9:51 AM A hitch-hiker who had his gear stolen no longer believes New Zealand is a safe country.
Nigel Barclay's stolen race car has been returned thanks to social media.
The return of regular flights between the Mackenzie and Christchurch is proposed.
Waimate cricketer Connor Farrell thought he needed a drink of water. He actually needed brain surgery.
Piper is only two days old and already responsible for closing a fine-dining restaurant.
A motorist who crashed into the Timaru Herald office is grateful no-one died.
The Athletics Netball Club, which had two junior teams for the first time last year, is gearing up for another season.
A change of film reels created an expensive dilemma for the Waimate Regent Theatre Trust.
Kiwi Hayden Paddon is in second place Rally Sweden after rocketing up the leader board and sits behind world champion Sebastien Ogier.
John Bromley will umpire an international women's match at the Basin Reserve.
Faye Mulvey now can match her husband's hole in one story
A form XI struggles to find many batsmen who qualify.
Lack of ice delays start of Rally of Sweden.
OPINION: I've found myself contemplating violence several times in recent weeks.
It might be time for one of John Key's confidantes to ask him an important question.
OPINION: Are Aussies just harder than Kiwis? Please, don't shout.
OPINION: Derek Burrows was moved by a war exhibition that hinted at the horrors his grandfather faced a century ago.
EDITORIAL: Encouraging more people into more study will improve the chances New Zealand can further diversify its economy.
After 28 years of seeing South Canterbury's dark side, Kevin Dey is calling it quits.
The truth is out. Oamaru's little blue penguins are Australian.
Grabbed, tied to a chair and flour bombed on the street corner - welcome to workplace traditions.
Dealing in second-hand goods has provided its fair share of brow-raising moments, but trying to on-sell 16 urinal jugs has been one of the more entertaining for one Geraldine shop owner.
With a music festival, sports and cultural activities, South Canterbury has the long weekend covered.