An Australian fisherman was found dead on the shore of Lake Benmore on Monday.
Waitaki Mayor Gary Kircher has come off the long run and delivered a bruising bumper to Australian cricketer David Warner.
Emergency services converged on a crash south of the Waitaki River bridge on State Highway 1 yesterday.
The sentencing of convicted triple-murderer Lauren Dickason who killed her three young daughters in Timaru in 2020 may finally be held in March.
Melissa Cormack is now a solo mother raising three young children after her partner, Bryan Unkovich, was killed in a double fatal crash south of Oamaru.
A Canterbury golf tournament open exclusively to owners and occupants of motorhomes and campervans has grown in popularity by 400% in just three years.
A museum exhibition has evoked memories of an intriguing expedition undertaken by three Canterbury men in 1958.
Timaru’s airport is closed until further notice after a flight to Wellington "rejected take-off" this morning due to pilot concerns about bird activity.
Unspecified "challenges" at a small country school near Oamaru are being worked on following the resignation of three teachers.
Both drivers who died in a crash near Oamaru worked for the same company in what the chief executive has called a ‘‘terrible coincidence.’’
The NZ mountain guide who previously worked on Aoraki Mt Cook before he died after a ski-helicopter crash in Canada last week has been described as "friendly and amazingly talented".
One of the world’s smallest and rarest planes has been flying under the radar in Canterbury as it is put through its paces.
Two people have been killed in a two-vehicle crash involving a truck on State Highway 1 near Oamaru this morning.
John Threlkeld is preparing to close the doors of his second-hand bookstore in Timaru for the last time.
A renowned choral character who has inspired young musicians across Canterbury to tackle "their fears and get on stage" says it was "rather nice" to receive a prestigious QSM.
Flat on his back and looking to the heavens, Richard ‘‘Dick’’ Tayler never could have imagined the impact his victory in Christchurch would have on NZ sport 50 years on.