- Wednesday, 01 July 2015

After 148 years of publication, the Greymouth Star has joined the digital age, offering the additional option of reading your daily newspaper on-line by way of computer, tablet or smartphone — instantly, anywhere in the world.
The paper’s founding father and editor, Snyder Browne, who had to hand-set in rough premises in Waite Street every line of type for the first eight pages of the Greymouth Evening Star on March 18,

Laura Mills - Friday, 06 May 2016

A Blaketown couple who fought the Grey District Council through the courts over their lease agreement � costing the council $1 million in legal...

- Friday, 06 May 2016

A Danish tourist who was fined $10,000 for killing an endangered whio (blue duck) near Whataroa serves as a timely reminder for people to identify...

Laura Mills - Thursday, 05 May 2016

A window to Greymouth's past opened briefly overnight, when part of the old Greymouth-Kumara tram was exposed.

Laura Mills - Thursday, 05 May 2016

The Hokitika River mouth and the Westport harbour were closed as large swells hit the coastline overnight and this morning, but the Punakaiki...

- Wednesday, 04 May 2016

Powerful waves off the West Coast over the next day could lead to erosion, inshore currents, undertows and rips.

- Wednesday, 04 May 2016

Animal cruelty charges against a West Coast man accused of setting a cat on fire have been dismissed.

Laura Mills - Tuesday, 03 May 2016

Solid Energy has withdrawn mining operations from the bottom of the pit at the Reddale open-cast coalmine near Reefton, due to slumping.

- Tuesday, 03 May 2016

A Christchurch man who tried to sell his employer's car was arrested in Greymouth yesterday.

- Monday, 02 May 2016

A tourist who got lost in the Franz Josef Glacier valley on Saturday broke several rules of tramping, police say.

Ben Aulakh - Monday, 02 May 2016

The West Coast is about to get a slew of new chief executives in key roles, with interest from overseas in the top ranking positions.

Viv Logie - Friday, 29 April 2016

The catering for next year's Kathmandu Coast to Coast race has been handed back to the Kumara Community Trust, which was dumped recently after a...

Brendon McMahon - Friday, 29 April 2016

The Dunedin policewoman seconded to temporarily fill the West Coast area commander post for a few months has been appointed to the position...

Ben Aulakh - Thursday, 28 April 2016

A Cobden woman whose dog bit a tradesman is concerned she will have to pay $1560 for its incarceration � a bill that is growing by the
day...

Janna Sherman - Thursday, 28 April 2016

The 109-year-old Renton Hardware building is destined for the wrecking ball.