- Sage Publications, Inc.
- Skills earn plumber regional win
Local plumber Andrew McKerchar recently won the regional title at the Young Plumber of the Year 2021 competition.
- Love of knitting proves a lifelong affair
Highfield Lifecare diversional therapist Diane Rogers is interviewing residents about their lives. This week she talked to haberdasher and knitter Noeline Brown.
- Study resources galore at libraries as exams loom Timaru District Libraries
Term 4 is upon us and pupils and their caregivers will be thinking about the upcoming NCEA examinations.
- Holiday destination to open doors
Members of the public will get the opportunity to explore the fishing huts and baches that make up the Rangitata North Huts fishing village at an open day this month.
- Vet’s advice proves popular online
Dr Alex Avery is a veterinary surgeon at Vetlife in Timaru throughout the day, but at night he is giving advice to pet owners around the globe.
- Pupils part of national quake preparedness drill
Nearly 10,000 people in South Canterbury dropped, covered and held at 9.30am last Thursday for the annual ShakeOut.
- Stalls, rides canned at Get to the Point
Get to the Point events will be cancelled for the first time in 73 years.
- Store packed with great styles from around world Mac Shaw Clothing for Men
Mac Shaw Clothing for Men is full to the brim with amazing contemporary styles from around the world.
- Fashion store team seizes opportunity for a new look Preen
You may have wondered what has been going on at Preen over the past few months.
- Uncle’s medals take the long way home
When Genevieve Hanning (nee Newman), of Green Island, held her uncle Herb’s medals in her hands, it was a moving and tearful moment.
- Chooks, baby girl help with new start
It’s been a roller-coaster ride for South Canterbury farmers Kelly and Morgan Campbell since their cattle were the first in New Zealand to be depopulated due to Mycoplasma bovis. But they have come out the other side with a new business venture. Allied Press business and rural editor SallyRae ...
It was the tour that divided the nation, leaving a scar on the collective memories of people across the length and breadth of New Zealand. Four decades on, Allied Press reporter DaisyHudson examines the events of the 1981 Springboks tour in the South, through the eyes of those at the heart of...
- Unlikely pair guiding Groundswell
They’re an unlikely pair of protesters....
- Lastfire forrally
Over the weekend, the Brass Monkey Rally had its final fling. Bruce Munro talks to those who, for four decades, have made it the biggest annual winter motorcycle pilgrimage in New Zealand....