A rural GP who turned up to a crash found his colleague dead at the scene.
A group of about 40 "growling" boys have been seen harassing Timaru's elephant seal and her pup.
A motorist speeding through the scene of a crash at 90kmh in North Otago took police by surprise.
Anxiety took over Robyn Read's life to such an extent she would not even buy the groceries and felt suicidal.
A garden judged South Canterbury's best took 20 years work.
The trial for a 57-year-old Central Otago man facing historical sex and abuse charges continued in closed court on Tuesday.
More people are committing suicide in South Canterbury.
The sale of one of Timaru's Countdown supermarkets is unlikely to affect it, its new owner says.
Waitaki Boys' High school rector Paul Jackson will leave the school at the end of this year.
The heat is about to be turned up at Raincliff as more than 100 fire fighters from around Canterbury arrive.
Hell Pizza has confirmed it will open a Timaru Restaurant about March 2016. Hell is expected to be a tenant in The Landing
Seasonal jobs at Smithfield could be affected by Alliance's $100m robotics investment, meat workers' union says.
A Timaru man, 28, was arrested for possessing a knife on North St, Timaru about 8.30pm.
One man has died and a woman and child have been flown to hospital after a car rolled "several times" in Canterbury.
A 57-year-old Central Otago man facing historical sex and assault allegations has pleaded not guilty to all 25 charges on Monday.
A Weston woman thought it was tumbleweed flying past her window on Sunday afternoon but it turned out to be her pet chook caught in the wind.
Chalmers Church remains in a single title despite its owner's efforts to have it divided into three.
Severe gales could affect South Canterbury on Monday night, MetService says.
South Canterbury's Women of Influence awards finalist says she had to make her career happen on her own terms.
The seal pup born on Caroline Bay will be left by its mother in a matter of days.
Families of two men who died kayaking Lake Tekapo frustrated by delays getting their bodies home.
Burning rubbish started a 100-metre long fire near Morven in South Canterbury on Monday.
Waimate woman Marie McKay fears she may never walk properly again.
Sheep farmers in South Canterbury are happy with how lambing has progressed this spring, on the back of an unseasonably long, cold winter.
A former Temuka chef and her Kiwi style cafe in Scotland have proved they are the cream of the crop.
A Christchurch man stopped on State Highway 1 near Pareora about 11.40am on Sunday was found to be breaching his bail conditions.
The Waitaki District Council is in a strong position for the next financial year following the results of its draft annual report.
Areas in Waimate and Mackenzie Districts still had no power following the strong wind storm over the weekend.
Firefighters say they could have been pulling a body from a smoke-logged Timaru house.
The stars are about to arrive in Twizel and the town is buzzing, the organiser says.