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The Twizel man who died after his car crashed into a canal has been remembered as an "honest, thoughtful" man. [Read More]
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Missing Twizel man David Fountain has been found dead. ... [Read More]
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The parents of missing Twizel man David Fountain have thanked the community for the support they've received as police continue the search for their son. [Read More]
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The car of missing Twizel man David Fountain has been found in the Pukaki Ohau Canal, near Twizel. [Read More]
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Dairy industry and affordability of living in Timaru linked to increase in number of ESOL students. [Read More]
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A man allegedly speeding through Washdyke may have been surprised to see a police car. [Read More]
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FAVOURITE TEACHER AWARDS: From the Christchurch quake tragedy to Parliament's select committees, we're travelling the country to meet some of New Zealand's best teachers. [Read More]
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Chess enjoying new popularity. [Read More]
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South Canterbury educators took a tour on Thursday of many food processing plants. [Read More]
Grey Power to ask government to intervene over wood burner rules. [Read More]
Nearly 200 people took up a once-year-opportunity to see some of the Savage Clubs performers' show. [Read More]
Victim grateful for quick-thinking of passing security worker. [Read More]
Sweet treats will help fund the work of South Canterbury's SPCA. [Read More]
A Timaru woman has been training winning race horses for more than 10 years, but her love for horses spans seven decades. [Read More]
Potential funding changes to Ara would affect all of Timaru, educator says. [Read More]
International students making friends in Timaru. [Read More]
The world's top designers turn to a 40-year old NZ tannery to clothe the stars. [Read More]
Top designers world-wide seek Washdyke business' product. [Read More]
Timaru Boys' students take out second place in cooking competition. [Read More]
Timaru District volunteers thanked for giving up their time to the community. [Read More]
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