Your South Canterbury
OPINION: When it comes to television, food programmes are part of our staple diet these days.
REVIEW: Not since To Kill a Mockingbird has a title so inaccurately described something.
Timaru Boys' High School was treated to a visit by All Black star Dan Carter, who spoke at the school and mingled with students.
Former Timaru Girls' High student Kristina O'Connor is living in the tiny Fijian village of Toki, volunteering at a school.
A speed machine is under construction in the engineering department at Mountainview High School.
Another tour de force has hit the boards locally.
Boldly speaking, we have been here before.
OPINION: At one o'clock last Monday, I got excited.
Timaru Girls' High School leaver Nicole Austin was presented a top subject scholar award for graphic design at Government House on Wednesday, receiving congratulations from Prime Minister John Key.
Mountainview High School and Timaru Boys' High School students got a day at the racetrack this week - but it was all about saving lives.
The Voice Australia finalist Ben Hazlewood was in Tekapo this month filming the music video for his new track, Parachute.
Warming weather is a chance for Mackenzie College student Abby Anderson, on an AFS exchange in Sicily, to head to the beach.
What do the changes mean for homeowners?
The days of replacement insurance for your home are numbered.
Locking up your daughters is futile - they'll find a way to break free.
OPINION: At last, a New Zealand television drama series that is well worth watching.
Grease is the word at Timaru Girls' and Timaru Boys' high schools.
When Chloe Woods left Christchurch to move to Timaru six months ago she had reached her lowest point.
'Good attitude' takes Timaru girl a long way
Teachers told Sharyn Casey she would work in a supermarket for the rest of her life.
It's Youth Week this week and Attitude's Rosa Studholme has sat down with two Timaru young people who are making a difference in the community and achieving great things.
Are we being served?
Are we being served when it comes to the services provided by the South Canterbury District Health Board?