The elephant seal pup born on Timaru's Caroline Bay beach has died.
A man who spat in a police officer's eye has been sentenced to community work.
Michelle Greer is driving her Dodge Challenger to Auckland to be part of the Variety Trillian Mini Bash.
A woman whose careless driving caused her friend's death near Lake Pukaki has been disqualified from driving.
The bodies of two men who died while kayaking Lake Tekapo will soon be home.
A person was treated for smoke inhalation after smoke filled a Timaru house on Thursday night.
Two young Timaru writers' works have won awards in the Ursula Moray William Creative Writing Competition.
The number of insurance claims on trampolines, after big wind storms, is on the rise according to a specialist rural insurer.
Roncalli College had a better day at the New Zealand Schools Netball Championships but still could not pull off an elusive win.
Timaru's Mark Doudle never expected to be a karate instructor for 20 years after a nervous start into the lifestyle sport.
Roncalli College is finding things tough against the big guns at the NZ Secondary Schools Netball Championships in Ashburton.
Roncalli College will aiming to tip Baradene College over at the New Zealand Secondary Schools Netball Championships in Ashburton on Tuesday.
South Canterbury's 16th grade football side produced some spirited showings despite finishing sixth out of seven sides that competed in a South Island tournament at Sir Arthur Basil Park in Timaru recently.
OPINION: It didn’t take too long to reacquaint myself with one of the sounds of my youth.
All week it's been bubbling away under the surface.
"I'm not ready to play the cripple card just yet."
OPINION: Japan's win against South Africa must surely rank as the biggest upset in sporting history.
OPINION: Hamilton City Council made a blunder by refusing to rule out euthanising Oz.
The last Waimate Shears competition at the Waimate Stadium takes place on Saturday.
Something is changing in Timaru’s nightlife.
OPINION: Now that the mornings are getting lighter, it's time to practise rising earlier.
To a market or fair, and other activities a plenty in South Canterbury.
Queues of people lined up the day the South Canterbury Savings Bank first opened its doors.