle creams.

Ignorance a headache for migraine sufferers

OPINION: Warning: This column has some graphic content, so if you're eating, you may want to finish before reading it.

The newest addition to the Waimate Fire Brigade, a 2008 model fire engine.

Dog rescued by fire service

A golden retriever was rescued by a Waimate fire crew when it became stuck down a ravine.

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