Some South Canterbury farmers are unsure of their obligations under the Heath & Safety Act.
When David and Glenys Saunders bought their 1903 Foden Traction Engine, they knew it was special.
The St Andrews community could have public toilets in the township after more than 30 years fighting for them.
Two South Cantebrury brothers are set to retire and want some "young blood" to take their apple business to the next level.
Geraldine WWll veteran Jim Lester survived travelling to hell and back and wants to know who else has.
Parents should plan a few indoor activities the weather is not predicted to improve until later in the week.
Eighty-year-old Hiria Moffat needs to raise more funds to help create a Maori Hall of Fame.
Resident believes council not pruning trees when power lines put underground was "irresponsible".
A major refurbishment of Timaru's Westpac bank will begin about the same time as Fairlie's branch is set to close.
ECan has adopted new policies and rules aiming to clean up waterways in coastal South Canterbury
Distinguished gentlefolk donned their finery and suits to raise funds for men's health.
A children's jungle cube to be built in a park in Watlington will incorporate a climbing wall - designed by a four year old.
Runners found themselves on the twisting trails of Timaru's Scenic Reserve for the Lovelock Memorial Run.
More than 25 people showed up to hear what Timaru mayoral candidates had to say on Saturday.
No stage in the new Waimate Event Centre meant the Waimate Shears had either pay for a stage or look for alternatives.
Hiria Moffat, 80, is a bit nervous about picking up the microphone after 30 years. But she's doing it with a goal in mind.
Anti-fluoride health board candidate claims a man took aim at her as she campaigned beside busy highway.
Food was scarce under German occupation during World War II where Chris Chrisstoffels lived to the north of Amsterdam.
Two South Canterbury districts are some of the least culturally diverse in the country, according to Census data.
Incumbent Damon Odey has agreed to a debate with fellow mayoral candidate Phil Smith.
Waimate mayor says district 'flying ahead' and now worth at least $4.7 billion on the back of rural growth.
The Government has backed down over controversial local government legislation.
Stan Walker has postponed his upcoming tour to be with his mother who has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Lake Pukaki is set to become the home of New Zealand's only commercial hovercraft company.
Timaru's PrimePort has recorded a healthy profit, according to its just-released annual report.
More than 15 cats have been shot, poisoned, or disappeared lately say residents in small south Canterbury town.
Hakataramea River users will be asked to identify what activities to do with the river are acceptable or not.
Timaru woman Janet Quigley has been elected the new Public Service Association president.
A Timaru-based company Infratec has won a Champion Canterbury Business Award.
Help Hiria get to Auckland by supporting her gig at the Aigantighe Art Gallery this weekend.