Navigators Mark Leonard and John Kennard are back in the co-driver's seat and keen to embrace the roads at the Rally South Canterbury.
A woman recognised at the Ministry of Health's national volunteer awards has saved a South Canterbury charity about $40,000 over her 16 years helping out.
There were tears in the Timaru District Court as a mother described how Gareth Eyre stole her daughter's innocence.
Armed police raid Timaru business within metres of competition involving several hundred school pupils.
Teachers determined in their quest for better conditions.
Looming strike action by nurses and midwives will have a "drastic effect on the services" at the Timaru Hospital.
A Timaru CrossFit class took a romantic turn when a member raised heart rates, proposing to his girlfriend in a pre-workout briefing.
Australian rally star Rhianon Gelsomino is itching to tackle the course during Rally South Canterbury.
Offshore powerboat racers are set to make another attempt to bring the sport back to Timaru's Caroline Bay.
Timaru museum unlikely to see mishap like one in US which saw five-year-old's parents billed $132k for breaking sculpture.
Speed camera on SH1 catches 1729 speeding motorists in less than a month, hauling in more than $200k.
National Party leader Simon Bridges is confident the party will have coalition partners by the next election.
A sold out Theatre Royal echoed with clapping, stomping, screams and cheers of support.
It could be years before high nitrate levels drop in South Canterbury catchments.
Double-amputee mountaineer Mark Inglis to speak at school, upholstery workshops, and a dance to shake off the winter blues.
The kicks were as high as the hair, and the smiles as bright as the costumes at the Jump Jam Extravaganza heats held at Timaru's Theatre Royal on Wednesday.
Farmers must up their game if the cull of Mycoplasma Bovis-affected stock is to be effective, head of Biosecurity New Zealand Roger Smith says.
Racers from around the world will be descending on Timaru this weekend for the South Canterbury Rally.
Skifields anticipate a bumper season as they prepare to open in time for the school holidays.
Pressure from heavy vehicles has led to an increase in money set aside for road maintenance in Timaru District.
Timaru Boys' High School (TBHS) recovered from their winless sports exchange with Christchurch Boys' High School to edge St Andrew's College on Monday.
Grey, misty days, and few frosts, are being attributed to no high pollution nights in Timaru this year, as well as early daffodils flowering outside a church.
A 17-year-old South Canterbury student is one of only nine from NZ chosen for a week-long science conference in Australia.
It looks likely there will be only one South Canterbury representative in next year's Environment Canterbury elections.
A Timaru animal lover skydived 13,000 feet raising $1000 for charity and conquering her fear of heights.
Audit New Zealand has given the Timaru District Council the big tick over consultation process for Long Term Plan.
The discovery of a newspaper from 1985 has all the ingredients of a "freaky" coincidence.
It was all green screens and white backdrops as students transform their own head shots into an animated video.
Three generations of one family are preparing for a special Pleasant Point school reunion in October.
The Hermitage Hotel is in partial shutdown mode due to an asbestos scare in the complex.