A Timaru employer has lost his appeal and has to pay $95,000 to an employee he fired.
Temuka student Jon Harding intends on working overseas, despite the Government's plans to arrest student loan defaulters at the border.
The Timaru District Council has gone into the cafe business ... temporarily.
Staff and customers at Evans St KFC were evacuated when a vat in the kitchen caught fire.
The fate of Timaru Hospital's Gardens Block could be known in July, one year after staff were evacuated from the building due to earthquake risk.
Take a look behind the scenes at the museum, or dress up for a ball for Hospice South Canterbury.
A Timaru man is accused of assaulting another man at his workplace.
Two pitbulls have been impounded after a sheep was mauled in the Twizel area.
The long awaited resurfacing of the dusty Temuka KiwiRail yard is finally under way after two years of false starts.
South Canterbury shot putter Tom Walsh is off to Switzerland next month to train with double Olympic champion Valerie Adams and her coach, Jean-Pierre Egger.
Jim Lester was 14 when he joined the British Merchant Navy during the Depression in 1935.
While listing candidates' names alphabetically isn't proven to benefit those near the top, adopting the random option removes any possible perception of unfairness.
Government may transfer stock from poorly performing Housing Corporation to other social housing providers.
Man arrested after firing a starting pistol, sending actors Christoph Waltz and Daniel Auteuil running for cover.
Pressure is mounting for mental health workers to change the way they deal with the privacy concerns of suicidal patients, in the face of concern the issue is contributing to New Zealand's suicide problem.
Another tour de force has hit the boards locally.
Boldly speaking, we have been here before.
At one o'clock last Monday, I got excited.
Mountainview High School and Timaru Boys' High School students got a day at the racetrack this week - but it was all about saving lives.
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