A group in Rakaia is ensuring the history of their church and school is not lost by creating a public memory walk using red bricks.
A group of mates who are unofficially known as the AshVegas Country Club have been supporting local sports performers and clubs in the town.
Gilbert Donaldson is preparing for his future, using wood from the trees he planted more than 70 years ago to make his own coffin.
A special one-off show reliving the war era through stories and songs will be performed in Ashburton.
Eleven-year-old rising dance star Tamati Graham has earned a scholarship to the NZ School of Dance after competing in the South Island Ballet Awards at the Isaac Theatre Royal.
Four new canines have arrived in Ashburton - Jojo, Jack, Hui and Wiggles - and the assistance dogs in training are keen to explore their community.
A new Mid Canterbury company has taken over KiwiRail’s container site in Ashburton, the first step in a big plan to relocate it to Fairton.
Specialist police armed with semi-automatic rifles and pistols took over an old Canterbury meat works plant for a two-day training exercise last week.
A state-of-the-art thermal pool and spa complex being built in Methven is on track to open in August.
A long period of low flows and high summer temperatures have resulted in the widespread growth of cyanobacteria mats in the Ashburton River.
A Canterbury woman has put out a call for sneakers and other sport-specific shoes like football boots after seeing students on school camp with poor footwear.
Motorcycle owners have been brushing up on their riding skills and knowledge at a training day held in Ashburton.
An inflammatory lung disease won't stop Ashburton Car Club president Shayne Adams' from helping to organise the AutoSparks Street Sprints in May.
A Canterbury artist rekindled memories of her early driving days while painting a red mini on a Chorus communications cabinet.
A giant state-of-the-art fish screen near the Rangitata River will be finished soon as part of a $17.2 million project to protect salmon, trout and native fish.
Methven’s oldest surviving building has received a blue heritage plaque to mark its importance to the area's history.