When Hamish Pinckney is not farming on his and wife Kathryn's sheep and beef farm near Edendale, he can sometimes be found refereeing Saturday morning netball games in Gore.
You may not expect to see a female behind the wheel of a truck and trailer unit heading down the road, but one Dunedin truckie says it's becoming more common.
Canterbury's View Hill Pony Club's red team lifted the Springston Trophy at the Oamaru Racecourse on October 7, going one better than its second placing last year.
The latest in the crusade against weeds and pests is the topic of a field day being held tomorrow in the Hakataramea Valley. It is the second field day organised by the newly-formed Hakataramea Sustainability Collective.
A vast "wine lake" of 100,000 litres of Gewürztraminer is currently waiting to be sold at a Poverty Bay vineyard, which has gone into receivership.
The first day of the South Canterbury Tux Yarding Challenge, run in conjunction with the Winchester Tux Handy Dog Challenge, was held at the new venue at Springbank Farm, Pleasant Point.
A Waihao Forks farm worker who went off to World War 2 and never returned will be remembered with a special sculpture outside the Waihao Forks Hotel, near Waimate.
Nationwide veterinary company Veterinary Enterprises (VetEnt) is still recovering from a ransomware attack last month which shut down its databases.
Amateur cheesemakers will pit their skills against one another in the third annual Amateur Cheesemakers Competition at the Oxford Farmers Market on Sunday.
Mid Canterbury Federation of Women's Institutes (WI) half-yearly competitions were hosted earlier this month by Wakanui WI, at the Wakanui Hall.
The Mackenzie Country is one of 19 areas around the country where the Government is spending millions of dollars to help landowners cut down invasive wilding conifer trees.
Donald Butler (78) has spent most of his life growing berry fruit - strawberries especially - but now he and wife Jacky (76) have decided it's time to step back.