Les Ballard expected a crash as he watched the car in front swerve all over the road.
The police dog squad was deployed to locate three youths in Timaru in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
A Timaru business student has admitted selling cannabis as police bring drug dealing busts from a phone-tapping operation to court.
Limeworks company to pay $100,000 to worker's partner after "horrific" death.
The efforts of search and rescue personnel during the Lake Tekapo kayaking tragedy have been recognised.
KiwiRail do about-turn on new signage around Timaru's port area following several complaints.
An Oamaru man who tried to import methamphetamine from Asia has appeared in court.
Fonterra says new conditions for Studholme plant expansion are 'monitoring for the sake of monitoring'.
Beau's owner thought he'd lose his friend, with the dog clinging precariously to a cliff for days.
An electrical fault is believed to be behind a fire that gutted an Oamaru house on Tuesday.
A new website will provide a virtual hub for young people in South Canterbury.
The head of Aoraki Development has called on South Cantabrians to become ambassadors for the region.
Man punched twice in the head outside Timaru Countdown store.
A legal challenge has stopped the sale of historic Mt Cook station, amid a claim it was not sold legitimately.
Replenishing Timaru's mothballed water reservoirs remains an option for the future, its council says.
Discussions about the future of Timaru's airport will take "some time" to conclude, its chief executive says.
Man who failed to stop after car crash spoken to by police.
Recruiters says it is hard to tell how keen South Canterbury's school-leavers are to work and study locally.
A 25-year-old Geraldine blade shearer has won the same international title his father won two years ago.
An eight hectare block of residential land in Tekapo may end up on the open market.
Winning a 2016 Ford Fiesta Sport was a bit of a shock for a Timaru mother of two who needed convincing it was true.
A welcome polar blast has blanketed South Canterbury ski fields in snow, just weeks out from the start of the ski season.
There were pink wigs, clothing, and lipstick galore as more than 100 people joined the fight against breast cancer on Monday.
How many of your former primary school classmates would you want to be in touch with more than 60 years later?
The new lights at a Twizel subdivision are too bright and making a mockery of Mackenzie's reputation for astro-tourism, fed-up residents say.
Budding fencers were on point when they competed for medals at the Timaru Boys High School gym on Sunday.
"It's more recognition in the community that the journey for parents is not always what you'd expect," Zonta president Clare Bruce said.
A Timaru fisherman turned off a camera designed to monitor his catch, a Government report alleging fish dumping states.
Refuge case worker Gail Rowland is funded to take on 25 women during a financial year, but last year she supported 195.
A decision on Fonterra's proposed expansion of its Studholme factory is due by mid-June.