This week in our series of young up and coming sports people from South Canterbury secondary schools we are featuring Nikau Whetu, 14, of Twizel Area School whose sport is skiing.
Age has been no barrier for three senior members of the Evita cast ensemble, who are treading the boards for the upcoming musical.
Church is more important than ever says Timaru's newest vicar who is keen to get young people back into the christian community.
New China Southern Airlines service brings significant benefit to South Canterbury
The Rangatira has sailed its final voyage between Timaru and the Chatham Islands, and will now be sold. Fergus Blakiston pays tribute to 'the good old boat'.
It was a big job for Tony Schischka restoring his Fiat Bambina even though it is a little car.
Timaru is enjoying a retail boom with shoppers coming from Oamaru and Ashburton.
The Community Trust of Mid and South Canterbury has returned a near record return of $7.248million.
It was a hard day's night for Derek Burrows' guest, when the slat bed attacked.
The Old Chook confesses to a sweet tooth, but wonders whether puddings might contribute to excess podge.
August is family history month and Oamaru's genealogists are on hand to help people dig into their past.
South Canterbury resthomes are holding onto a large number of unclaimed ashes, with some dating back over 35 years.
Chief photographer John Bisset visited a number of venues over the weekend to capture the essence of South Canterbury activities.
Tarina Crampton's introduction to rowing was from the sidelines, watching her brothers row.
South Canterbury has 17 entries in the New Zealand Cafe of the Year Award.
He has heard all the jokes, but George Boorer is the proud owner of a 1991 Lada Saloon.
This week in our series of young up and coming sports people from South Canterbury secondary schools we are featuring Madison Gillespie, 17, of Timaru Girls High School whose sport is rowing.
Like a good book, Bookarama has changed hands.
So far close to 1870 households have successfully applied for a rate rebate from the Timaru District Council.
The Old Chook reflects on childhood tastes as she peels a pile of apples.