Geoff Cloake's desire to capture the "fleeting moment" has reaped rewards.
Looking out for the underdog
All creatures great and small get a second chance at life when Timaru teen Zena Guthrie comes to their rescue.
Everyone can use a friend in times of distress.
Since leaving Timaru Nick Morrison has found success as a trainer overseas, training celebrities such as Claudia Schiffer and Jemima Kahn.
After 15 years of restoration work, Don Martin's 1972 Volkswagen Beetle is almost ready for it's debut.
Old timers are being asked to share their memories of how the game has changed at this weekend's club day for the Mackenzie Rugby Club.
If you went out in the woods a weekend or two ago, you'd have had a big surprise.
South Canterbury people are being invited to take part in a photography competition designed to capture the human face of New Zealand today - all on the same day.
Robert Jacobs is a well-known effervescent face for those who go to the CBay recreation facilities.
It started with a couple of sisters and a few friends heading off on a tramp, but 25 years on, it is an established annual pilgrimage that brings a family of sisters together.
Two bronzes for Geraldine florist
Living in the bush has not stopped a Geraldine florist from garnering international recognition.
The construction industry is still woefully short of building apprentices but Aoraki Polytechnic is looking at ways the region can train more highly skilled workers, faster.
A Timaru early childhood centre wants to swap disposables for cloth nappies.
This week, we put our regular set of questions to South & Mid Canterbury YMCA general manager Keith Shaw, and it's not Miley Cyrus who is the celebrity that bugs him.
Millions of eyes will gaze upon the night sky this April and South Canterbury stargazers will be among them.
Ra Timms knows there will one day be a cure for the cruel disease that took her daughter's life and is chipping away at her 23-year-old son.
'Most people at the service have kids my age'
Peer pressure can make people do strange things and it led 16-year-old Rowan McCaughan-Galvin to become one of the youngest volunteer firefighters in New Zealand.
Close to 60 years after being established, the Oamaru Operatic and Musical Society is changing its name.
Georgetown woman Shona Paton admits she's had a few sleepless nights about one particular date she needs to complete her book on Georgetown Cemetery.
Take one look around the property of Dave Finnie and you'll quickly realise his love for everything-Volkswagon is a bit of an obsession.
This year marks 50 years since the first edition of the Ngapara-Coal Pit Hill Climb, with organisers expecting a solid number of drivers to turn out for the 2014 event.
Oamaru's Kendyll Taylor is dancing with joy after making the cut to show her skills at a prestigious dance tattoo in the United States.
OPINION: The term "choke" has a tendency to follow teams and certain individuals around like an unwanted black shadow.
Special show for special effects
"Hi Mum, are the intestines still on the line drying?"
American and English relations have never been as harmonious as they are in the garage of a Timaru man.
Cases of elderly Waitaki residents being taken advantage of financially are more prevalent today than they were several year's ago, according to Age Concern.
Geraldine painter John Badcock's exhibition of 14 large paintings will be hung in Christchurch's new Cardboard Cathedral this month.
REVIEW: Sometimes those of us who are deeply into words can get pretty pedantic about the way we shape a sentence, paragraph or tome.
The popular Temuka Family Fun Day will be on again this year after a hiatus last year.
Two Fairlie firefighters are gearing up for the Sky Tower challenge.