A story about a double stabbing on Church St on Saturday was the most clicked on article on The Timaru Herald website last week.
The incident occurred the same week police indicated they were unlikely to lay any charges relating to the death of a man outside a Temuka pub in November.
Other stories which caught reader attention included one about Timaru couple John McIver and Terewa Karetai realising their dream of parenthood and a report about "badly behaved" teens being served trespass notices from campgrounds.
1. Two stabbed in street fight
Two men were stabbed in a street fight in Timaru this morning.
2. More shakes awaited
Cantabrians could be in for a bumpy week as the land settles after the weekend's magnitude-4.6 earthquake.
3. 'Brats' barred from lake sites
A group of "badly behaved" teenagers will be served trespass notices preventing them from staying at council-owned campsites at the Waitaki lakes.
4. Sunken journeyman found intact
A Timaru fishing boat missing for 14 months has been found thanks to the sinking of a container ship off Tauranga.
5. Dads thrilled to call Charlie their own
After months of having their hopes raised and dashed, a Timaru gay couple's dream of raising a child is finally coming true.
6. Charges unlikely after death
The investigation into the death of a Temuka man fatally injured outside a South Canterbury pub seems likely to close without anyone facing criminal charges.
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