The Timaru District is facing its worst water shortage in 40 years.
South Canterbury farmers have asked rural bankers for mercy as dry weather threatens milk production.
If the state housing plan improves standards for struggling renters, then it will be a positive move, says the Salvation Army.
Getting a good "cross-representation" in a working group on health services will be challenging, says SCDHB chief.
Two fire tankers have been sent away from a fire on a rural property after it was contained.
Bat breakage is now almost as much a part of Twenty20 cricket as it is in Major League Baseball.
Don't forget - the big numbers in the Government's state housing plan represent actual people and their homes.
Former Timaru Herald editor John Hardcastle - an early 20th century scientific thinker - is starting to get the recognition he deserves.
Ani Haua, one of four South Cantabrians to receive publicly-funded bariatric surgery last year, believes the Government should provide more weight-loss operations.
Neville and Ngaire Orford have overcome harsh conditions to win the small garden section of the summer flower garden competition.
If you visit Elloughton Gardens rest home, chances are you might see a rather large "well-loved" ginger tabby cat.
If it wasn't for Kahn, Doris Greenall would still be scared of dogs.
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