More than $24,000 was raised for Vanuatu at the Van Aid fundraiser on Friday evening.
As their electricity bills became exorbitant a Timaru couple switched to solar power.
A car burst into flames after crashing on a gravel road in Glenavy this afternoon.
Timaru audiences are in for a treat with Timaru's first burlesque show.
A tobacco controlled purchase operation (CPO) in Timaru and Waimate recently resulted in no sales to underages.
Port chief executive says proposal "almost a necessary evil"
Don Johns was in no doubt what had brought him to Waimate's Victoria Park on Friday.
A clash of events in Timaru on Monday will mean fewer attending both.
Armed police arrested a 29-year-old Timaru man for breach of bail on Friday.
An Australian teenager on a class trip was injured when a rock thrown by a classmate rebounded off ice and hit him.
The biggest swells PrimePort staff can remember stopped the Patricia Schulte berthing on Thursday.
Park Night n' Day is back open for business as of Monday.
Low temperatures threaten smoke alarm battery effectiveness at this time of year.
The owner of a closed Timaru scrap metal yard says the scrap market is flat.
A rise in the level of the Opuha Dam means below-dam consent-holders are back in business.
Work on four-laning the route between Washdyke and Timaru's port could start before 2018, transport minister says.
Despite the sunny start to Friday morning, Timaru can expect rain, MetService says.
The drought's impact on winter feed crops is concerning South Canterbury farmers.
RSA needs to be wary of marketers hijacking Anzac Day for commercial gain, experts warn.
French multinational jam maker Andros has bought chutney maker Barker's but it will be "business as usual" at the Geraldine factory.
More than 40 South Canterbury properties with building claims arising from the Canterbury earthquakes are yet to be settled.
Timaru man fined for crashing into a vehicle while turning into a driveway on Church St.
A Timaru hunter clipping the wing of a morepork may have stumbled on the first sighting of that animal in the region for 30 or 40 years.
A 21 year-old Geraldine man has been sentenced to home detention for assault to "teach him a lesson".
Three cars were entered overnight on Wednesday in Timaru.
Chair "concerned" about hunt for new committee members, as six look to move on.
250 handmade poppies cover special Anzac cross.
Old pub a challenge for business newcomers
The Mackenzie District Council has adopted several proposed changes to its tourism rates structure.
Council thanks residents for their water-saving efforts.