The hardy souls who waited hours in the cold to see Shira the giraffe got a treat.
An experienced climber missing on Mt Cook has not set off a locator beacon.
Self-publishing is the only option for some writers, but a successful author says it's the best.
Competitors in Timaru's first big mud run can expect a real challenge.
'Worst possible time' for a review of the education system, Sth Canty principals say.
A vineyard owner has accused Timaru's district licensing committee of "nasty" behaviour for declining an application.
Wallaby numbers reported outside the containment area have declined in 2015.
A Timaru man, 19, was arrested on a warrant to arrest in relation to a motor vehicle accident on Earl Rd at 9.05pm on Thursday.
An ankle injury to Paula Fifita has robbed South Canterbury of one of their most influential sevens players.
Roncalli College pupil Jessica Shearer has just been picked for her biggest golf assignment yet.
Temuka top-order batsman Phill Lill is looking forward to donning the whites for his first appearance for South Canterbury at Hawke Cup level.
Roncalli College netballer Laura Dorgan is one step away from mixing it with the best netballers in the country.
Two of the hardest workers at the Waimate Rugby Club have been honoured with life memberships.
OPINION: A few days ago, a friend and former colleague put a message on Facebook to his American friends.
OPINION: It was one of the first things I thought of when I heard the news.
OPINION: Stories of Lomu's selflessness show us what we've lost.
OPINION: There is nothing more aggravating than reading comments on social media sites from ignorant, rude people.
OPINION: This is not so much a homage, or a review, as an exercise.
It's all roses around South Canterbury at the moment.
After 25 years, Oamaru's Alison Ludemann is still enamoured with roses.
The number of young people choosing to take up a career as a shepherd in the Waitaki District is increasing.
Timaru teenager Laura Robinson loved her first volunteer trip to Uganda so much, she's going again.
The sound of the Fairlie Fire Station bell means one thing to Jim Irving. That someone needs his help.