The former dux of Mountainview High School is going on a mission to the Philippines.
Reverend Nancy Parker is retiring, but won't be giving up her ministry completely.
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.
Why does steampunk attract more haters than your average nerdy niche subculture?
Veteran Kiwi rocker Andrew Fagan brings pub classics to Timaru as part of a South Island three-concert mini tour.
Rose fans are in for a treat with Timaru hosting the national rose show this year.
Young and old travelled from far and wide to take part in the 5km Rainbow Run in Oamaru on Saturday.
A gigantic bonfire and fireworks lit up the night sky in Waimate on Saturday, as the annual Bushtown get together returned for 2015.
Talking of sweet syrupy stuff reminds me that there can be merit in certain new packaging or containers.
Positive behaviour at Timaru Boys' High School has been rewarded with electronic prizes.
A comedy about womanhood, sisterhood and finding yourself is set to light up the Timaru stage in December.
Remember the eager anticipation and countdown of sleeps before your birthday?
Labour Weekend has plenty to keep people busy in South Canterbury.
Mike Farrow cut down his Range Rover into a ute.
The best way for students to learn stage skills is to perform at the Music By Candlelight concert, says a head music teacher.
Fourteen years ago the South Canterbury rugby team did what this year's team hopes to do.