Weather fails to stop outdoor events
Timaru Herald chief photographer John Bisset was out and about South Canterbury during the weekend.
There is only so much grittiness an audience can take before they lose the will to live.
A lot of you will be familiar with comedian-personality Jesse Mulligan.
Dig out your running shoes for the inaugural Aoraki Mt Cook Marathon on Sunday.
I blamed it on the heat, Mrs Brown blamed me. Whatever the reason, about four o'clock on Tuesday morning, I woke up.
If the weather plays ball, this is the weekend to check out the night sky in South Canterbury.
REVIEW: Is Darren Aronofsky's adaptation of the Noah's Ark story truly righteous or some ungodly folly?
Technology is a wonderful thing, in the right hands.
On your marks, get set, navigate - the Geraldine Rogaine Autumn Muster is on.
REVIEW: Opera, not my thing really until I heard Sol3 Mio.
Radio Hauraki is now just another commercial rock radio station, but its beginnings were a tribute to sheer bloody-mindedness.
Many of you would have read a news story this week that noted that original homegrown New Zealand-made television content has dropped to its lowest level in five years.
David Jennings is gearing up to present A Good Night Out with nostalgia, history, songs and laughter in his latest one-man show.
In The Next Room opens tonight
Actress Hanne Honkanen will be having her South Canterbury stage debut in the play In The Next Room opening tonight.
Motorcycles, Victoriana and fundraising for good causes all get a look-in in South Canterbury.
On Saturday night Prime is showing The Paradise, which is another quality BBC period drama series.
There are plenty of activities on Sunday to celebrate Children's Day.
Tea dresses, belly dancers, picnic hampers and African animals may seem an unlikely mix but that's what Waimate will be all about in just over a week's time.
The 18-piece Dunedin City Jazz Orchestra has been confirmed as the headline act for Oamaru's Harbour St Jazz Festival.
In The Next Room is a comedy about marriage, intimacy and electricity. It also goes by the name "The Vibrator Play".
How can so much brutality occur in such beautiful scenery?
Last Tuesday, between 11am and 12 noon, was an hour to savour.
Check out the fundraising events on today.
Hollywood blockbusters have become more akin to machine operations than the work of humans.
While many of us may be over food shows, there is no doubt they continue to rate highly.
Look out for families cycling through the Scenic Reserve to the coast on Sunday.
After a collective 191 years in the film industry and six Oscars between them, these old boys still got game.
An abundance of hair product, cleavage and a killer Bee Gees soundtrack make American Hustle a must-watch.
One of the more common complaints about television in New Zealand is that we have too many cooking programmes.
Got a need for speed? There's a lot of racing action from bikes, cars and skates on over the weekend.
At last, some real current affairs on our screens.
Shake the dust off your bike - February is BikeWise Month, and some fun events have been planned.
Do some people live to serve?
Humour, by definition, is a funny thing.
It's time to get physical with Waimate's Caledonian Games and the Timaru Triathlon.
The love of money is the root of all kinds of evil, according to the New Testament.
August: Osage County is a dark comedy drama about the dysfunctional family to end all dysfunctional families.
TV One's worst invention of 2013, Seven Sharp, will now not return to our screens next week as planned.
The grand final of Pleasant Point's Got Talent will be decided on Sunday.
Welcome to 2014 everyone. Our Christmas and New Year were wonderful occasions, if for vastly different reasons.
Music lovers have the second heat of Pleasant Point's Got Talent to look forward to on Sunday.
Welcome to 2014 and the second and final part of the annual Brownies television awards for the previous 12 months:
Events on at the Caroline Bay Carnival today:
Events on at the Caroline Bay Carnival today include:
REVIEW: Hopefully Christmas treated you well and now you are already pondering what resolutions you will make and not keep next year.
Events on at the Caroline Bay Carnival today include Miss and Master Junior Caroline Bay.
Events on at the Caroline Bay Carnival this weekend.
Events at the Caroline Bay Carnival:
Brush off your battered blazer - the world's silliest news team has returned to our screens.
Merry Christmas everyone!