Deavoll's been in the orchestra, and on the stage. Now, for the first time, he's the musical director
Trust still chipping away at loan eight years after Phar Lap statue was erected outside race track.
Fire crews forced to cut holes in wool shed to extinguish "well involved" fire near Geraldine.
Oamaru pensioner sentenced after killing a man he drove into on a pavement.
Heartland Potato Chips and Makikihi Fries both doing well this season.
Residents are not giving up on woodburner opposition yet.
A Nelson mum and her two boys are moving to Timaru - just to get a Housing New Zealand home.
Timaru District Councillors agreed at a community and development committee meeting the money would be funded from the council's disaster recovery fund.
It's only been seven months since they took up the sport but it hasn't stopped South Canterbury's aerobics crew from picking up national titles.
James Lash will hold the key if Buller are to make the Meads Cup final forthe second year running.
Former Craighead rugby player Lucy Anderson was named the joint winner of Canterbury Rugby's women's 'player of the year'.
Hayden Jefferson and Kate Brown were the South Canterbury standouts at the South Island secondary schools mountainbiking championships.
South Canterbury's horror injury run in the Heartland Championship could be coming right at the perfect time.
OPINION: We have to start seeing sexual harassment, and we have to call it out.
The writings of Rudyard Kipling have come under the spotlight due to a gaffe by British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
A few stark questions have been darting around my subconscious of late
OPINION: It's Derek Burrows' birthday, a day for thankfulness and celebration.
The time for the substantive gun debate in the United States passed long ago.
Roncalli College students could be enjoying a new turfed sports area next year.
It was the blackest of many black days in New Zealand's war history.
It was a three-peat for Barker's of Geraldine at the New Zealand Food Awards.
A jam packed weekend full of events all over South Canterbury.