Blue plaque tells of history on Timaru's Landing Service building: Timaru Herald
"The Timaru Landing Service building is now the first historic place in South Canterbury to receive a Historic Places Aotearoa (HPA) blue plaque highlighting its heritage. ..."
Historical plaque scheme reaches South Canterbury with $7500 donation: Timaru Herald
Heritage trust wants more protection for historic buildings in Timaru The Timaru Herald reports:
Hydro Grand assessment critical of hotel's heritage values -Timaru Herald reports.
" .... the resource consent hearing reconvenes on March 22."
A copy of the Heritage Assessment Report can be found at the following link:
The Panel Discussion has been postponed. New dates and venue will be announced.
"The history and development of Caroline Bay"
Panel discussion and talk presented by the South Canterbury Historical Society.
Sunday 8th May. (Time and venue details to be confirmed)
When: Saturday 15 February 8.30am-6.00pm
Full day outing (postponement date of 22 February)
Details are as follows: (more…)
"Editorial: Quake policy reasonable" The Timaru Herald.
"Closed churches to be repaired" Timaur Herald reporting a Heritage Architect to be engaged to assist with repair plans for quake damaged Catholic Churches in Pleasant Point and Temuka.
"Governor-general pays a visit" The Timaru Herald reports on the visit of the Governor-General to the "grand opening of the Bill O'Donnell Sawmill at Bushtown".
"Mayor defends quake policy" The Timaru Herald reports on the Waimate Mayor concerns for town's main street.