Planning to see Michael Linton's massive medieval mosaic? Better book a ticket to England.
Celebrate a birthday at the Hospice Shop or lace up your shoes for a colour run in South Canterbury.
A Timaru man who has attended Anzac services every year for 62 years believes the tradition is in no danger of dying out.
OPINION: Hi folks, are you a garden lover? Do you talk to your plants?
Commemorate Anzac Day this weekend with a range of activities.
Three weeks into her new hobby and the card game Bridge has made a good impression on Jennine Maguire A card game is the
A ride in a microlight over Timaru is exhilarating and fun all at the same time.
Reporter Grant Shimmin was among the contestants on the revived Mastermind... he was very nervous.
Timaru's retiring fire safety officer has 45 years of war stories, many of which he's never told before now.
An Oamaru couple hope to build a bottle house bakehouse to help impoverished Ugandans.
Pupils from Timaru's St Joseph's School have raised about $1600 by walking laps around their school.
Established dancer Fanciforia Foxglove will take to the stage as part of a Timaru burlesque show.
Aviation enthusiasts get to show of their skills at an open day on Sunday.
Check out the wings and wheels on show at the South Canterbury Aero Club Open Day on Sunday.
Mio Nishasaka came to Timaru to improve her English, but when she goes home she'll be taking another skill too.
An embroidery guild in Temuka provides women with much more than a way to fill time and some beautiful craft work.
The South Canterbury Irish Society is set to celebrate the centenary of one of the most important events in their history.
Playing with kids or having your hair done? There's no competition at Wallingford Rest Home.
Wine tasting, automobiles, kitchens and canines mean plenty to see in South Canterbury.
Harold the Giraffe is back in town with some sharp new threads and an upgraded mobile classroom.