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 A "major" volunteer shortage is stopping a popular Anzac Day tradition from extending its hours. [Read More]
Dwindling disability support could force a South Canterbury family to make a difficult decision. [Read More]
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A man who injured his back on a ship at Timaru's port waited two-and-a-half hours for an ambulance to arrive, not 90 minutes as reported,... [Read More]
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A nationwide initiative is giving a Timaru man's hospitality career a Hell of a start. [Read More]
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A man who injured his back on a ship at Timaru Port waited 90 minutes for an ambulance to arrive. [Read More]
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Enrolments drop but Ara chief executive confident polytechnic will reach end-of-year targets. [Read More]
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E tu union requests consultation be put on hold amid concerns process is moving too fast. [Read More]
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South Canterbury's state housing could be cut by 134 properties in the next ten years, information released by the Labour Party reveals. [Read More]
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Anyone can be a rocket scientist. [Read More]
Increasing student numbers has encouraged a South Canterbury school to consider alternative classrooms to cater for the growth. [Read More]
Support staff are concerned a national disability support service is cutting services as its subsidiary property company booms. [Read More]
When a fire sparks in the Waimate District, a volunteer team with more than 500 years collective service comes to people's aid. [Read More]
South Cantabrians with learning disabilities may struggle to access support when IDEA Services cuts several support programmes. [Read More]
Rural Canterbury families losing landline service for up to a week at a time - and that could leave them hanging in an emergency. [Read More]
A national disability support provider plans to ditch a host of services making uncertain the future care of more than 1000 people. [Read More]
Poor primary school preparation may be one of the reasons the rate of South Canterbury high students studying Te Reo Māori is significantly below the... [Read More]
Building mini motorbikes is not just a fun school project - it is encouraging students to stay at school longer. [Read More]
About three-quarters of IDEA Services support workers are expected to vote on possible strike action. [Read More]
Free wireless internet could be available in Waimate within the next two months as the Waimate Community Wireless Trust looks to expand. [Read More]
Gleniti Primary School pupil Jay Mitchell, 8, said the closest he had come to writing a postcard or a letter was a birthday card. [Read More]
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