Warning of possible fire risks as strong winds forecast.
A gas smell coming from a central Timaru building on Monday afternoon is believed to be caused by a leaking sewerage.
A former Waimate district councillor has been remembered as a man who never shied away from a robust debate.
Technology will be the only way New Zealanders will be able to view a total lunar eclipse on Monday.
The Black Seeds' Barrett Hocking is ready to play to his hometown of Timaru.
Mixed weather is forecast for the last week of the school holidays, the MetService says.
Twizel residents are being asked to conserve water.
Jared Millar is a triple threat- he can swim, run, and bike, and has won Timaru's triathlon event for the third consecutive year.
Dan Gallagher and fellow Gleniti residents are frustrated after waking to streets of damaged letterboxes.
A vegetation fire at Talbot Park early Sunday morning is being treated as suspicious.
Police are still on the lookout for a woman who allegedly stole televisions and petrol on Saturday.
Brothers Kahu and Makaia Day-Brown are national scootering champions.
A good crowd and 30 vintage cars came together to an annual vintage car club open day on Saturday.
Leading South Island riders have converged on Waimate for the first time in five years.
An annual Waimate fishing competition lures all sorts.
Mildred Low is still behind the wheel at almost 101 and says it will be a while before she gives up her independence.
Brewery revolution brings new methods and variety for beer connoisseurs in South Canterbury.
Six of South Canterbury's popular swimming spots are not safe to swim in, according to a weekly snapshot of water quality.
South Canterbury's housing market remained steady in December with sales volumes down slightly compared to a year ago, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand's latest property market report reveals.
Traffic has been described as "bumper to bumper" near Lake Tekapo.
It might not be a breeze to complete your activities this weekend.
A one-of-a-kind railcar is still attracting good crowds since it was restored 19-years-ago.
Back to school rush has replaced the festive season, but South Canterbury mothers have plenty of ways to combat costs.
Reports of a world-record brown trout catch in the Mackenzie hydro canals have been circling throughout the angling community.
Seventy-nine new police recruits will be hitting New Zealand's frontline but none have been allocated to Mid-South Canterbury.
South Canterbury not-for-profit organisations benefited from a total of $405,057.40 in grants from The Southern Trust in 2018.
A woman has been taken to hospital with moderate injuries after falling through a floorboard at a Timaru cafe.
Vintage car enthusiast Ron Cooper hopes to recruit more people to the club he's been part of for 50 years.
A 132-year-old steam engine will roar back into life thanks to some help from the Waimate community.
Timaru-based solar infrastructure firm Infratec has won the contract for an Auckland project involving the installation of 400 solar panels