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.
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.
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.
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...
Timaru Boys' High School band These Dancing Wolves overcame high expectations and a tight songwriting deadline to win the Smokefreerockquest Timaru regional title.
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.
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.
A Kimbell couple who won a bright yellow, fully refurbished 1964 Volkswagen Beetle in a raffle are attributing their success to women's intuition.
A young Timaru marksman has been named New Zealand's most outstanding young deerstalker of the year.
Gottlieb Braun-Elwert would not make a great hunter.
The Timaru Festival of Roses Trust has won the Supreme Award at the TrustPower Timaru District Community Awards.
Timaru will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the Strathallan with a re-enactment of its landing, a free concert and a fireworks display at Caroline Bay.
Arowhenua is to benefit from a $65,000 upgrade of its water supply.
The life and times of Al ‘‘Scarface'' Capone are coming to Timaru in the form of a Timaru Boys' High/Girls' High co-production of the musical Big Al.
Funding has been secured for a $130,000 World War 1 memorial for Caroline Bay.
Poet and retired North Canterbury farmer Colin Patterson still finds it hard to believe it when he is on stage in front of hundreds of people, telling yarns that he dreamed up on a tractor 40 years ago.
AS Timaru experiences its worst winter for air pollution since 2001, Environment Canterbury (Ecan) has started its Clean Heat Project in the city.
A TIMARU Boys' High School pupil has returned from a cricket scholarship to one of England's oldest public schools with wonderful memories, new friends, and plenty of runs and wickets on the board.
A winter holiday at his grandparents' house near Naseby, Central Otago, has put Timaru's Tyler Day on the fast track in a new sport - luge.
There is life after death for old rugby players, Temuka's Lindsay Parke says.