A Timaru drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre is waiting for an upsurge of legal high addicts.
Cars, rugby, music and trains are all on show in South Canterbury this Easter weekend.
South Canterbury Finance's collapse has left New Zealand $808 million out of pocket.
Publicans from Temuka and Geraldine are the latest group to join together in a bid to stop late-night drunkenness.
Church repairs Holy Trinity Arowhenua Church is awaiting assessment for repairs before it can re-open.
St Andrews church in Geraldine is celebrating Easter in style this year.
A shortage of players has shelved Timaru's only rugby league team.
Regarding recent publicity on roundabouts, it is not the roundabouts that are to blame it is the drivers who do not listen or read how and what to do when approaching them.
Timaru youth adviser Christine Cummings says involvement of families and communities in preventing suicide is "vital".
Timaru Herald chief photographer John Bisset was out and about South Canterbury during the weekend.
There is only so much grittiness an audience can take before they lose the will to live.
A lot of you will be familiar with comedian-personality Jesse Mulligan.
In December 2008, Auckland University released a report entitled The Health and Wellbeing of Secondary School Students in New Zealand.
Should the sale of legal highs be banned all together in Timaru?
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