A pair of Clydesdale's have stolen the show at this year's annual ploughing match in South Canterbury.
The event's organised by the Geraldine Vintage Car and Machinery Club, and while there were plenty of iron horses on show, two teams turned up with the real deal.
One of the first farms to test positive for Mycoplasma bovis has been visited by the Prime Minister.
Jacinda Ardern's given assurances the Government will help farmers affected by the disease and it appears the message is being well received.
Following an incident on Anzac Day, fire crews discovered that, while smoke alarms had been installed, their long-life batteries had not been activated.
Young actors got a chance to show off their Shakespearian skills at the Aoraki heats in Geraldine recently.
The South Today went along for a bit of highbrow education.
One of the prizes at the recent Mackenzie Young Farmers Bark Up competition was taken by nine-year-old Flynn Nurse and his pet dog Belle.
Timaru reverberated to the rumble of classic cars prowling the streets last weekend.
The cars were parading the town as part of the Caroline Bay Rock and Hop fundraiser.
The New Zealand Flying Champs are being held in Timaru this week.
With the South Canterbury Aero Club hosting some of the country's top pilots.