Pro-Ject Waimate has Quinn's Arcade "stabilised and maintained to degree so it's not deteriorating".
Southern Rotarians have managed "a real coup" with a Rotary International leader to visit to its Mt Cook conference.
Oamaru woman Ashleigh Schieving is working with Youth For A Mission in Townsville to provide health care and support to the people of Papua New Guinea.
Public told to watch out for tax scam that uses unsuspecting people as money mules by receiving stolen funds and then forwarding it overseas.
Most attacks on livestock will be by dogs living within 200m of you.
Beekeeping runs in the family for Paul Bartrum.
New Zealand is in serious trouble with its beef industry, according to angus breeder Gerald Hargreaves.
A planned Timaru subdivision's developer will review its viability after new council restrictions.
A pet transporter says a puppy at the centre of a Trade Me dispute had faeces on it when she picked it up.
After defending a drop in funding, the Transport Minister's office has clarified what he meant.
A Timaru man has pleaded guilty to robbing a Postshop of over $2500 at knifepoint.
A Timaru man was issued a police safety order for 24 hours after a domestic incident in Theodosia St on May 4.
Eighteen months of negotiating proves worthwhile as new track opens to the public.
A Timaru man used his ADHD to his advantage when he sold his prescribed Ritalin.
Preparations for the 38th annual Plunket Art Show are under way.
Cyclist admits he "overreacted" in road-rage outburst over "careless drivers".
Temuka's Wallingford Home residents are gearing up for a garage sale.
If you think Timaru smells like fish, then Environment Canterbury wants you to put your hand up and be counted.
Labour inspectors visited Timaru District seven times last year and found at least four employment law breaches.
Damage assessments continue around Queenstown after 5.8 earthquake near Wanaka.
Timaru is becoming a spiritual hub according to the Spiritual and Psychic Association which will hold its Body and Soul Expo on Saturday May 16.
The South Canterbury Museum has compiled the SCRoll (South Canterbury Roll of Honour) as part of the 100th anniversary commemorations of World War I. This week we feature Private Leonard Jack Watson No.6/2798.
Donna Hitchcox is truly a dream weaver.
With loving care, Tekapo man George Empson has restored his 1991 Landcruiser and now could not be without it.
Their first winter in Fairlie, they got chilblains, the toilet froze, the kettle froze and the door lock on the car froze - yet 20 years later they remain as the town's longest serving GPs.
Showers are forecast across South Canterbury this afternoon and evening.
There were a few fewer than 102 candles but Halsey Hood still managed to blow them all out.
Timaru man served with PSO after an incident on Maple Cres on May 3.
Groups raise $37,500 to be be put towards survival tents to send to Nepal.
A yellow-eyed penguin made a rare visit to Caroline Bay but disappeared before DOC arrived.