Monday, 12 May 2014
Growing Timaru Demand for International Cruises Creates New Business Opportunity TIMARU
— A new Timaru travel service has been set up to meet the growing demand by locals for international luxury cruises.
By Impact PR: Fleur Revell
Wednesday, 18 December 2013
Jacko Gill says focus on performance, not medals, at 2014 Colgate Games TIMARU
— Young athletes across New Zealand will be watching their Christmas confectionary intake as they prepare for New Zealand’s national junior athletics championship in January.
By Acumen Republic
Monday, 28 January 2013
— At approximately 1.20am on Saturday 26 January 2013, a 21 year old Timaru man and a 20 year old Timaru man were stabbed during a fracas on Church Street, Timaru.
By New Zealand Police
Wednesday, 23 January 2013
Ross Finds His Pace in New Holden TIMARU
— Cambridge driver Nick Ross qualified with a very competitive pace for the opening race at the second round of the NZV8s held at Timaru International Motor Raceway at the weekend.
By Little Devil Motorsport
Tuesday, 15 January 2013
Clean up underway for Timaru oil spill TIMARU
— A boom is in place at Timaru Port to contain the oil spill discovered earlier today.
By Environment Canterbury
Monday, 14 January 2013
Oil spill in Timaru TIMARU
— Members of the Environment Canterbury oil response team are currently on the scene of an oil spill in Timaru Port.
By Environment Canterbury
Thursday, 25 October 2012
Chevron reopens timaru terminal TIMARU
— Leading energy company Chevron New Zealand has proudly reopened the Timaru Terminal today.
By Spark Activate
Thursday, 20 September 2012
Reprieve for Some Workers at Timaru Port 'Good News' says Union TIMARU
— The announcement that Mediterranean Shipping Lines (MSL) and Prime Port in Timaru have agreed that the shipping line will use the port and this will reduce the number of laid off staff is welcomed by the union representing the workers.
By Rail & Maritime Transport
Tuesday, 11 September 2012
Final Decision on Port Jobs a Huge Blow for Timaru TIMARU
— Prime Port in Timaru today confirmed that more than 50 jobs on the waterfront will be slashed by the end of September; something the Rail and Maritime Transport Union says is a direct result of government inaction.
By Rail & Maritime Transport Union
Monday, 3 September 2012
Timaru Assault TIMARU
— At about 3am on Sunday 2nd September (2012), a man was assaulted outside a nightclub in the main street of Timaru.
Monday, 30 July 2012
Timaru Stab Victim Named TIMARU
— At about 6.50pm on Saturday the 28th of July 2012 Police were called to a residential address in the Marchwiel area of Timaru.
Thursday, 19 July 2012
High pollution days continue to concern TIMARU
— The potential for clear, cold weather to push air pollution levels over the health guidelines was evident last week when Timaru notched up five high pollution days in succession.
Friday, 8 June 2012
Orari-Opihi-Pareora Zone Committee meeting TIMARU
— The Orari-Opihi-Pareora (OOP) Zone Committee will hold its regular monthly meeting (open to the public) in Timaru on Friday, 8 June.
A key focus for the committee will be on the implementation of its Zone Implementation Programme (ZIP) and the committee’s work-plan for the future.
Monday, 14 May 2012
Name released in Timaru death TIMARU
— Police have released the name of a man found dead in York Street, Timaru, early on Friday morning [11 May].
Saturday, 12 May 2012
Man charged with murder in Timaru TIMARU
— A 25-year-old Timaru man will appear in the Timaru District Court charged with murder following the discovery of a body in a residential street in Timaru in the early hours of Friday morning.
Friday, 11 May 2012
Timaru oil containment update TIMARU
— Last week Environment Canterbury was made aware of an oil spill at the Port of Timaru from a deep sea fishing vessel.
Timaru suspicious death - update TIMARU
— The body of a young man remains in York Street, Timaru after it was found there early this morning.
Thursday, 3 May 2012
Oil spill at Port of Timaru TIMARU
— Environment Canterbury was made aware of a significant oil spill at the Port of Timaru yesterday morning from a deep sea fishing vessel.
Fuel depot reopening victory for people south of Lyttleton TIMARU
— Federated Farmers has joined CRT in welcoming Chevron New Zealand’s decision to re-open its Timaru Storage Terminal. From the third quarter of 2012, an additional 20 million litres of fuel storage will be available in the lower South Island.
Tuesday, 24 April 2012
Timaru to be one of the first towns to benefit from UFB TIMARU
— More than 11,000 Timaru premises will benefit from ultra-fast broadband, including about 900 businesses, 75 medical facilities and 15 schools, Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams announced today.
Friday, 24 February 2012
New joint home heating scheme to make home heating upgrades more affordable TIMARU
— A new joint Clean Heat project underway this month, will not only make Timaru homes warmer and healthier, but will help improve air quality in winter.
Thursday, 16 February 2012
Old Fashioned Beer Delivery Marks Milestone For DB Draught TIMARU
— Beer was delivered the good old fashioned way across Timaru today – by horse and cart.