The espionage and intrigue continues in Canterbury author Rachel Booth’s latest book - Spy School Drama!
The annual South Island Motorhome Show returns to Ashburton next month and is the place to be for anyone thinking of taking to the road in a campervan or caravan.
Judy Tuki, nee Sim, has been a familiar, smiling face at Sim’s Bakery in Ashburton for 60 years. But the 74-year-old will hang up her apron for good next week.
Former career jockey Jason Laking has hung up his saddle and thrown away the scales to mentor the next generation of top Canterbury riders.
Thousands of people turned out to enjoy the annual Ashburton A&P Show recently.
Kite makers, designers and flyers from around the world will descend on Canterbury this weekend to celebrate the 50th anniversary of internationally renowned business Peter Lynn Kites.
Vintage machinery and tractors of all shapes and sizes will be on show at the Ashburton A&P Show this weekend.
Hundreds of Chrysler car enthusiasts will converge on Ashburton this weekend for a nationwide MoPars in the South gathering.
Canterbury teenager Molly Harrison has dreams of performing at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in 2025 - and maybe even Nashville one day.
Pupils in Mid Canterbury have a new $140,000 playground, thanks to the hard work and support of their school and the community.
Three Canterbury shearers have their sights set on world records.
The Methven A&P Show on March 18 was a chance for the community to reconnect in a fun-filled family environment.
The Phat Bastards have so far raised more than $72,000 for charities like Methven Search and Rescue through their mammoth 48-hour charity ride.
The "Phat Bastards" are getting ready for a 48-hour charity ride this weekend to raise money for several good causes in Canterbury.
Farmlands has taken over a section of the former Bunnings building in West St and made itself at home with a larger custom-fit Ashburton premises.
Ashburton Domain will soon have two new 50m flying foxes to replace the old one that was taken down in 2020.
Canterbury octogenarian Marie Vincent is missing a very special painting - and she needs your help to get it back.
Almost eight years after moving across the ditch, former Canterbury musician Liam Kennedy-Clark is still living his dream.
Seven top marksmen from Ashburton Cadet Unit have earned their marksman badges and four cadets have been promoted.
After a career feeding PMs, celebrities, national icons and colourful characters, Canterbury caterer Dan Lysaght is hanging up his apron.