The Timaru Festival of Roses Trust has won the Supreme Award at the TrustPower Timaru District Community Awards.
A young Timaru marksman has been named New Zealand's most outstanding young deerstalker of the year.
A Kimbell couple who won a bright yellow, fully refurbished 1964 Volkswagen Beetle in a raffle are attributing their success to women's intuition.
As the dust settles on the not guilty verdict for David Bain, a Timaru mathematician and computing expert is now free to talk about his near seven-year involvement with the case.
After 20 years of chasing winters around the world, Mount Dobson's new ski school director Adam Cuff has returned to where it all began.
Timaru Boys' High School band These Dancing Wolves overcame high expectations and a tight songwriting deadline to win the Smokefreerockquest Timaru regional title.
Rural Women New Zealand (RWNZ) is concerned that too many people exceed the speed limit when passing a stationary school bus, putting children at risk. The Official New Zealand Road Code...
The fruits of three months' labour by inquiring young Mackenzie minds will go on display when the Mackenzie Schools Science Fair opens in Fairlie on Tuesday.
Timaru rock band These Dancing Wolves have proved that cream always rises to the top by making the finals of Smokefreerockquest for the second year running.
South Canterbury's rural fire chief is poised to impose fire restrictions as the region faces the prospect of its driest summer in five years.
Gleniti School pupils Sophie Chambers and Emily Davies-Martin have won an Environment Canterbury (Ecan) junior award and are now in the running for the prestigious Wrybill Trophy.
imaru District Council will review the layout of a suburban Timaru intersection following the third reported crash there since it was redesigned last year.
Barker's of Geraldine employees will have every right to celebrate in style at a function to mark their company's 40th birthday tomorrow evening.
The family of one of two men missing after a boating tragedy on Lake Tekapo is praying they have survived.
ACC'S decision to scrap a falls-prevention programme for the elderly does not make economic sense, a Waimate physiotherapist says.
The South Canterbury Multiple Sclerosis Society is blaming the economic downturn for its decision to put its Timaru premises up for sale or lease.
Timaru Hospital's plan to introduce a part-charge for physiotherapy patients to offset a reduction in ACC funding has been put on hold at the request of the Ministry of Health.
Melbourne may only be a few hours by jet plane from New Zealand, but for former Timaru woman Eleanor Riley, it is a city that has been pulled nearer to Europe by its large immigrant population.