Many South Canterbury residents and visitors were guided through the Opihi Caves for Waitangi Day
Oversleeping on a couch was the excuse a man gave police when they arrested him for breaking bail
A Timaru man, 28, smashed his stereo after police and a council noise officer entered his house early on Monday.
The vandalism at the Caroline Bay carnival has been "disappointing, but not unexpected".
The Otipua Wetland could be gifted to the Timaru District Council.
"I had to drive my children into Geraldine and park outside a phone box so they could do their homework."
Waimate Centennial School has dropped class sizes by nearly a third to aid student achievement this year.
New Zealand gliding community in mourning after death of "experienced" pilot in North Otago.
Two local charities supporting women will benefit from funds raised at a charity golf tournament in Timaru.
Hobby beekeepers are keeping the bee industry buzzing.
Tamariki/children at Ti Kouka/cabbage tree Kindergarten learn about an aspect of Te Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi through an eldery tuatara, on Friday.
It has been a busy couple of days for photographer Mytchall Bransgrove, who covered a range Waitangi weekend activities.
Police deemed a Chinese couple too inept to continue driving in New Zealand.
Smokefree zones in Timaru could extend to parks, reserves, bus stops, council carparks and the botanic gardens.
The week-long razzmatazz of Timaru's first world championship sporting event reached a fitting crescendo.
A Temuka man was arrested for fighting on Sophia St about 1.45am on Sunday.
It is the last hurrah for the Waihi Bush Music Festival after 20 years of bringing music to Geraldine.
Meridian blames vexatious complaints for its struggles to finish its new Twizel building on budget.
Two South Canterbury runanga have plans for major work on their facilities this year.
Statues at a highly-photographed South Canterbury hedge are supporting the New Zealand flag as their owner tries to prevent change.
Timaru's La Catalina Latin Cafe & Kitchen is set to close after three years in business.
Brothers of Jordanian crash victim bear no ill will toward driver charged with causing his death.
Nine months after the demolition of Temuka's former St John building, a fully operational, new building is ready to be opened.
Timaru tills are ringing to the tune of about $200,000 extra this week as a result of the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championships.
For a range of vintage vehicles, enthusiasts will not want to miss the Waimate Vintage Car Club's 35th Wallaby Rally.
Owner "flippant" after failing to stop when her dog attacked a man in Timaru.
Women's Refuge may have to consider its staffing levels as concerns are raised over funding for anti-violence programmes.
Waitaki mayor Gary Kircher is sympathetic to calls for central government to shoulder infrastructure costs in towns welcoming tourists.
Mosquito-gnawed Timaru residents are rushing to chemists for bite balm.
The Temuka Primary School has kicked off the first term with 19 new students, the highest number they have had to date.