Wheelchair-using former firefighter Barry Everett (74) says he is sick of having to deal with the smell from sewage leaks so strong he "can't breathe" inside his house.
Night lights have gone on the murals at Waimate’s landmark silos and another mural has been completed at the site.
The Timaru District Council is not moving to euthanise a registered dog which killed another dog in a recent attack, nor have the killer dog’s owners been prosecuted.
For the first time in Timaru Boys’ High School’s 138-year history, twins have won the school’s highest academic awards.
South Canterbury meat companies are so desperate for workers to start the new killing season they are recruiting overseas.
Drivers cannot afford to relax behind the wheel as South Canterbury experiences a horror year on the roads, Timaru District Council’s road safety co-ordinator says.
At the age of 12, Arthur Jackson spent his school holidays picking cherries for a penny a pound and catching steam trains between Central Otago and South Canterbury.
Flynn Smith (13) will swap the classroom for the rugby field when the Crusaders and Highlanders clash in Timaru this afternoon.
Punk pioneers Black Flag’s former frontman Henry Rollins is more than a singer. The political activist, satirist, actor and photographer brings his spoken-word tour to Dunedin on Friday.
A new deer farming course is on the drawing board, with the first intake likely to start in April next year.
It pays to do your homework - just ask the winners of last night's Otago Daily Times Extra! Central South Island Spelling Quiz.
High levels of the potentially toxic cyanobacteria algae have left parts of another South Canterbury river a no-go-zone. People and animals, particularly dogs, are advised to avoid affected areas until health warnings are lifted. One couple explains what happened to their dog, which they suspect ran into one of the affected rivers. ALEXIA JOHNSTON reports
A Timaru woman's artworks are striking a ''cord'' with mothers. Jo Jackson works with placentas, or afterbirths, either processing them into capsules for mothers to eat, or making artworks.
Te Awamutu woolhandler Keryn Herbert (34) beat the odds to win the New Zealand Woolhandler of the Year title at the Otago Shears.