Shot putter Tom Walsh claims brilliant bronze medal at World Indoor Championships in Poland.
A Timaru man has been sentenced to three years and nine months' imprisonment for a fatal assault over a cannabis tinny.
Timaru District councillors will on Monday consider a draft budget showing a district-wide rate increase of 3.67 percent.
Crashes and driving complaints in the Mackenzie District relate mainly to tourists, a police officer says.
Two of North Otago's most iconic stone structures have been badly damaged.
A Timaru man was trespassed from The Warehouse after he was suspected of shoplifting.
Motorcycles, Victoriana and fundraising for good causes all get a look-in in South Canterbury.
Two men, aged 44 and 50, have been summonsed to court after an incident in Pareora.
Alpine Energy is continuing its major capital expenditure drive with a proposed $15 million worth of upgrades and maintenance.
Two Fairlie firefighters are gearing up for the Sky Tower challenge.
Five South Canterbury swimmers chasing personal bests at the NZ Division 2 Championships.
It seems too easy to heap all the blame onto coach Todd Blackadder for the Crusaders’ underwhelming start to the season.
What could possibly have possessed Craighead Diocesan School to think that Michael Laws in any way, shape or form could be considered suitable to be working with young women?
A new report shows the youths of South Canterbury are committing suicide at more than double the national rate.
Sometimes those of us who are deeply into words can get pretty pedantic about the way we shape a sentence, paragraph or tome.
David Jennings is gearing up to present A Good Night Out with nostalgia, history, songs and laughter in his latest one-man show.
Actress Hanne Honkanen will be having her South Canterbury stage debut in the play In The Next Room opening tonight.
Remember school sports days? I used to think they were unfair and nonsensical.
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