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Timaru Herald

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Suicide numbers fall

Suicide numbers have dropped to an all-time low since 2007 in South Canterbury.

One hurt in train crash

Driver injured after train hits a truck carrying hazardous material.

Scarers shatter peace

Measures taken to scare off birds that are feasting on plants are keeping people awake.

Businessman agrees to fund court

Waimate businessman Gary Rooney may fund the cost of a second multi-purpose court for stadium upgrade.

Fishing guides back fee hike

Fishing guides are unfazed by news of a licence fee hike for foreign anglers.

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No money, no loan players

The Heartland Championship kicks off on Saturday but the South Canterbury side is still to secure its loan players.

Over the halfway mark

Halfway through his exchange Brennan Galpin is still having the time of his life in Japan.

Will it be Armageddon?

At last, Timaru Herald readers wake up to a full report on escalating tensions in Europe.