- 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,

Janna Sherman - Friday, 28 August 2015

Fire investigators were today sifting through the charred remains of a classroom block gutted by fire at Hari Hari early last night.

Ben Aulakh - Friday, 28 August 2015

An Asian tourist was airlifted to hospital yesterday evening after his rental van crashed and rolled on to its roof near Charleston, blocking...

Viv Logie - Thursday, 27 August 2015

Natural attrition is taking its toll on the New Zealand 45s Championships, with entries at an all-time low for the annual tournament in Greymouth...

Janna Sherman - Thursday, 27 August 2015

Three-level scaffolding up to 6m high has been erected inside St Mary's Church to allow for removal of hazardous asbestos from the high, ornate...

- Wednesday, 26 August 2015

A Cobden Woman who tucked into chocolates and bought booze using a gift card, both sent as presents to an associate, was convicted and discharged...

Laura Mills - Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Development West Coast approved nine loans in the past year with a combined value of just under
$7 million, with its overall financial...

Viv Logie - Tuesday, 25 August 2015

There appears to be apathy among West Coasters to nominate top sports people for this year's West Coast Sports Awards - with just one nomination...

Janna Sherman - Monday, 24 August 2015

A feasibility study on future options for a new swimming pool facility in Hokitika will be carried out by the Westland District Council in coming...

Paul McBride - Monday, 24 August 2015

South Westland prospective fishermen Ben Monk and Ashley Clark got more than they bargained for when they pulled in a 330kg monster tuna off...