Scaffolding reaching to the heavens has been erected at Timaru’s Sacred Heart Basilica as the iconic building undergoes repairs.
The Eco Centre’s monthly Repair Cafe — situated next door to the Crow’s Nest reuse shop — is growing in popularity.
MyWay’s extended late-night service and transport closer to Caroline Bay have been well received so far.
Nine young New Zealanders have been selected for the Meat Industry Association (MIA) scholarship programme for 2024.
A case of whodunit is afoot in Timaru as the Playhouse Theatre is transformed into the scene of a murder mystery.
Mallets were at the ready in Geraldine on the weekend as the town hosted the South Canterbury Croquet Handicap Singles Championships.
Strathallan resident Peggy Watson turned 101 last week. Here she shares some memories of her long life.
While many people could identify the breast cancer pink ribbon, a Geraldine resident hopes to bring awareness to its lesser-known teal counterpart.
The Courier is catching up with pupil leaders in secondary schools throughout South Canterbury. In this instalment by reporter Connor Haley, we have the school leaders from Roncalli College. The...
Mid and South Canterbury foodbanks have received more than $150,000 in funding this year, and funding has been committed for next year as well.
A group of young Aoraki rugby league players were given a golden opportunity when they took part in the curtain-raiser game for the New Zealand Warriors in Christchurch last weekend.
The South Canterbury Iris Group met recently in Timaru at the South Canterbury Eco Centre at the end of Redruth St.
Trampers are riled up over the closure of a popular South Island mountain trail because the toilets are too full.
A new hangout spot for Timaru youth is in the works to provide a little bit of something for everyone.