Timaru's refurbished Playhouse theatre opened to the public in dramatic style on Saturday.
Damaging golf greens and sitting on roofs in balaclavas a few of the activities that have annoyed citizens and police.
Organ damaged in Canterbury earthquake and restored almost from scratch sounds again.
Claire Barlow wants acceptance of those suffering depression.
An elderly man was burgled in the week before he was allegedly murdered.
South Canterbury football could join with rugby on an artificial turf at Alpine Energy Stadium.
Christchurch's Andrew Gibson took out the inaugural Timaru 200 2K Cup endurance race at Levels.
Cambridge will be the only club from South Canterbury in the semi-finals of the division one men's hockey competition.
OPINION: Grandma is 96. Her brain is sharp as a tack. It's the body that is starting to give way.
The article in The Timaru Herald regarding the closing of Bar One should be seen as a cautionary warning of things to come, says Roger Fagg.
The cultural diversity at Mountainview High School is growing, thanks to the addition of 14 new international students.
When Oamaru mum-of-two Brit Barroga travelled overseas with her husband and two boys she was surprised to see how uncommon breastfeeding really was.