Live entertainment has been finalised for the 110th Caroline Bay Carnival, and organisers hope it will draw the crowds following challenges in getting acts finalised.
Geraldine exhibition a 'brutal reminder' of death and the unhappy ever after.
A Timaru man who breached a protection order twice and escaped police custody has been jailed.
A security training exercise at the Timaru port needs actors to ensure realism.
Anonymous Christmas angels will once again give gifts to South Canterbury families, so they can have a better festive season
Signs will be installed in the Albury area warning of the penalties of illegal hunting.
Federated Farmers has asked that a wide-ranging plan change setting water use rules for South Canterbury remove all references to the protection of “indigenous fish”.
More than 30 projects totalling $2.159 million have not been completed and have been listed as carry forward items by the Waimate District Council.
Winchester Rural School will quietly turn 150 this week.
Long-time Timaru Top 10 Holiday Park owners Gordon and Alison Collister and their team of a dozen staff have been recognised for outstanding service and performance.
Peter McCullough has never ridden in a rodeo but has been involved in the equestrian sport since he was 13.
Lockdown has been cited as a key contributor to high leave liability at the Waimate District Council.
Two South Canterbury Rugby development officers are switching codes for the summer.
The Timaru District is the first in the country to use a new remote controlled traffic light system.
South Canterbury's top home beer brews have been tasted and awards handed out.
The joint rescue of a stranded sperm whale at Caroline Bay in June prompted an inaugural Timaru stop for Project Jonah’s annual touring Marine Mammal Medic course, with a public training session being held on Saturday.
Twizel Area School's new principal has previously taught in South Canterbury.
A Timaru-based trust is helping out those in the Philippines who face an uncertain time as the Southeast Asian country battles with Covid-19.
An empty section at the back of the Waimate fire station is being turned into a $20,000 all weather 24/7 helipad.
Thunder and lightning, and lower numbers, have not deterred golf, darts or croquet players in the South Island Masters Games.