Some of Blenheim's bruised and battered old lollipop parking meters are set for a swansong further south after being saved from the scrap heap.
Skydiving thrillseekers Claudia Cudmore and her uncle Michael Skevington are hoping to leap out of a perfectly good helicopter. But it’s for a good cause.
Road trips are a fact of life for Ashburton College students representing their school in sport, academic and cultural pursuits.
Prolific Canterbury canary breeder Ray Vincent is getting ready for the Ashburton Bird Club’s sale day on August 8.
Several Mid-Canterbury women’s institute members celebrate significant birthdays this month - including 103-year-old Doris Wakelin.
The world’s only airworthy Avro Anson MK 1 bomber and a Russian fighter Yak 3 plane will be landing in Ashburton next month - and you could take a once-in-a-lifetime spin in both.
Ashburton’s Covid-19 testing centre will be closed from Friday on the back of low numbers referred for testing.
Canterbury flying ace Ron McFarlane is keen to teach the next generation a thing or two about flying - as a hobby or the beginning of a flying career.
Residents of a Canterbury township are being asked to close their toilet seats and put a brick on top because the wastewater pipe cleaners are in town.
A 13-year journey will be realised on Saturday when Methven’s brand new skate park is officially unveiled.
Ashburton firefighters have been prepping a vintage Ford V8 fire truck for a very special job on Saturday.
A Cantabrian will be jumping on the back of an older model 49cc scooter to tackle the Southern Alps later this year.
WATCH: More than 20 well-drilled ploughmen took part in the Mid Canterbury Vintage Machinery Club ploughing match late last month.