Tuesday, July 23, 2024

‘Tornado’ takes title

Timaru Muay Thai fighter Kaitlyn ‘‘The Tornado’’ Tucker has toughed it out in Temuka to claim the international lightweight WBC championship. Taking part in the...

Signage to take on new look

Waimate is set to wave goodbye to the wallaby as the district council prepares to change the welcome and farewell signs into the district. A...
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Radio replaced with hysterics

That's a Good Question with Tom O'Connor. Why do sports commentators scream into microphones? The first microphone replaced shouting, yodelling, smoke signals and megaphones as a...

We all have a duty to protect ocean

Voice for Nature with Ines Stager Each year at the beginning of March, Seaweek is celebrated in various parts of New Zealand. Activities during the...

Appreciating art from cafe to gallery

NEW TO TIMARU with Michael Riach My neighbour won an award at the Alpine Energy Art awards. She drew her inspiration from a window in a...

Why the YMCA Became ‘The Y’

What’s in a name? Plenty, if it’s one as well known around the world as the YMCA (are you singing that song in your...

More bat protection work needed

Voice for Nature with Ines Stager For the fourth year in a row, members of the Talbot Forest Working Group (TFWG) have invited the public...

Record-setting sailor gives thanks

In May 2019, British woman Jeanne Socrates, then 76, was forced to dock at Timaru after damage to her to her 38ft yacht, S/V Nereida,...

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