Dwindling disability support could force a South Canterbury family to make a difficult decision.
Timaru man in "extreme pain" spent more than two hours waiting for an ambulance to arrive.
The Cook Islands will take another step away from fossil fuels with help from a South Canterbury company.
Sallies launch $30k fundraising campaign to reduce thefts and stop rubbish being dumped.
Underground Kiwi bands Two Cartoons and Spawts will be bringing their musical flair around the country this month.
A nationwide initiative is giving a Timaru man's hospitality career a Hell of a start.
The Lake Ohau Trust has received a $6500 fillip to help stop the spread of wilding conifers in the area.
Police seek driver of bus which crashed into parked cars early on Tuesday morning.
It might be set in a small town, but Calendar Girls touches on a theme which affects everyone, its director says.
A mix of fee and free toilets a solution for small areas dealing with big tourism.
An agreement designed to allow conservation and intensive farming to co-exist in the Mackenzie high country "has no teeth", according to mayor.
Enrolments drop but Ara chief executive confident polytechnic will reach end-of-year targets.
E tu union requests consultation be put on hold amid concerns process is moving too fast.
This year there will be 40 artworks, made by young South Canterbury artists, in the Plunket Art Show.
Large crowd expected for Winchester swap meet.
Police have uncovered the third cannabis growing operation in South Canterbury in just over a month.
Tourists are flocking to a popular Canterbury river to catch a glimpse of the dancing sockeye salmon bursting out of the water for the first time in decades.
Missing Dunedin man ''found safe and well'' in Timaru, police say.
Putting shingles in people's roofs may not be the most straight-forward way into the space industry, but it worked for NASA's only engineering scientist John Glass.
South Canterbury's state housing could be cut by 134 properties in the next ten years, information released by the Labour Party reveals.
Increasing student numbers has encouraged a South Canterbury school to consider alternative classrooms to cater for the growth.
A breast cancer survivor says health is a key issue ahead of the 2017 election.
Support staff are concerned a national disability support service is cutting services as its subsidiary property company booms.
A string of offences have been committed across Canterbury during a week-long crime spree.
Partially paralysed after botched surgery, Jamie Wilson is getting a helping hand.
The elderly couple were sceptical about the cold call but when they saw the Spark logo, they thought it was legitimate.
Concerns about the impact on the views of Lake Tekapo's landscape and a shortage or car parking are the biggest bugbears for submitters on a proposed five star hotel on the lake's shore.
An event celebrating South Canterbury's diverse culture has been branded a success after selling out.
Two filmmakers are on a "grassroots pilgrimage" around Canterbury rivers in a bid to raise awareness about clean waterways.
South Canterbury firefighters have been busy battling several car fires over the weekend.