Waimataitai School pupils painstakingly made kites to celebrate Puaka/Matariki.
Timaru's tannery Light Leathers might make 60 workers redundant after a drop in deer leather sales.
South Canterbury fruit processor Barker's may claim a $100,000 govt export grant.
One South Canterbury council will keep its forest, but another is considering plans to sell.
Country's longest-serving AFS volunteer has devoted more than 40 years.
Peter Bennett misses out on chairperson of the Aorangi Park Association after 30 years in the job.
Businessman calls long-running dispute "stupid", while local council remains "comfortable" with its course of action .
Police are asking for anybody who was in the Miro St and Pukatea St area at 3.30pm on Thursday who might be able to shed light on a complaint.
Cricket drop out rates in regions like South Canterbury can be halted, Sir Richard Hadlee says.
OPINION: From its effects upon the river to its role within the community, no questions about the Rangitata South Irrigation scheme went unanswered.
OPINION: A give and take budget - with beneficiaries coming out winners.
The act of vandalism not only lightens the wallet but can have an emotional cost.
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Oamaru's St Kevin's College is set to enchant its guests this week when Beauty and the Beast opens on Thursday.